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Guy’s early career started working, as a teenager, working summers on a concrete crew and also for the Corp of Engineers while attending college.
After graduating from Arizona State’s Construction Engineering program in 1969, Guy started at M.M. Sundt Construction where he worked as a member on a survey crew. He advanced to Project Engineer on multiple highway projects. Later, through his experience at Bechtel, Dravo, and other firms, Guy rose through the ranks to Vice President of a Heavy Industrial Construction Division at Gibbons & Reed.
In 1986, with a small amount of cash and a pickup truck, Guy started an industrial construction company: Wollam Construction. As a result of his leadership, vision, and integrity, Wollam Construction is known throughout the Intermountain West as a company that delivers world-class quality projects safely, on schedule, and within budget.
Guy is an active board member on the University of Utah’s Construction Management Program, a member of the American Institute of Mining Engineers (AIME) and has previously served on the board for the Associated General Contractors of Utah (AGC).
Guy is an avid fly fisherman and enjoys floating the Green River and Snake River. He and his wife Lana are active in the community supporting multiple charitable organizations including the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Tee it Up for Cancer, National Disability Center, Utah Tennis Association, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah.
Matt started working for Wollam Construction when he was 17 years old as a laborer. He went on to graduate from the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University with a Construction Engineering Degree (Heavy Emphasis). Before coming back to Wollam Construction in 2004, Matt worked for a large paving company in Arizona and a large heavy civil company in California.
Prior to taking the position as president, Matt had been working towards leading the next generation of Wollam Construction for 15 years. When he started working with his father/mentor Guy Wollam, the company had 12 employees and worked on a handful of projects each year. The company has grown to 200 employees and can build over 60 projects annually.
Matt’s main focuses are creating/maintaining repeat clients and building the best construction teams in the business.
Matt recently served as a board member for the Associated General Contractors of Utah (AGC) and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah (BBBSU). He has also worked as mentor for 1st generation college bound students thru Mentor2.0 (a Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah program) and volunteered as a Big Brother for 6 years.
Matt enjoys getting outside and finding adventures with his wife Tori and children Ava & Wyatt.
Troy was raised on a working cattle ranch in rural Utah where he learned the importance of both a sense of responsibility and a strong work ethic at a young age. He carried these values on to an 8-year career working for a construction company specializing in drilling and blasting. While there, he worked his way up from a laborer to a foreman while also completing his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Utah State University. He had the unique opportunity to complete an engineering internship for a corporate construction company where he worked his way up to a senior project manager level in the eight years he worked there while bidding and managing over a hundred and fifty million dollars’ worth of work.
Troy made the career move to become the operations manager at Wollam Construction in 2015 and has been passionate about the growth of the company by recruiting and developing talent at all levels. He has always had the personal philosophy that companies are a strict representative of the people that they employ, and this guides his personal leadership style. Since being brought on by Wollam, he has diversified the portfolio of work the company is able to perform while managing and growing a talented and diverse workforce.
Troy is focused and committed to creating growth opportunities for both the company and the people who work there through strong leadership, strategic goal setting, and outstanding performance on all projects and at all levels.
When he isn’t working, Troy enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He is an avid sports fan and outdoor enthusiast and bases his free time around these interests alongside his family.
Sara grew up working at her family’s local golf course in Taylorsville, where at a young age she learned that hard work and dedication builds a thriving love for a local business. Growing up on a golf course was not as glamorous as you would think, her first working memories are carrying a heavy water hose around the 70 acres and fixing ball marks on the greens. Through this hard work and the with amazing example of her Dad with his early morning and late nights set a goal in Sara’s head to do her best, and love what she does. Her first office job was for a local civil engineering firm where she started as the receptionist, in her 11 years she worked her way to becoming the lead accountant, as well as earning her Accounting Degree.
Sara joined Wollam Construction eager to support the growing company and is very passionate about local businesses and supporting the community. She loves to learn, teach and continually grow in all areas of the office from developing software, to office policies and procedures. Her bright attitude and friendly demeanor bring a new balance to the Wollam culture that is often not seen in a construction company.
When she is not working, Sara is off enjoying her family time: fishing with her parents, exploring the mountains and rivers with her husband, or having science experiment Sunday with her 7 nephews and niece. If she is not out in nature, she is home reading a book snuggled up on the couch with her 3 mini schnauzers.
Alex is our corporate health and safety director. Additional responsibilities include company photographer and drone pilot. Alex is a Utah native and grew up exploring the foothills of the Oquirrh Mountains behind his childhood home before ranging further to the dirt roads, switchbacks, rivers, and streams of the Wasatch and Uintah Ranges. Eight years in the Marine Corps provided Alex with foundational personal and professional opportunities on which he has continued to build a life dedicated to the service of family and community.
Alex joined our team after working in the residential sector as a hardwood flooring contractor. It was originally meant to be a temporary change of scenery. However, once he was exposed to the energy, creativity, and scope of heavy industrial construction, he marveled at what could be accomplished by an experienced team working towards a common goal.
Throughout his years working in various trade crafts, Alex could always be heard saying “if we don’t have time to do it safely, we don’t have time to do it at all”. Eventually, he was assigned to site safety support role on a large project. It was a fortuitous move that allowed him to integrate his craft experience with organizational and leadership skills. A few years, and dozens of projects later, Alex was promoted to his current role. His genuine passion for the health and safety of his team drives his commitment to developing his professional safety knowledge and skills and ensuring Wollam Construction’s safety culture travels with its workforce to every project, informing individual and team decisions from morning line-out to roll-up at the end of shift.
When Alex isn’t involved in work related activities, he enjoys spending his time outdoors and sharing adventures with his wife Holly and their two children, Sam & Ava.
Stormy grew up in Helena, Montana and spent his high school summers working on local ranches. After high school, he attended Montana State-Northern on a football scholarship and graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering Technology in 2003.
He started his construction career in Southern California as a project engineer for Granite Construction Company. His 13 years at Granite were well-rounded as he held positions as project engineer, aggregate plant superintendent, estimator and senior project manager. His project management experience includes Design/Build, Federal DoD, Airport, Heavy/highway and MSHA construction projects.
Stormy joined the Wollam team in 2016 and has spent the last two years managing the $40 million Collom Mine Expansion project in Western Colorado.
Stormy believes in team building and knows that no organization or project is successful unless all stakeholders are working together towards a common goal. He strives to ensure all parties are engaged in the process and team members understand their roles.
Stormy spends his free time in the outdoors with his wife Lichelle and son Emmett, pursuing his interest in horse packing, team roping, hunting and backpacking.
Jeff was born and raised in Utah Valley and started working at a young age for his dad who owned a small excavation company installing various residential and municipal utilities. After high school Jeff went to work in the heavy highway industry, where he operated various pieces of equipment including road graders, all aspects of asphalt paving operations, and installation of various utilities. Nine years later he decided to go back to school where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Utah.
He started his Civil Engineering career with a local engineering firm where he worked as a third-party contract administrator for various municipalities, Utah Department of Transportation and North Dakota Department of Transportation. After nearly a year in North Dakota, Jeff decided to come back to Utah and went to work for a national leader in the heavy highway construction industry. He was a Project Manager for 7 years working in Kennecott Utah Copper, US Magnesium, Chevron and Holly Refineries, multiple projects for the Utah Department of Transportation and various other municipalities.
Jeff’s early construction experience has helped him excel in all aspects of project management due to his ability to apply real world expertise.
Jeff joined Wollam Construction in January 2020 as a Senior Project Manager and is eager to develop the next generation of project managers by mentoring, training, and leading using his many years of construction experience. He has taken an active role in bidding and pursing projects in the transportation industry to help diversify Wollam Construction.
Jeff enjoys boating and water sports with his wife, Colette, 4 children and 2 grandchildren. He enjoys attending University of Utah Football games and gymnastic meets. He is an avid fisherman and hunter.