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Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Names New President

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Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Co. LLC, Draper, Utah, recently named Con L. Wadsworth as president of the firm, effective July 24. Kip Wadsworth, who has been serving as president of RLW since 2002, ceded the presidency to Con Wadsworth. Kip will continue to serve as chief executive officer of RLW.


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Con L. Wadsworth has been with RLW for 35 years. During his tenure, he has served as laborer, foreman, superintendent, project manager, operations manager, vice president of operations and general manager. Wadsworth’s expertise in every facet of heavy highway construction has helped enhance RLW’s expertise in the areas of design-build, CM/GC and accelerated bridge construction.

RLW has been the principal-on-site or managing joint venture partner on some of the largest bridge and highway construction projects in Utah, including the $1-billion I-15 CORE project currently under construction.


“Over the years, Con has gained the confidence of our customers, business partners and team members, and RLW won’t miss a step with him at the helm,” said Kip Wadsworth. “I fully expect Con to lead RLW to newer and higher levels of success in the coming years.”

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