Aug 24, 2022

Partner Profile: Hadco Construction, an Interview with Kendall Page

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FOCUS Engineering & Surveying has many important partners, but Hadco Construction has a special spot on the list. Since 1989, Hadco has been one of Utah’s most experienced, respected, well-equipped heavy civil excavation and site development contractors. Although Hadco was initially rooted in agriculture and irrigation, they have been successfully serving the construction industry for over three decades. 

Today, Hadco is a one-stop shop for successful site development projects throughout Utah. With over 500 employees across five divisions, Hadco specializes in residential, subdivision and commercial development, concrete, trucking, as well as a sand and gravel venture along the Wasatch Front, TM Crushing. Hadco processes over a million tons of aggregate material every year—that makes them pretty tough. Yet, they treat their employees like family.

Hadco’s success is due in part to their unique access to so many different segments of the industry. Longevity is no small thing either. Kendall Page has been a Senior Estimator at Hadco for the last 27 years. Page admits, “We’ve found innovation is easier to come by in a flexible environment. Controlling our own trucking, concrete, and gravel gives our clients peace of mind and empowers our project team to be successful and self-sufficient.” 

FOCUS has maintained a close relationship with Hadco since the beginning. Our mutual partnerships include Ivory Homes, The Boyer Co., Gardner Group, Richmond Homes, Perry Homes, DR Horton, and Toll Brothers Construction. Page believes part of their success together stems from shared ideals and values. “We value long-term customer relationships,” Page continues. “We’re both dedicated to our customers and dedicated to our people.” 

FOCUS and Hadco have collaborated on hundreds of projects throughout the years, allowing us to be able to provide Utah with a level of service difficult to find in the industry. Page adds, “Many professional relationships are give-and-take, but Hadco admits their relationship with FOCUS is definitely more give-and-give.” FOCUS works hard to create mutually-beneficial relationships that keep our partners thriving for decades to come.