90 YEARS OF
The processing of large quantities of soil with the aim of creating holes or for leveling the ground.
Pipework providing water, electricity and natural gas as public utilities.
A trenchless construction method used to install pipelines of various sizes and materials below the ground surface.
The process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water and a vacuum to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank.
The asphalt mix is loaded into the paver machine which then spreads out and lays the asphalt followed by leveling and compaction by the screed.
A technique used by our excavation professionals to adjust the slope of an area prior to building construction allowing for a stronger, more even foundation.
Newman Construction has been in business for over 90 years. It all began in 1932 with William Paul Newman and his one-ton truck. He hauled coal and soil from Price Utah that they loaded manually. Throughout the 1950s Newman Construction installed the first sewer systems in small towns throughout the Salt Lake Valley and Wyoming. Newman Construction has been the first to use many different machines in Utah, truly leading the way in this business. In the 60s Jeff Newman took over for his father in running the company, followed by his son Mark Newman who runs the company today in a continuous growth climb.