Big-D Construction has made several organizational changes among its key leaders to better facilitate the continued growth and service capabilities of the firm.
Jack Livingood, formerly Big-D’s CEO, will now serve as the Chairman of the Board, focusing on corporate strategy. Livingood has 39 years of experience with Big-D.
Rob Moore has been promoted to CEO from his former role as President & C.O.O, with responsibility for enterprise-wide leadership. Moore has 46 years of experience, including 41 with Big-D.
Forrest McNabb has been promoted to President of the Mountain West Group from his former role as Executive Vice President. He will also continue his leadership role in Big-D’s National Food and Beverage Group. McNabb has 35 years of experience, including 28 with Big-D.
These three key leaders possess more than 100 years of combined experience. Not only will their leadership enable Big-D to grow and expand, but their guidance will help Big-D remain rooted in the strong values that have been part of the company for 50 years.
Founded in 1967 in Ogden, Utah, Big-D has grown to comprise eight regional offices, generating more than $1 Billion in revenue and establishing itself as an industry leader on a national scale. The company was recently named one of Engineering News Record’s Top 100 Contractors in the nation, and has been an Engineering News Record Top 400 Contractor for 27 consecutive years.
Big-D is certified as a Great Place to Work®, and has been recognized as one of Utah Business’ Best Companies to Work For, as well as one of the publication’s Top 100 Private Companies since 2008. Big-D has also been selected as a Best of State (Commercial Construction) winner three times.
“We are excited for the growth and opportunities these strategic moves will provide as we expand our footprint throughout the nation and increase our brand awareness,” declared Rob Moore, Big-D CEO.