Since 1956 when the company was originally organized as Rollins, Brown, and Gunnell, we have performed a wide range of geotechnical and civil engineering projects throughout the Intermountain West and other locations for clients nationally and internationally, involving all phases of planning, design, and/or construction management.

We are dedicated in providing quality performance by setting for ourselves the highest standards in the industry and completing projects within established budgets, striving to exceed the clients’ expectations. Our broad and diverse experience enables us to be client-focused. The principals at RB&G are personally involved with all aspects of the work, allowing them to form close and strong associations with clients that continue long term.

RB&G frequently performs construction engineering services on our design projects, as well as projects designed by others. Observing the design driven successes and challenges experienced during construction allows us to improve our subsequent designs, making them more constructible and economical.

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Notable Projects

Tibble Fork Dam Rehabilitation
Most Outstanding Water/Wastewater Project, Utah Construction & Design 2017
Utility/Infrastructure Project of the Year, AGC of Utah 2017
Lead Design Firm: RB&G Engineering
Structural & Civil Engineers: RB&G Engineering

South Salt Lake City Street Projects
Excellence in Paving 2017

Salt Lake City International Airport
Multiple awards for excellence

Provo City Center Temple
Outstanding Large Renovation/Restoration Project; Project of the Year 2015
RB&G Engineering was the geotechnical consultant for the project.

Provo City Municipal Airport – Apron and Taxilanes
ACI Excellence in Concrete

Manderfield Reservoir
The Manderfield Reservoir project was selected by the Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO) for presentation at the national conference held in San Diego in 2014.

Other projects receiving recognition in which RB&G participated:
Mountain View Corridor
I-15 Tech Corridor
BYU Life Sciences Building
Legacy Parkway
Pioneer Crossing
US-191 Colorado River Bridge