History

Intermountain Construction, Inc. was founded in 1975 by Myrlin (Myrt) Ogden. From the humble beginnings of highway rest areas, HUD housing, and similar small public works projects, Intermountain grew to larger public works projects (schools, churches, hospitals, and jails), commercial projects (shopping malls, office buildings, motels, and apartment buildings), and Federal Government projects (missile buildings, National Park Service buildings, Federal Court buildings, aircraft hangars, and border stations).

In 1999, Myrt’s son, Jeff, moved into management and ownership of Intermountain Construction. While continuing to build large projects for the Federal Government, including a joint U.S. Government/Canadian Government border station and a landmark Visitor Center for Grand Teton National Park, Jeff moved the company to a new level, building high level projects in the private sector. These included stunning ski lodges and resort buildings, high end office buildings, high end residential complexes, and custom high end homes in the Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson, Wyoming areas. After Jeff’s passing in 2010, his son Tyler stepped in to lead the company.

Intermountain Construction continues to build unique projects of a size up to $80 million per project. Please review our services and projects and let our record speak for itself.