How We Began
Kent Nickell Construction came to be
through lots of work and perseverance.
I began my construction career at the age of 20. I worked alongside two talented general contractors for several years. I finally felt like I knew enough to build my own home. I took a deep breath and began that process. That gave me the courage to get my general contractor's license.
In 1986, I became a general contractor and became Kent Nickell Construction. Through the years, I have seen the busy, booming times in the construction industry. I have also been through the lean years of the industry.
There are so many new technologies today that were not around when I started. I feel that the industry has made changes for the better. There are top-quality products available now that were not around when I started. I think there are many new and exciting developments ahead for new home buyers in the area of residential construction.
I believe in good communication between myself, the builder, and you, the home buyer. We know that a house is so much more than just walls and a roof. This is the place where we escape the world and live our lives our way.
Through the 40 plus years I have been building homes, I have been able to help people achieve the dream of owning a home.
Building can be stressful for home buyers. They have a lot of questions through the construction process. I can answer those questions and help smooth over the stressful parts of construction.
Meet Our Expert
I was born in Vernal, Utah. I have been married for 42 years to my wife, Sandy. We have three children. I enjoy riding my horse on the mountain trails in Utah. I have participated in several triathlons throughout Utah where I have done the swimming relay portion of the race. I have been in the construction business since 1975 and have seen many changes in the industry. I received my General Contractor’s license in 1986. I build a high-quality home and have many satisfied customers. I take great pride in the career I have chosen. Some of my work highlights are as follows:
I have framed six LDS church buildings and over 300 apartment units
I have built twelve four-plexes at 7200 South 200 East
Developed several subdivisions including East Jordan Meadows and Parkstone Estates
Developed and built Scott Brook Condominiums located at 3450 South and 780 East
Developed a 44-lot subdivision in Draper at 1200 East and 12300 South
Completed townhome projects at 7003 South 700 East, 4500 South 1950 East, 700 East 3980 South
Developed a subdivision in Farmington, Utah where we completed five homes.
I have built many single-family homes along the Wasatch front.