Commitment to Excellence.
More Than 40 Years of Experience
Intermountain provides a wide array of services to help extend the life of asphalt, from driveways to highways, runways to parking lots, and everything in between.
In 1980, Gibbons Companies, a family-owned business in Salt Lake City, Utah, founded Intermountain Slurry Seal. The newly-formed Intermountain company only performed asphalt slurry seal in the Salt Lake area, but just four years later, ventured into chip seal and microsurfacing.
Gibbons Companies was eventually acquired by Granite Construction in 1995, and a few years later, Intermountain opened a second office in Reno, NV. Over the next several years, this little company became a diverse pavement preservation firm. Today, Intermountain offers multiple treatments in 21 states, from Texas to Canada and west to the Pacific Ocean.
Our philosophy for providing employee and customer satisfaction has led to a strong reputation of exceeding expectations.
We’re proud of our reputation, and we look forward to putting our experience and expertise to work for you.
The Intermountain Difference
Employees and customers. These are our top priorities.
We believe in understanding our customers’ needs, partnering with them throughout each project, and following up to ensure long-term customer satisfaction. By combining our deep experience with superior treatments and unparalleled service, we’ve built a strong reputation for excellence in the industry. And since we stand behind the quality of our work, we back each job with a unique warranty.
Similarly, we focus on our employees, recognizing that our success has been achieved through the loyalty, hard work and expertise of our people. We work hard to protect our employees through vigilant job-site safety.
We also embrace the core values of our parent company, Granite Construction, Inc., one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® since 2010. These values are the foundation of our culture and character, and they guide how we do business, every day.
Who We Serve
• 21 state transportation departments
• Hundreds of municipalities
• Businesses, Home Owner Associations, and even home owners
• Federal highways (Multiple Award Task Order Contracts)