Jeremy received his Masters in Civil Engineering from the University of Portsmouth, England in 1988. Working for the largest general contractor in the U.K. for 5 years, Jeremy was involved with some of London's largest projects before entering the stone business in 1993. As Project engineer, he completed several stone projects in England before going overseas as Project Manager on the prestigious 17-story State Bank of Mauritius Building. While vacationing in Thailand, he met the girl of his dreams-she was from Moab, Utah. Love brought Jeremy to Utah in 1995, and in 1999, he joined KEPCO+ as Project Coordinator with a concentration on the hand set stone portion of the Grand America Hotel. Since then, Jeremy has acted as KEPCO+'s Project Manager on two LDS Temples, the Utah State Capitol Expansion Buildings, Utah State Capitol Terra Cotta Renovation and new granite podium, Sun Valley Pavilion, Bennett Federal Building, Boyer Building, City Creek Water Features, Bedrosians, and the Cornerstone Building.
It's not surprising that Jeremy works in an industry notorious for creating elegant facades and enhancing great design through the use of natural stone-how could one grow up in London and spend numerous summers in Spain without developing an appreciation for architecture! However, Jeremy's interest was always peaked by the actual construction techniques required to form a building. This was evident at an early age when he created an entire LEGO village, complete with town hall and railway, in his bedroom and confirmed years later when he chose a career in Engineering.
When not not climbing mountains in Africa or scuba diving in the Caribbean, Jeremy and his wife can be found hiking the hills of Salt Lake City or entertaining their two adorable daughters.