It’s our belief that quality speaks for itself. We commit to provide top-grade materials, expert service, and unmatched customer satisfaction every time – so your projects shine. Since 1938, we’ve been adding our stamp of quality on projects across the Intermountain West.

From sand and gravel, asphalt, masonry, and ready-mix concrete supply to earthwork, utility, demolition, and paving services, we are your quality project partner. Sunroc proudly supports the needs of state and city agencies, professional contractors, and serious do-it-yourselfers in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and Wyoming.

We owe our success to the high-caliber customers and communities we’ve been privileged to work with. At Sunroc, our mission is building a better community, and we will continue to exceed our clients’ expectations through quality products, outstanding service, and contributions to the communities in which we serve.

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Mark Elder is president of Sunroc Corporation, where he oversees the operation and management of the company. Mark started his career at Geneva Rock Products in 2004 and transferred to Sunroc in 2006. In 2019, he was made Vice President of the Idaho Region of Sunroc, where he was instrumental in expanding the company from its small beginnings in Boise to having operations in construction and material services from Boise to Idaho Falls. Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Brigham Young University, and a master’s degree in business administration from Boise State. Mark currently participates as a board member in the Idaho AGC. He enjoys camping and spending time outdoors with his wife and family.


Mark is Sunroc Corporation’s vice president of construction. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing construction services in Utah. Mark’s extensive construction background began with valuable field experience in survey, equipment maintenance, and operations, later progressing to being an equipment operator before moving into estimating and construction management. Mark has a love and passion for the construction industry and has always been drawn to and fascinated with earth moving machinery. Mark maintains his professional civil engineer license, as well as E-100 and B-100 qualifiers for Utah and class-A general engineering contractor’s license in Nevada. He received a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University. When off the job, Mark enjoys snowmobiling, four wheeling, and building projects at home. He currently resides in Salem, Utah with his wife and children.


As vice president of construction materials, Russell is responsible for the ready-mix concrete, sand and gravel, and asphalt operations for Sunroc. Russell received his civil engineering degree from Brigham Young University and has three decades of construction experience – including time spent early on in paving and truck driving positions. Russell maintains an E-100, general engineering contractors licenses in Utah, and class-A general engineering contractors licenses in Arizona, Nevada, and Idaho. Russell has enjoyed serving his community in multiple roles, including time spent on the Washington City Planning Commission and as an adult leader in the Boy Scouts of America program. An avid outdoorsman, Russell can be found hiking or hunting in his spare time. He and his wife have four children and five grandchildren.


Jason is Sunroc Corporation’s Area Manager of Masonry. In this role he is responsible for overseeing manufacturing, distribution, and sales of all masonry products. His background in the masonry industry began over 25 years ago working in sales for Interpace Brick where he developed a passion for masonry and quickly worked his way into management. Jason was then recruited by Interstate Brick where his love for masonry expanded as he developed a greater technical understanding of masonry applications. He gives back to the industry by serving as president of the board of directors for the Utah Masonry Council. Jason earned a bachelor’s degree in sales and service technology from Weber State University. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three children in the outdoors on the lake or in the mountains.


People are our first priority. Protecting the health and safety of employees and those involved in our projects has always been – and will always be – the most important part of our work. We work smart so we can all go home safe. Our commitment to safety revolves around four directives:

  • Establish Safe Working Environments for All
  • Remember Safety is a Responsibility We Share
  • Encourage Employees to Communicate Concerns
  • Recognize and Reward Safe Work


We take our responsibility for protecting the environment seriously. Our commitment to build a better community includes: being resource efficient, minimizing impact on the natural environment, and eliminating unnecessary energy waste from our equipment and operations.

We believe reduce, reuse, and recycle is the best policy. Sunroc diverts millions of tons of construction waste from landfills each year. Asphalt and concrete materials are crushed and filtered to create new aggregate for recycled products, and hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil have been recycled.

Sunroc maintains strict idling and driving standards for all company vehicles and operational machinery, helping us eliminate unnecessary pollutants from our communities.

Recycled concrete and asphalt products are available to all our customers. We make it that much easier for our clients to build sustainably.

Sunroc maintains sustainability standards for offices and jobsites, including a Construction Waste Management plan and a Construction Activity Pollution Prevention plan.

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