Granite’s Larkin takes on new responsibilities

By |  February 12, 2020

Please Fill Out The Following Fields.Granite Construction appointed Kyle Larkin as executive vice president and COO.

Larkin is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company and will continue to be a member of the executive committee.

“Kyle is an outstanding leader with a proven track record who embodies the best at Granite,” says James Roberts, Granite president and CEO. “He is strategically focused, has a deep understanding of our business and, equally important, Kyle is a team builder who develops and empowers his teams and fosters a collaborative work environment. I am confident Kyle will provide the leadership, vision and management to optimize operations at Granite.”

Larkin joined Granite in 1996 as an estimator in the company’s operations in Reno, Nevada. He held successive positions of increasing responsibility, including project engineer, project manager, chief estimator and manager of construction.

From 2011 to 2013, Larkin served as president of Intermountain Slurry Seal, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite. He was promoted in 2014 to vice president and Nevada regional manager, and Larkin was named senior vice president and California group manager in 2017.

Most recently, Larkin was named the senior vice president and manager of Granite’s construction materials operations, which are comprised of the California Group, the Northwest Group, the Infrastructure Services Group and all vertically-integrated materials facilities.

Larkin has a bachelor’s in construction management from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Granite is one of the nation’s largest diversified construction and construction materials companies, as well as a provider in the transportation, water infrastructure and mineral exploration markets.

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