Herm Hughes purchases the assets of Hughes Brothers Construction and begins with only a $18 concrete chute, a pickup truck and a Victor adding machine.
Herm Hughes & Sons is incorporated and adopts the “Howdy” logo.
Glenn E. Hughes takes over the leadership of Herm Hughes & Sons at the premature death of Herm.
Construction of first school, an addition to Central Davis Jr. High School.
Glenn’s sons, Scott and Todd, join the firm full time.
Hughes chosen to construct the $25 million F16 Aircraft Repair Facility at Hill Air Force Base.
Hughes takes on a joint venture with Hunt Construction of Utah to build the New Salt Palace.
After decades specializing in educational construction, Trailside Elementary School in Park City becomes Hughes’ 100th significant educational facility.
Hughes returns to construct an award-winning addition to Central Davis Junior High School.
Todd and Scott become President and Vice President.
Hughes has six high school projects simultaneously under construction: Park City High School, Valley High School, Salem High School, Stansbury High School, Odgen High School and Ben Lomond High School.
Hughes restores and renovates the historic Ogden High School in three phases, including Art Deco restoration in the auditorium.
Hughes awarded the prestigious AGC Build America Award for their work on the Ogden High School Restoration project.
Glenn retires after 50 years as President.
The patented MagicSlab is poured for the first time at Hillcrest Junior High School.
Telos U becomes the first five-story concrete tilt-up facility in the state of Utah.
Hughes General Contractors celebrates 60 years in business.
Hughes General Contractors completes Logan High School, their 5??th educational facility.