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Layton Values

In today’s dynamic business landscape, where schedules and profitability drive nearly everything, talk of company values may take a back seat, especially in times of stress. “Layton Construction’s values aren’t just a compass, they’re our anchor, and maintaining them is a strategic imperative,” says our president and CEO, David S. Layton. What are the Layton values and how do they guide and shape our culture, decision-making processes, and overall identity? We’re glad you asked.

Building on the Islands: Layton in Hawaii

Commuters and tourists cruising along H1—Oahu’s major highway—pass by Layton’s Honolulu headquarters. Sandwiched between Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and Waikiki Beach, our Oahu office is home base for more than half our teams who are busy working on jobsites across the islands.

The other half are based on Kauai, where Layton first opened an office in 2005. “We’d gotten wind of a project in Poipu that a client needed help getting off the ground” said Will Summerhays, Layton Executive Vice President in Hawaii. “Next thing I knew, I was moving my family to Kauai—that small island in the Pacific—without knowing anyone.”

St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center

Healthcare has long been Layton’s bread and butter. With a team of experts who’ve dedicated their careers to meeting patient and staff needs, we continue to set the standard for how these facilities should be built—no matter the size or complexity.

Huntsman Cancer Dedication

Adding 220,000 SF and 48 new inpatient rooms, the new facility will allow patients access to more than 325 innovative clinical trials and four new state-of-the-art operating rooms will provide more sophisticated cancer surgeries.