Ogden, UT – June 1, 2021 – Big-D Construction recently completed its 20th project for Lindquist Mortuaries, with its newest location in Syracuse, Utah. The 12,850-square-foot building continues the long and productive partnership between Big-D Construction and Lindquist and matches the distinguished Roy mortuary previously built by Big-D for Lindquist in 2004.

The new mortuary is located at 869 South 2000 West in Syracuse. While the build presented various unique challenges along the way, including a pandemic, Big-D partnered with several local subcontractors on the project to ultimately deliver the finished venture along with Frank N. Murdock Jr. Architect and Associates, all of whom greatly contributed to the new, high-quality mortuary.
“Big-D has an excellent eye for details and has always delivered on its projects for us by building first-rate mortuaries,” said Lindquist president John E. Lindquist. “Big-D continually adds value by fulfilling our expectations, on time and within budget. We look forward to our continued partnership with them as Lindquist continues to expand to meet our community’s needs.”

The partnership has been a long and prosperous one between both parties, dating back more than 35 years. Big-D has helped Lindquist expand to nine locations with this most recent Syracuse addition.
“Lindquist is one of our best customers and has been for over 35 years,” said Forrest McNabb, president of Big-D Construction Northern Utah. “We’ve had an excellent working relationship with John E. Lindquist and his entire team that’s allowed both organizations to achieve their goals and provide for the local community of Northern Utah.”


Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Big-D Construction family of companies sustains 13 affiliated offices in different locations throughout the United States. Together, Big-D has provided unparalleled CM/GC and design-build services for more than 50 years. Big-D remains on a mission to be the most sought-after construction company in the business. Big-D works to enrich the lives of its customers, consultants, employees and the community.

From Utah pioneer times to today, five generations of the Lindquist family and our trusted associates have served not only families in need but our communities, as well. Such service includes leading roles in northern Utah’s business community, over 40 years of sponsoring the annual 24th of July Pops Concert and Fireworks at Weber State University and donating to the construction of Lindquist Field in Ogden, home of the Ogden Raptors. Service is deeply ingrained in our culture as we rear our families, serve in our churches, communities, and schools, and experience the interruption of relationships when our loved ones pass on. We understand your feelings and look forward to assisting you in ways that maintain dignity and respect for your loved ones. The Lindquist family’s high standards of service in their chosen profession are reflected in our efforts to make our communities better places to live. Please let us give service to you in your time of grieving.