Bridgesource is an entity formed in October 2020. We have a team of professionals with over 20 years of experience in the fly ash industry, dedicated to providing seamless service and superior fly ash product. Bridgesource is proud to be a member of Clyde Companies, Inc. and share in their mission, Building a Better Community.

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.

Our Values

We Value People

We emphasize the importance of long-term goals, professional development, and educational opportunities.

Our Word is Our Bond

Commitment and trust are attributes that simply cannot be compromised.

Always Give a Full Measure

Are you giving a full measure? We commit to answering that question with a confident yes.

We Continuously Improve

We aim to be the best in the business and show that through our ingenuity.


Waylund Ludlow, P.E.
Division Manager

Waylund began working for Clyde Companies at Geneva Rock Products in 2004 as an asphalt production manager. Waylund’s responsibilities in the position steadily increased until he transitioned to Bridgesource in 2021. Prior to his time at Clyde Companies, he worked seven years at a construction and civil engineering firm.

Outside of Clyde Companies, Waylund was the organizing chair and founding charter member of the Utah Asphalt Pavement Association (UAPA) in 2010. He served as its President for two non-consecutive years. Additionally, he participated as a board member for 11 years prior to his current role at Bridgesource. In 2019, Waylund was awarded the UAPA Industry Leader Award for demonstrating commitment and leadership to the asphalt and construction industry.

Waylund graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Brigham Young University and received his professional engineer’s license a year later, which he actively maintains.

In his free time, Waylund enjoys riding motorcycles, both dirt and street bikes. He also likes woodworking, particularly custom making longboards from scratch. He and his wife, Marsha, are the parents of three children, two boys and a girl.

Gary England
General Manager

Gary England began working for Bridgesource in 2020 as its general manager, when Clyde Companies secured the rights to fly ash from the Jim Bridger Power Plant.

Prior to Clyde Companies, he served as Executive Vice President of Headwaters/Boral Resources for 18 years, the largest fly ash management company in the world. Previous to that, Gary spent 18 years in senior leadership positions in the transportation industry.

He received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Nebraska while playing football for the Cornhuskers.

Gary enjoys most outdoor activities, including golf, snowmobiling, and scuba diving. He and his wife, Louise, have been married for over 40 years, and have three children and two grandchildren. They have spent much of their time together volunteering with incarcerated youth in the Juvenile Justice System.

Merrill Squire
Director of Project Development

Merrill Squire joined Bridgesource as the director of project development in 2021. His work centers on the development of the cement division of the company.

Merrill brings over 25 years of experience and expertise in heavy industry to Bridgesource, primarily covering large capital project development and execution. Most recently, he worked for 10 years in the mining division of FLSmidth as the head of a global proposal group.

Prior to that, Merrill spent two years at Savage Services as vice president of engineering, focused on technical design and project management for new business opportunities.

He also spent 10 years with Graymont in several roles ranging from plant operations to project management. In his final five years there, Merrill led the US Engineer, Procure, and Construct Team in the development and execution of all major capital projects within the United States.

Merrill started his career with Geneva Steel as a process engineer for the coke plant, blast furnace, Q-BOP, and caster areas.

He earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Utah State University.

Merrill enjoys cycling, camping, shooting, and outdoor activities with family and friends. He and his wife, Joanna, have been married for 30 years. They are the parents of four children: Jacob, Tyler, Sadie, and Madelin, and currently reside in Lehi, Utah.

John Pennington
Division Manager

John Pennington serves as the Division Manager of Fuels/Lubricants at Bridgesource. He joined the company during the acquisition of First Source Fuels at the end of 2023.

John brings extensive knowledge and experience in the construction industry to his role at Bridgesource. Previously, he worked at sister company Sunroc in the Equipment Division, most recently as the Equipment Director for seven years.

Prior to his time in the Clyde Companies family of businesses, John owned his own company making luxury golf carts for 15 years.

He and his wife, Jennifer, are the parents of four children, and the family resides in Springville, Utah. In John’s limited free time, he enjoys restoring Volkswagen buses.

Brannon Burton
Division Manager

Brannon Burton has excelled at the Clyde Companies family of business for 20+ years as a project manager, estimator, area manager, and division manager. He worked at sister company Sunroc until taking over a new division manager role at Bridgesource in 2023 to help the company grow.

Brannon’s educational background is as impressive as his professional career. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Brigham Young University before earning an MBA from Texas A&M University.

Family is very important to Brannon. He resides in West Jordan, Utah, with his wife and three children. In his limited free time, he enjoys weight training and playing tennis.

At his core, Brannon is passionate about seeing people improve while demonstrating their full ability. When a company has hundreds of problem solvers, he believes there’s no limit to what they can accomplish.


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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.

Reduce and Recycle Construction Waste

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.

Minimize Distribution of Vehicular Pollution

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

Recycled Materials as a Product Offering

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

Green Offices & Activities

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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482 West 800 North
Ste 204, Orem, UT 84057

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