Jay Ritchie


As President of Geneva Rock Products, Jay Ritchie leads all teams, divisions, and operations. His extensive history as Executive Vice President, Vice President of Concrete, and as an Area Manager qualifies him to steer this multi-million-dollar organization with a workforce of more than 1,000 employees. With more than 37 years in the construction materials and construction industry, Jay brings to Geneva Rock Products a passion for quality products and premium service. His teams are focused on providing the highest quality product, to the right locations at the right times. Jay currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association. He has previously served as the mayor of West Point City, UT, and received a degree from Weber State University in 1979. Jay’s hobbies include playing golf and supporting his Dodgers. Jay and his wife Paula reside in West Point and have three children and five grandchildren.

Nathan Schellenberg

Vice President, Specialty Construction

Nathan maintains a solid reputation for project management expertise, working hard to exceed client expectations and consistently deliver quality projects. A successful history of managing large, urban projects with major utility relocation, tight construction schedules, and extensive inter-agency coordination allows him to effectively manage even the most complex of projects. Previous roles as manager of special projects and project manager have helped him become an expert in design, bidding, and project execution. Nathan received a master’s degree in civil engineering from Brigham Young University. He is an active member of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and serves on the AGC of Utah Highway Committee and American Fork City Planning Commission. Nathan and wife Melissa have seven children and enjoy being busy with their kids’ sporting events, performances and community activities. Nathan enjoys running and is always up for a road trip.

Shane Albrecht

Vice President, Area Construction

Shane has worked for Geneva Rock Products for 18 years, most recently in his role as area manager of construction. Notable projects include: grading and paving of the Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele County, Utah; Interstate 84 reconstruction between Mountain Green and Morgan in Morgan County, Utah; and the $100 million Legacy Parkway Segment 3 project in Davis County, Utah. Prior to his career with the company, he worked as an engineer for Sandy City and as a project manager with Savage Asphalt Paving. Albrecht attended the University of Utah where he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

Carl Clyde

Vice President, Gravel & Asphalt

Carl has been with Geneva Rock for over 35 years. He got his start as a lab technician and construction estimator. He then moved into gravel and asphalt sales before becoming the gravel and asphalt division manager, leading into his current position as vice president of the aggregates division. Carl received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Brigham Young University. He has served as the vice-chair of the Springville City Planning Commission, committee chair of the AGC Intermountain Chapter, Aggregates and Environmental Committee, and as a board member of the American Concrete Institute, Intermountain Chapter. Carl and his wife Heather have five children, three boys and two girls, and two grandsons.
Terrence Savage Vice President Concrete

Terrence Savage

Vice President, Concrete Division

Terrence works on the Geneva Rock leadership team as the Vice President of the Concrete division. Terrence has proven executive leadership and the ability to develop new businesses and bring them into operational excellence. Before joining Geneva Rock, Terrence worked at Savage Services for over 30 years, where he served as Vice President of finance and operations and senior vice president of trucking and logistics. In these roles, Terrence executed market strategies and oversaw supply chain solutions, trucking, and logistics for transportation of crude oil, coal, industrial products, and more. Terrence has an MBA from Pepperdine University and an undergraduate degree in business administration. He has served as a board member on both the Utah Safety Council and the Utah Mining Association.