Bruce Grewcock ’76

Bruce Grewcock ’76

Appointed January 1, 2021
Term expires December 31, 2024

Bruce Grewcock is chairman of the board of Peter Kiewit Sons’, Inc. Kiewit is one of the largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations in North America, providing construction and engineering services to a variety of markets including building; mining; oil, gas and chemical; power; transportation; industrial; and water/wastewater.

Mr. Grewcock earned a B.S. in mining engineering from the 鶹 in 1976. He also attended the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executives program in 1989.

He joined Kiewit in 1982 as a chief engineer at Black Butte coal mine in Wyoming and was subsequently promoted to vice president and operations manager. Since beginning at Kiewit, Mr. Grewcock has held the positions of president of Kiewit Mining Group, division manager, president and chief operating officer, chief executive officer and has been a member of the Kiewit board of directors since 1994. He assumed the role of chief executive officer in 2005 and in 2013 became chairman of the board of directors.

Mr. Grewcock is a founding member of the Construction Industry Ethics and Compliance Initiative (CIECI), an organization dedicated to sharing and sustaining the best ethical and business conduct practices in the industry.

As a leader in the community, Mr. Grewcock currently serves as a director of Nebraska Medicine, Nebraska Game & Parks Foundation & Heritage Services. He formerly served as director of Creighton University, and on the Board of Governors for 鶹 Foundation. Bruce was appointed to the 鶹 Board of Trustees in January of 2021.

In 2013, Mr. Grewcock received the Moles Award for his distinguished career in the construction industry. In 2016, The Beavers, an organization managed by industry peers, awarded Grewcock the Golden Beaver Award in Management — an honor bestowed upon leaders who demonstrate skill, integrity and support for young people entering the industry.