Kurt Grier

Co-CEO | Executive Vice President "I believe that Eby is 82 years YOUNG with a wealth of experience to rely upon. This team can do ANYTHING. Eby management is interested in the safety of each and every employee! Eby involves families in numerous aspects of the company. We are like a 700 member family! It is also great to work with the extremely talented construction professionals that choose Eby as their ‘family.' They are willing to share their talents so that the group can continue to succeed as a team."
Meet The Professional
  • Industry Experience: 36 Years
  • Education:
    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 1987
    • Master of Business Administration, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 1989
  • Certifications: Engineer in Training (EIT), 1987
    • Associations:

    • Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Kansas (Past President)
    • Kansas State University (KSU) Construction Science and Management Advisory Council
  • Favorite Industry Equipment: Tower Crane
Meet The Person Spare Time:

“I enjoy traveling with my family. I had the opportunity in the recent past to go scuba diving in Cozumel with my (nearly 80-year-old) mother and my boys. Seeing this great lady scuba diving along a huge reef wall with her grandkids is something none of us will ever forget! I am also a big fan of shooting sports.”

Fun Fact:

“My first job was as a snow ski technician at The Slope in Wichita. Years later, one of my favorite experiences was skiing on the back side of Vail Pass by snowcat with two of my sons. The company, the snowcat experience, the views and the amazing powder are quite memorable!”

Community:

“I am actively involved in the Associated General Contractors of Kansas, serving as its president in the past and presently serving as the Political Action Committee chairman. I have served with a local Boy Scout Troop as its chairman and have been involved in a few Habitat for Humanity projects. My wife and I are active members of Eastminster Presbyterian Church.”