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Trophy Mountain Homes & Construction, Inc., was formed by Roger B. Campbell (Chief Operations Officer) to fill the demand for an experienced, seasoned, high end custom homebuilder in the south-central Utah area including the Mt. Holly, Elk Meadows, Eagle Point and Brianhead Ski Resort areas, as well as Dear Valley and Park City. As our success grew along with our solid reputation into the Salt Lake area, Norman C. Dahle (Vice President Construction Management) joined the firm in 2008 to help meet the demands of growth in northern Utah. Scott, Roger and Norm bring over 80 years of combined knowledge, experience and design expertise to the company.

Roger B. Campbell has been involved in every facet of construction for over 30 years. As a master plumber and general contractor, Roger understands the construction process from the inside out. Roger enjoys time with his wife, five children and several grandchildren. When asked what else he enjoys most other than being with his family, he'd reply. "building beautiful homes for my clients."

A few "Roger-isms":
  • "You dream it, we will build it..."
  • "Always plan with the end result in mind, be clear, be specific..."
  • "Ask yourself, is it time well spent..."
  • "Making commitments generates hope, keeping commitments generates trust..."
  • "If he works for me, I work for him..."
  • "We can do that..."

  • Norman C. Dahle
    has conceived, designed, developed and constructed projects in eight western states. His expertise includes the design and construction of major renovations, single-family residential, multi-family and commercial projects. He is married and has five children, an expanding number of grandchildren and enjoys golf, cycling, and squash. Norm holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration.

    A few "Norm-isms":
  • "Doing your best means doing the job..."
  • "Success is in the details..."
  • "Your home is an expression of who you are..."
  • "First impressions always influence the outcome..."
  • "Being challenged in life is inevitable, being defeated is optional..."