CASEY CLOWARDFounder & Owner
Casey is a third-generation General Contractor. From his youth he has been around job sites learning and mastering the characteristics of implementing the equation hard work = great results. He received his BS in Construction Management from BYU in 2006 after also serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Monterrey, Mexico. Upon graduation he worked for Mercedes Homes in Port St. Lucie, Florida and for M-13 Construction as a superintendent. In 2008, he founded Raykon Construction literally with his own two hands as he began as a woodworker and cabinet builder. An avid baseball fan, Casey played catcher for the BYU baseball team in 2000 and 2003-05 along with a number of other great teams. In his spare time he enjoys golfing, fly fishing and spending time with his wife Amberlee and four children: Talon, Trigg, Rosalyn and Remy.
CURTIS POPEProject Manager
Curtis’ passion for the construction industry began in high school when he worked the summers doing concrete flatwork and general construction. In college, he decided to pursue a different route and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Brigham Young University. Although that schooling proved to give him valuable technical, analytical and problem-solving skills, he soon realized he had a hole in his heart that a career in economics would never fill.
He decided to make the leap back into the construction industry and has never looked back. Beginning as a laborer for one of Utah County’s premier framing and general contracting businesses, he was a quick learner and rapidly rose to the top as lead framer, and eventually a partner, in that company. Combining his first-hand knowledge of the hands-on technicalities involved in building and his organizational and management skills, Curtis knows how to keep a team of clients and professionals moving in harmony.
Curtis brought his leadership and knowledge to the Raykon team in January of 2018. Happily married, Curtis and his wife have four girls and currently reside in Eagle Mountain.
DEVIN ABEProject Manager
With an inborn passion for the construction trade, Devin began framing in 2005 while studying construction management at Utah Valley University. In 2009, he began working side by side with Casey at Raykon Construction focusing on cabinetry. A quick learner, he developed a passion for cabinets along with anything woodworking. With this experience he founded his own company, Divine Cabinets. Maintaining his relationship with Casey, Devin continued to provide beautiful cabinets for many of the homes Raykon built. With his company he was able to create and foster many relationships with others spanning a variety of trades. When an opening for a project manager became available at Raykon Construction in 2018, Devin jumped at the chance to change directions once again. Armed with his master cabinetry skills and knowledge of how to run a business, Devin knows hard work and the eye for detail are essential – something he demands for every home Raykon builds.
When Devin isn’t working, he is often found wakeboarding, snowboarding and playing music. He also loves to spend every moment he can with his wife and best friend, Lori and their sons Aiden and Dylan.
JORDAN COLEMANProject Manager
Jordan has been designing and building small projects since he was a young boy. From a young age, he helped his family with their businesses at the Del Mar Fair in California building food stands. Managing the mini-restaurants, Jordan was able to learn priceless management, problem-solving, and people skills. He then started his college education at BYU Hawaii as a math major and loved his time there. Jordan then served an LDS mission in Atlanta Georgia where he was able to practice leadership skills and serve in a fully dedicated capacity. After his mission, he transferred to BYU, Provo and married his long-time love, Roxy. While going to school, they purchased a “fixer upper” home and re-built it entirely.
The construction skills Jordan practiced in his youth and the leadership skills gained on his mission and throughout life proved useful as he founded a renovation business where he could put the skills he was learning in his classes to use. He did everything from remodels to drafting and designing custom homes. In 2019, Jordan received his BS in Construction Management. He learned many valuable lessons from his time at BYU and working in the construction field. Through experience, Jordan realized his true passion was in the custom home business and in making the dreams of others a reality.
Jordan is best known for his heart, his service to others, and for being a connector of people and ideas. His knowledge and experience in business, construction, and design combined with his integrity and his love for people make him an integral part of the Raykon team/family.