Greg Grazzini Halfbody


Greg Grazzini

Greg is part of the 4th generation and joined Grazzini Brothers & Company full-time in 1986 and currently serves as President and CEO. Greg rose through the ranks beginning as a Field Worker, Estimator, Project Manager, Senior Project Manager, and Vice President of Terrazzo Operations. He has been active in the National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association (NTMA), Central States Terrazzo Association (CSTA), National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA), and Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, American Society of Professional Estimators-Viking Chapter, and Associated General Contractors of Alaska, a Trustee of the Joint Apprenticeship Training Fund of International Brotherhood of Bricklayers, Allied Craftworkers, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, and International Masonry Institute Minnesota Program Committee. Greg serves as President of the Minnesota Ceramic Tile Contractors Association and Treasurer of the Minnesota Builders Exchange.

Greg decided to join the family business after starting his university education to be an accountant. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in business.

Fun Fact about Greg:
“I would rather vacation in the Arctic than the tropics.”

Notable Projects

  • Denver International Airport: Denver, Colorado
  • Fairbanks International Airport: Fairbanks, Alaska
  • FIS Building at George Bush Intercontinental Airport: Houston, Texas
  • Kansas City International Airport: Kansas City, Kansas
  • Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport: San Jose, California
  • Portland International Airport: Portland, Oregon
  • San Antonio International Airport – Terminal 2: San Antonio, Texas
  • Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport: Anchorage, Alaska
  • Washington Dulles International Airport Washington, DC
  • Bassett Replacement Hospital: Ft. Wainwright, Alaska
  • Beaumont Replacement Hospital: Fort Bliss, Texas
  • Composite Medical Facility: Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
  • Irwin Army Community Hospital, Replacement Hospital: Fort Riley, Kansas
  • Portsmouth Naval Hospital: Portsmouth, Virginia
  • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: Bethesda, Maryland
  • Womack Replacement Hospital: Fort Bragg, North Carolina
  • Coors Field Major League Baseball Field: Denver, Colorado
  • DC Ballpark Major League Baseball Field: Washington, DC
  • Minute Maid Park Major League Baseball Field: Houston, Texas
  • Target Field Major League Baseball Field: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Duluth Entertainment Convention Center/ Amsoil Arena: Duluth, Minnesota
  • FedEx Forum: Memphis, Tennessee
  • U. S. Bank Stadium: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Sprint Center: Kansas City, Missouri
  • Anaheim Regional Transit Intermodal Center: Anaheim, California
  • Pasadena Convention Center: Pasadena, California
  • Performing Arts Center of Greater Miami: Miami, Florida
  • Phoenix Convention Center: Phoenix, Arizona
  • River Center Rotunda: St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Walker Art Center: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Radisson Blu Mall of America: Bloomington, Minnesota
  • International Monetary Fund: Washington, DC
  • U. S. Courthouse: Billings, Montana
  • U. S. Courthouse: El Paso, Texas
  • U. S. Courthouse: Portland, Oregon
  • U. S. Courthouse: St. Paul, Minnesota