Rocky Mountain Construction
RMC was formed in 2001 by out of box thinker, Fred Grubb.
Started out of Fred’s garage in Athol, Idaho, RMC began with about 10 employees who repaired traditional wood coaster tracks. For several more years, RMC designed and built several water parks, erected other manufacturers’ coasters and erected steel buildings. After years of rebuilding traditional wood tracks, Fred knew that there had to be a better track system that would not require constant repair/maintenance. After speaking with renowned coaster engineer, Alan Schilke, in 2008 the Ibox track was born. Six Flags gave RMC their first big break, by contracting RMC to overhaul an existing wooden coaster, The Texas Giant. With very little marketing and no sales force, RMC now has 115 full-time employees and 5 manufacturing facilities, totaling more than 75,000 square feet. Started in the garage by a hardworking, high school educated man from Wyoming to becoming a leader in the roller coaster industry, RMC personifies the true American dream story while continuing to thrill riders all over the world while still keeping its good old American values.