Brad Petersen

Brad knows construction, in addition to ice climbing, telemark skiing, rafting, rock climbing, and mountain biking. When he’s not on the mountain, Brad is Germania’s process guru. He is driven to relentlessly improve our client experience and thrives on the friendships that emerge from our client relationships.

Favorite Spot in Park City: “My favorite place to have a meeting is at PC Coffee Roasters in Kimball Junction.
Favorite Spot on the Mountain: “Armstrong to the mid-mountain trail is my favorite place to ride my mountain bike.”

Email to get into contact with Brad Petersen.

Brad Peterson Germania Construction

The Germania Portfolio

We Build In The Mountains So You Can Play In The Mountains

The Germania Story

The Germania team lives and plays in the very mountains where we work tirelessly to bring your custom luxury home to life.

We’ve developed lasting relationships with our clients, architects, subcontractors, and suppliers. We are deeply passionate about mountainside living and delivering transparent and high-touch customer service.

Why Germania?
Germania Construction specializes in custom built homes in Park City Utah and around the region.

The Rest Of The Team

Meet The Rest Of The Germania Team

In 1990, Germania Founder, Craig Mogel arrived in Park City, Utah with a singular passion for mountain sports. Craig quickly realized his passion for mountain home construction and the art of crafting unique, efficient, and timeless custom luxury homes.

Craig Mogel

Founder

In 1990, Germania Founder, Craig Mogel arrived in Park City, Utah with a singular passion for mountain sports. Craig quickly realized his passion for mountain home construction and the art of crafting unique, efficient, and timeless custom luxury homes.

Brit Burns

Sr. Project Manager

“Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work” first jotted down by Aristotle, consistently strived for by Brit. No detail gets by her eagle eye in the quality control department, determined to make sure that all the i’s are dotted, and t’s are crossed to make for a smooth construction process for all involved.