SAGE-SDVOSB LLLP

Who We Are

Sage-CM is an SDVOSB (Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business) with a dedicated team of construction managers. We have more than 50 years of experience within the industry and are known across various companies.

When you need assistance with architecture, design, research, construction litigation, or just common-sense advice, reach out to Sage-CM. We would be pleased to have the opportunity to work with you.

Meet the Team

Will Felt

Will Felt:

Coming Soon
Roger A. Repstien

Roger A. Repstien PE, AIA, CGC dba:

  • RDC (Research Development Construction)
  • Consulting Services

Phone: (407) 830-6522

Roger Repstien is a Service-Disabled Veteran and owner of RDC, a Sole Proprietor Professional Practice Owner with decades of experience in project management.

If you are a Service-Disabled Veteran, active duty military, or immediate family of either, please visit our other website, the National Association of Service Disabled Veterans. It is a non-profit organization founded by Roger Repstien.

Are you interested in exploring opportunities in the business world so you can go beyond just being an employee? Please contact us for information. We’d be happy to answer your questions.
Jake Grandstaff

Jake Grandstaff Esq.:

Education:
  • BS, Construction Management, Weber State University, 2009
  • JD, Law, Barry University School of Law, 2012

Licenses and Certifications:
  • Attorney, State of Utah, Bar #14183
  • 30-Hour OSHA
  • MSHA
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management for Contractors Certificate
  • General Contractor (State of Utah)

Professional Affiliations:
  • Member – ABA Young Lawyers Division
  • Member – Construction Law Section, Utah Bar
  • Member – Attorney and Counselor at Law in the Supreme Court of the State of Utah
  • Member – Attorney and Counselor at Law in the Central District Court of the State of Utah

Expertise
Jake Grandstaff has more than 20 years of experience in the construction industry. He began working in 2001 as an apprentice electrician. He worked his way from the field into the office, where he became an estimator and project manager.

Upon graduating from Weber State University with a BS in Construction Management in 2009, Mr. Grandstaff went on to law school, where he attended Barry University School of Law. He continued to work in the construction industry as an estimator and project manager until he started his own general contracting company in 2018.

Mr. Grandstaff is a preferred contractor with the Veteran’s Affairs hospital and has completed several projects on their Salt Lake City campus. He has experience from the subcontracting to general contracting level of projects throughout his 20 years of industry experience.

Construction Project Experience, 2021:
  • Senior Project Manager (SAGE-HHI JV), GSA Oklahoma MATOC ($96.5 mil Set Aside – 5 Years)
  • Project Manager, VA Bldg. 550 ($480,000) – Remodel
  • Project Manager, VA Price CBOC ($1,630,000) – Remodel
  • Project Manager, Recteq ($640,000) – New Construction
  • Project Manager, Baltic Born ($450,000) – New Construction
  • Project Manager, Hill AFB UTTR CMCC ($1.1 mil) – Remodel
  • Project Manager, Gaddis Investments ($1.7 mil) – Remodel