In 1957 Doyle Hatfield moved to Utah after graduating high school in Idaho. Once in Utah, he started his life in the masonry field hod-carrying for his brother, Jimmy. Doyle then worked for Ashton Brothers Masonry out of Salt Lake City, Utah before he and his brother Jimmy decided to form a partnership and complete many residential masonry projects from 1960-1962. Doyle graduated from BYU with a degree in accounting. Doyle then started his own business and his first commercial job was the Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant, Utah.
Doyle's son Kevin graduated from BYU in Construction Management in 1984. He joined his father and incorporated Doyle Hatfield Masonry in 1991.
The company has overseen 120 new construction or additions on public schools amidst over 500 residential projects, and 500 other commercial projects including industrial and religious buildings over the past 45 years.
Provo Peaks Elementary School: Winner of MCAA Team Awards for K-8, and Honor Design Award from the Utah Masonry Council.
Swire Coca-Cola Company: Citation Award from the Utah Masonry Council.
Cenntenial Jr. High School: Merit Design Award from the Utah Masonry Council.
Nemelka Veranda: Honor Design Award from the Utah Masonry Council.