Technically challenging projects have always excited me. I enjoy discovering the safest, most efficient ways to complete tasks. As of 2020, I’ve been building for well over 25 years and feel blessed to be doing so.
I inherited my passion for building and woodworking from my Dad. We completed many projects together including building a weekend house. During and after high school, I worked on framing crews building track and custom homes. I also served a stint in a custom cabinet/millwork shop.
It was during a building recession that I decided to go to college. I earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Houston. While attending the U of H I worked as a petroleum engineering tech at a major oil company. Following graduation, I went to Texas A&M University, earned a BS in Petroleum Engineering, and went to work for over three years before returning to A&M to earn my MS in Petroleum Engineering.
After two more years of petroleum engineering, I decided to leave the oil industry and return to building. I naturally gravitated back to residential construction but with a renewed passion for the building craft and science. My education in math, sciences, physics, and engineering has served me well.
I enjoy the design and building process and spend as much time in the field as possible. It is both my responsibility to share my knowledge and experience with clients and those working with me as well as to learn from them.
Washington is a great place to build and remodel. Residents highly value environmental impact and energy efficiency and are willing to try technologies that may have extended payouts. The building industry is rapidly evolving, and it’s a great time to be a part of it. I think the industry as a whole is building well, but there is much room for improvement.
Each day I look forward to serving our clients, who allow me to live my passion.