I’ve been involved in construction for as long as I can remember, tagging along job sites at an early age with my dad. I worked my way through college on the copper and slate and many other types of roofs here in Princeton and gained an appreciation for the historical and modern architecture found here. Later I shifted my trade to carpenter. The attention to fine details and craftsmanship while working as a carpenter on historic homes was enlightening. Eventually I turned my hands-on experience into a career in project management and estimating and have worked on many diverse projects in heavy civil, heavy marine and commercial construction. Although the knowledge, experience and challenges have been rewarding, my passion lies with residential construction.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, running and biking.