As a second-generation contractor, construction has been a large part of my life for as long as I can remember. I grew up on my dad’s job sites, playing and working with him since the first grade. While other kids were goofing off and going to the pool during their summer breaks, I insisted on going to work with my dad every day.
It was there that I absorbed countless invaluable trade secrets from a true master carpenter, along with lessons about life and priceless memories made. More importantly, he cultivated principles of integrity and character that would last a lifetime. Little did I know then, but in those twelve formative years, my dad built more than just houses. He was also building a future for Chambers Custom Design, a small family legacy he established in 1973.
I went on to graduate college with a Construction Management degree in 2003. I ventured into project management before taking the reins of the family business as planned.
20 years later, I’ve built many homes since then and hope to build many more, but most importantly, I plan on building a business that will be around for my kids someday.
My love and commitment to original, creative design continues to grow. While continuity and meticulous attention to detail are still paramount, my ultimate idea of success lies in the contentment of our happy homeowners.
Each of these homes is a product of collaborative effort made by so many. I couldn’t do what I do without my amazing team and greatest teammate/wingman ever, Scott Antonson.