RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Managed over 50 residential building and major remodeling projects in San Francisco, the Peninsula, and the East Bay.
Contractor of record for Home and Garden Television's Curb Appeal 2001-2003 seasons
Contractor Host and on-air talent for Home and Garden Television's Landscape Smart 2004-2005 seasons. www.hgtv.com
Completed 5 story Multi-family building with 4 floors of residential and commercial space on the main level. The building features a living roof, rain screening, solar power, radiant heating, and recycled, reclaimed and repurposed building materials.
Completing new 3 story view home in Noe on Clipper St. (cross: Diamond). New home features solar power, radiant heat, 9 - 14’ ceilings, etc.
Completed 4 story condo building at 3627 25th St. (cross: Guerrero).
New condos feature solar power, metal stud framing, radiant heat, large view decks, 9 – 17’ ceilings, etc.
Completed 2 story home in the Mission with solar power, radiant heating, and alternative building materials. Smart systems include whole house stereo system and video security.
COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Mandala Yoga, Berkeley CA - featured in San Francisco Chronicle Real Estate section
KB Toys stores in Roseville, Petaluma, Rohnert Park and Livermore
Opera Plaza, SF - Condo/Apt. - remodeling projects - 5 years
Washington Mutual Bank, SF - remodeling projects
Geographic Stores - remodeling projects – 5 years
BS in Physics at University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
Painting, finishing, plumbing, tile and stone work
Partner, KLM Builders, Inc., - established 2004
Partner, LORAX Development, LLC, - established March, 2002
Owner, HandyJobs SF, established 1996, licensed in 2001 as General Contractor
Maintenance Supervisor, Opera Plaza - 2 yrs. Contractor
Maintenance Supervisor, YMCA - 2 yrs.
Manufacturing, Newel Corporation - 5 yrs.
ReBuilding Together (formerly Christmas in April) - since 1995 - 17 years
YMCA mentor program
BORP Roll n Shoot - since 2009
Improv Comedian - 10 years - featured in SF Guardian 2003