Vertical Construction Group has served the Pacific Northwest area for over 10 years, with a focus on making sure our clients walk away with a product that meets all their needs, exceeds their expectations, and represents their unique aesthetic.
Vertical Construction was created in 2009 with the goal of building a general contracting company that produces high-quality and enduring workmanship for large- and small-scale construction projects.
Whether your project is a simple home remodel or a large-scale addition, you’ll receive our effective communication, commitment toward timeliness and efficiency, and a resulting product that showcases your personal style.
Today, Vertical Construction Group and its team of hand-selected professional subcontractors are equipped to manage most residential construction projects as well as small commercial and tenant improvement (TI) projects.
Back in Park City, Utah, one of my first jobs was as a carpenter building timber lodge-style homes. In those days, skiing was my main passion, so working hard to play hard was a way of life. While constructing from drawings and concepts, I learned that I have a natural ability to visualize the way things go together. The reward of seeing something constructed with my own hands became a source of satisfaction for me. During that time, I helped construct around 50 new custom homes and multiple additions, as well as a number of remodels.
In my twenties, I joined the Navy and spent several years abroad, mainly in Europe, as an aviation crash and salvage rescue man for NATO forces. I spent much of that time traveling and exploring other cultures. After receiving an honorable discharge from the service, I returned to my roots in construction and joined a large corporation as the construction superintendent. After several years of working with that large company, I realized that my true talent and passion was for creating custom and distinct spaces and finding creative solutions to construction challenges.
I created Vertical Construction Group in 2009 when I moved to the Pacific Northwest to attend UW’s Construction Management Program, with the goal of building a general contracting company that produces high-quality and enduring workmanship for large and small residential construction projects.