For more than 25 years, I have been creating homes with skill and integrity throughout Wasatch Front communities. Over the years, I’ve worked to develop a resource base of the finest materials and skilled craftsman. These elements combined with our committed staff ensures a pleasurable building experience each time a home is constructed.
People come to me with their dreams. They have ideas, hopes and desires of what they want their family. I love working with them to transform their vision into reality. In the end, my greatest satisfaction comes from creating a home that exceeds the expectations of my customers. As a person whose name is on every home we build, I can assure you our focus on quality and value will continue.
I began working for the family business in my youth, cleaning houses, in high school I began framing houses for one of our sub contractors. Deciding to follow in the family business, I enrolled in Construction Management classes at Weber State University, while continuing to work for Martineau Homes. Upon completing my degree, I continue to work at Martineau Homes as a project manager, working with the day to day operations of construction. I currently reside in Davis County with my wife and four kids.
I handle the day-to-day operation of the office, including answering phones, accounts receivables and payable, and anything else I can help with. Before coming to Martineau Homes, I worked as a Desktop Publishing Specialist at U.S. Translation Company. Previous to my time at U.S. Translation Company, I worked for the Northern Utah Office of the American Cancer Society, as first as the Administrative Assistant and later as the Cancer Control Director.
I graduated from Layton High School, and attended the Davis Applied Technology Center during my senior year, where I specialized in bookkeeping and word processing programs. I am married to my high school sweetheart, Russ, and we have two kids. I love spending time with my family, and most weekends we can be found outdoors; camping, four-wheeling, snowmobiling or boating.
I started in construction in 1970-71. I enrolled in a building trades class to take it easy during my senior year of high school. As it turned out, the instructor was my neighbor, so attendance was mandatory. I wound up loving it and stayed with it.
The following year I enrolled in night classes while working days as a carpenter. In 1975 I received my carpentry license and the following year my general contractor license.
I owned and operated my contracting business until 2009, when I was offered this superintendent position with Martineau Homes. I can’t think of any company or profession I’d rather be in!
I’ve worked in the construction industry since the 1960’s, my first experiences while working with my father, a general contractor. In 1973, I began working as a full time carpenter, primarily in residential home building, mostly working on framing, finish carpentry, and concrete. In March 2000, I began working for Martineau Homes as an onsite job superintendent.
I am married to my wonderful wife, Linda; we have two daughters, two son-in-laws and seven grandchildren. I grew up in Farmington, Utah and have lived in Bountiful for the past 38 years.
For the past 12 years I have enjoyed working for Martineau Homes, the best contractor in the country and I enjoy working with some of the best clients around!
Shining shoes at Lefty’s Barber Shop in Roy, Utah at age 13, I learned that if it’s worth doing, it’s worth being the best. In high school, I worked summers and evenings for a local builder, discovering great satisfaction in using my skill to turn ideas and raw materials into something beautiful.
As a Master Builder, I’ve made lasting relationships with many hundreds in an ever‐expanding circle of happy owners. I enjoy forming and working with a team of owners, architects, designers and vendors to build homes that will bring enduring joy to their families.
Proud and fortunate to be part of Martineau Homes, I work with the best; people who share my work ethic, high standards and goals. I can often be found with my wife and best friend Vicki, surrounded by family, or on the golf course or astride our Harleys.