A Lifetime Home is personally convenient for anyone. MORE than multi-generational or "livable for a lifetime", everything in design and function is EASY, flexible and adapts to you no matter what happens (i.e. you can accomplish things, get around and care for yourself and others in multiple ways). How does your home measure to this standard?
Any "house" can be a Lifetime Home. Regardless of square footage or type, a Lifetime Home is proactively designed and built so that you and your family can remain there for as long as you choose because you have efficient, socially sustainable options for using the property (i.e. the house adapts to you). A Lifetime Home is the opposite of Peter Pan Syndrome, which produces houses designed and built as if nobody changes, for the average person of an average height, age and mobility. A Lifetime Home is not a style but a characteristic or essence, a smart, high performance house regardless of climate or geographic area.
Carpenter Antonio Cardona enjoys listening to music and watching soccer, football and documentaries. Carpentry Foreman Eddie Espindola translates as Antonio describes what he enjoys most about work.
Meet Antonio's coworkers at our Team page.
A Steelers fan from Altoona, PA, Welding Division Manager, Luke Mandichak is a perfectionist, even on the grills he makes. A high school teacher nurtured his talent, even allowing him to lead class his senior year, and Luke became a master fabricator.
Meet Luke's coworkers at our Team page.
Carpenter, Dylan Rogers enjoys playing guitar and working on cars, but he is happiest mentoring others in nutrition and fitness.
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Carpentry Foreman, Eddie Espindola earned our inaugural Top Performer award for his novel solution to a problem and his mentorship of his team. Top Performer is recognized whenever a teammate improves BuilderFish with a creative approach or extraordinary effort. Congratulations Eddie for being our first winner recognized by his coworkers.
Learn more about Eddie and his coworkers at our Team page.
Director of Strategic Operations, Tracy Christian is not a fair weather fan. She certainly enjoys reading or horseback riding on a nice day, but she prefers the sky to be falling.
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Our comptroller, Leslie Velasquez enjoys communicating with people. She just prefers speaking personally or on the phone, not in front of a camera, so the television commercial her family did for their dentist remains burned into her memory, and getting her to participate in THIS video was like pulling teeth.