Meet The Team
Owner/ Designer: Ian Wuilleumier
I have been in the design and construction industry since
2006, where I worked as a plumbers apprentice and
a freelance architectural designer after graduating college. I
currently hold an Associates Degree in Architectural engineering From New England Institute of Technology, and a Bachelors in Architectural Design from Keene State College. Additionally, I've worked in and around multiple trades throughout my career including, finish carpentry, electrical, solar and woodworking. I have dedicated my business to safety, customer service, and to provide a smooth, stress-free Design/Build process to my clients.
Lead Carpenter/ Assistant Project Manager : Kevin George
As a boy, when I would visit and help him around his farm, my grandfather familiarized me with being handy, and the satisfaction of a hard days' work that went along with it. Growing up I occasionally would get to go to the old mill stores; where I was always excited to see all the unfinished furniture in it's handcrafted glory.
As I grew older I began working for a landscaping company, which on some occasions would involve doing small carpentry jobs. I gravitated towards it so much I eventually decided to branch out and start my own small landscape and contracting business. Most of the contracting involved repairing and building old decks, fences, and patios but it was there I realized how much I enjoyed working with wood.
A few years and a few opportunities to learn new skills later I was certain that carpentry/fine woodworking is my calling, so I pursued a career that would provide the opportunity to improve my craft and here I am; loving every day of it.
Carpenter: Christopher Petracca
I’ve enjoyed building things since I was little, but that interest really took hold when I began woodworking in high school. I got into the trades right out of school when I lived in New York for a couple months, doing framing and remodeling work. Since then I’ve worked with different contractors, learning all sections of the craftsmen trades From rough framing to building cabinets. A couple lifelong goals of mine are to build my own house and build a proper boat. I feel like I’m making progress towards those goals everyday working here.