General Contractor | Project Manager
Hello, my name is Kevin! While I am new to Bozeman, I am not new to remodeling. I attended Colorado State University to study Construction Management, framed houses in Wisconsin, remodeled in multiple cities in Washington, started my business, & have finally landed in Montana. These moves provided me with experiences in production homes, fix-and-flip investments, luxury development, remodeling & more.
All of this experience laid the foundation to start my business as a general contractor. While I can complete most trades, the greatest value I can provide is coordinating projects from vision to reality. This involves managing talented professionals, ensuring a low-stress, beautiful remodel, & personally specializing in carpentry & tile when the project permits. I take pride in my attention to detail, clear communication, & professionalism, & strive to exemplify those qualities in every aspect of Lucid Development.
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