Our commitment is to excellence in execution, innovative solutions and quality construction. Our clients are primary. We are looking to establish a long term relationship with you so that we are your source for any project, regardless of the size.
We are a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and its NYC affiliate, the Urban Green Council.
Jos Dudgeon, LEED AP, has been building since the mid-70s when he began his career constructing affordable housing for southern Georgia's rural disadvantaged. In Baltimore County, Maryland, he founded a residential renovation and custom building firm employing 46 people, specializing in restoring historical townhouses and building custom homes. Moving to southern Connecticut and primarily working with a clientele owning waterfront properties, he has expertise specific to this type of geography - including deep water docks and dealing with the issues of weather and erosion. He currently lives and owns property in New York City, which has facilitated working with Manhattan clients and the complexities of dealing with co-ops and condominiums.
Michelle Landau, our Director of Design, has a B.A. in Art History and an M.B.A. in Marketing. Her first position, as a board artist in textile design in New York City, created a foundation in fabrications, color, composition, and execution techniques. After receiving her MBA from San Francisco State University she returned to New York City to Direct Design at the corporate level in multiple product categories including fabric, leather, metals, finishes and color. She has designed for Nino Cerruti, Christian Dior, Liberty of London, and piloted commissioned projects for Bloomingdale's and Saks Fifth Ave. She has also coordinated highly successful licensed campaigns for Save the Children and World Wildlife. Her design work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine section, Sports Illustrated, and on ABC evening news.
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