New Homes  •  Historic Renovations • Remodeling  •  Consultations

I have been building new homes and restoring old structures in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York for 35 years. My team and I approach projects large and small with a commitment to quality, integrity, attention to detail, and open communications.  I work in New York City where I have restored brownstones, and developed residential and commercial properties. My colleagues and clients know me as a tenacious creative problem solver, proud of my ability to work with all kinds of people, and determined to get the job done on schedule.

My New York City projects include:

  • Complete restoration of a Greenwich Village townhouse for Gwenyth Paltrow
  • Complete gutting and restoration of a townhouse in Greenwich Village featured in the New York Times
  • Complete gutting and restoration of a townhouse in Harlem
  • Conversion of 10-story commercial building in Lower Manhattan (Tribeca) to full-floor residential units, with the addition of a penthouse, and conversion of the ground floor to commercial retail space
  • Construction of  Murray’s Cheese Shop in Grand Central Station
  • Complete gutting and restoration of full-floor 4,000-sq-ft residential co-op
  • Numerous individual apartment remodeling projects

My Berkshire projects include:

My specialties:

  • Logistically complicated construction projects
  • Historic restoration
  • Pre-purchase consultations for home buyers
  • Finding smart solutions to remodeling challenges

My interests include cooking, rock and ice climbing, biking, and traveling. I chaired the Egremont Conservation Commission for 8 years and am presently on the Sheffield Conservation Commission. I have two married daughters and three grandchildren.