We’re a family business, first and foremost. That means that any project, client or challenge we face, we do it with integrity, kindness, and understanding. Since we are small by design, we can maintain our most valuable asset: the personal long-term relationships we develop with our clients. The rest of our team is composed of highly skilled, passionate and hardworking people who are outstanding at what they do. Each person is an expert in their own right and our crew has often been referred to as the best crew in town by other contractors. Collectively, our team has over 150 years of experience in construction. We hope to make any project, whether it’s a residential remodel, custom home or commercial construction, enjoyable, transparent and life-changing while providing you with the support of professionals that treat you like friends.
Dave is a botanist-turned-carpenter-turned-general contractor. His endless good energy comes in handy for keeping up with his kids and working long days. In his “spare” time, Dave is the president of the Green Building Guild and is, among many other things, in charge of building all of the parade floats for his kid's elementary school.
Dave is the man who knows who is doing what and where. He keeps tabs on just about everything, but is in charge of three things: relationships with clients, the pre-construction process, and making sure everyone is having fun.
They are wondering how much all of this is going to cost or want to riff about rare craft beers.
Hanna started her career as a water resources engineer, but was drafted by Dave to create order from the chaos of his burgeoning contracting business using her seemingly endless organizational skills.
CFO, Marketing, Business Development, Human Resources, Party Planning. You name it, Hanna is on it.
They need our routing number or would like a design consultation.
Chad is a master of getting things done. His resolve is intense but that has no effect on his sunny attitude. Previous jobs include running a contracting business, being a chef, and working as production manager at the Planet Bluegrass ranch in Lyons.
Estimates, estimates, estimates. Chad works with the client to determine the scope of a project, gets quotes from subcontractors and vendors, creates the estimate and budget, then runs the project from site development through utilities and foundation.
They want to hash out their estimate or need help taking down a few dozen trees on their property.
Ryan is our resident designer (CU Architecture degree) and polymath (race car driver, mechanic, musician, axe thrower, paintball sniper, world traveler and a bunch of other stuff he won’t even tell us about).
Also a Project Manager, Ryan’s job starts before Chad’s ends. He works alongside Chad with our clients and subs to coordinate all the minutiae of each project before construction starts and runs the project from the beginning stages of framing through finishes and warranty.
They need to know where to look for finishes or want to hit the go-kart track.
Michael could easily make a living as a cartoonist or as the front man for a sick norm-core band, but we’re lucky that he’s settled for working here. An extensive career in the trades has made Michael into one of the most well-rounded contractors working in Boulder County.
As a project super, Michael is the main point of contact for his clients’ day-to-day needs. He is the first man on site and the guy who locks up at night. Michael is the guy you want on your project if you want things done just-so. He is also in charge of all of our safety coordination and practices.
They need somebody to paint a mural in their home, or refinish an antique family heirloom.
Landon's construction knowledge base is impressively extensive. A true construction renaissance man, Landon has worked as a framer, pipeliner, formsetter, plumber, and numerous other trades. Landon is also the core of good morale in the company, his attitude is sure to cheer up the grumpiest of contractors.
Landon is one of our most capable lieutenants, he makes sure every job he works on is operating just right.
They need to know where to send his gift basket to.
Ruben is a master framer for both wood and steel. His experience in commercial and residential construction is long and full of good stories. When it comes to projects besides framing, he either knows exactly how to do something or knows someone who does. He is one of the most sought after drywall contractors in the area and a wizard of solving difficult problems in virtually every realm of construction.
Ruben is a master of so many things that it’s impossible to keep track. His expertise is unparalleled when it comes to having boots on the ground at a job.
They need to make a drywall patch disappear entirely, or want a good recipe for grilled flank steak.
With 25 years of accounting experience, and 33 years piloting numerous types of aircraft, Leigh Ann's varied background is essential to daily operations at Sloan HQ. Having raised two boys, working with contractors is second nature to her, keeping us all in line in what can sometimes be a combative field of work.
Leigh Ann is the grease in the wheels around here. Every receipt, invoice, bill, timesheet, and banking transaction goes through her. Her role also includes herding the company cats on a daily basis.
They need a quick flight to somewhere warm.
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