Andy has a Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University and has worked in residential remodeling and construction since 2000. Before joining HighCraft, Andy owned a timber framing company for eight years, and is both a master of the craft and of managing people.
He applies the motto “If you’re going to do it, do it right” to everything in life, whether he’s building custom furniture and cabinets in his spare time, or supervising a team of subcontractors in your home. From demo to finish, Andy has the clear head, steady hand and attention to detail necessary to make any construction project run smoothly.
“I am thrilled to work for a company with such an amazing reputation for quality work.” – Andy
LIKES: Strong coffee and a spotless house. Rock climbing, backcountry skiing, and doing anything outdoors with his dog Henry. A comfortable pair of cowboy boots. Cheap beer, whiskey, and a good book.
DISLIKES: Crowds, traffic, and scratched sunglasses. People on their phones at the gym, or talking politics at a party. A messy job site.
More than meets the eye:
Andy grew up riding horses on a farm in Maryland, and lived for a time in Nebraska where he rode mules and horses across thousands of acres of shortgrass prairie. But his biggest ride of all time (and longest time in the saddle) was on his mountain bike in 2001, when he pedaled more than 3,000 miles from Canada to Mexico, crossing the Continental Divide 30 times to complete the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route – the longest off-pavement bike route in the world.
Andy is VERY good at what he does; he’s methodical, careful and attentive to details, highly productive, and good natured. – Ginger A.