Mark founded Century Interiors, and today he specializes in project supervision, organization, estimation, client relations, project development, and sub-contractor supervision. He has been working in this field for nearly 30 years. Outside of work, Mark enjoys volunteering as a coach for his daughter’s soccer league and (not surprisingly) working around the house. He also loves riding his WaveRunner®, relaxing with his family, exercising, and manning the grill.
Bob specializes in interior painting and has worked in this field for 30 years, gaining experience in both commercial and high-end residential settings. He joined Century Interiors in 1993 as a painter and has recently become a project manager. His customer-focused approach with regard to quality and cost makes him a perfect fit for the residential client. With regard to large scale projects, Bob serves as a great site manager scheduling and working with multiple tradesmen and implementing blue print details. In his free time, Bob enjoys golfing and fishing at Pymatuning Lake and spending time with his family.
Matt brings with him two decades of experience in residential renovation. Beginning as a painter in high end residential settings, he developed an eye for detail. Acquiring project management experience through the years and many home renovations, Matt easily transitioned to frontline supervisor: directing work, team members, and subcontractors. Client communications being a strong attribute of Matt’s, he has contributed to building long-term client relationships for Century Interiors. Personally, Matt is enthusiastically involved in his son’s sports activities and enjoys spending time with family.
Ed got his start as a carpenter building custom homes in the South Heights of Chicago around 30 years ago. Since then, he has worked in high-end residential construction all over the country. He joined the Century crew in 2007. With Ed comes his 3 decades of expert level carpentry, job site leadership, and customer care. Ed takes pride in not only his work, but also the level care given to the clients throughout the projects. If he isn’t working, you may see Ed out at a local fishing hole, on the back 9 shooting to make par on the course, or playing some hoops on the hardwood.
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After graduating from California University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Business Administration, Matt ran his family’s restaurant for two years while renovating and leasing out offices downtown. He moved on to join Century Interiors and pursue what he loved to do most, high end remodeling. Matt joined Century’s team in 2016 and brought with him a systematic approach that allows him to yield a very organized, effective workflow. He removes inefficiencies on the job while constantly empowering himself to settle for nothing short of perfection. After a good day, Matt enjoys playing guitar, rock climbing and being active with his dog, Levi.
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