Mike is a Project Manager, carpenter, and woodworker, who takes pride in every aspect of his craft, from a well organized jobsite, to a perfectly snug joint on a piece of custom-built furniture. After working as a cabinetmaker in a fine woodworking shop in his native Ontario, Canada, Mike moved to Washington, DC in 2014, where he began to widen his scope to residential remodeling. His knack for organization, ability to foster relationships with subcontractors and clients, and thorough understanding of the design-build process, helped him climb the ranks from Carpenter’s Assistant to Project Manager at one of the city’s most respected firms. Mike moved to Denver and joined the Factor team in early 2020 and is loving the challenge of learning the nuances of the industry in a new town. He’s comfortable managing multiple job sites ranging from powder room updates to “full gut” projects and additions – and does it all with intention and great music playing in the background.
Mike is originally from a suburb of Toronto, attended Providence College in Rhode Island on a Track & Field scholarship, and has traveled around the world. In his spare time, you can find him strumming a guitar, hiking in the mountains, engrossing himself in a new hobby, or on long-distance chats with family and friends.