Having served as FBN’s president for more than 20 years, Bob has helped grow the company into one of the premier residential construction and remodeling organizations in the greater Boston area and developed a reputation for transparency, high quality craftsmanship, and nearly unparalleled customer service among general contractors. Throughout his tenure heading FBN, he’s tried to make client satisfaction his top priority. To this effect, he introduced the revolutionary business model of giving his clients full control of budget and project decisions, believing that the contractor’s job is just to provide the clients with all the necessary information to make those decisions and then implement them to the highest standard. Under his leadership, FBN has grown from $750,000 in annual revenue to more than $10 million and won dozens of local and national awards. Personally, Bob has won both Builder of the Year and Remodeler of the Year from the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB); been honored at an American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) gala for his contributions to the association; won a community service award from the International Furnishings and Design Association; earned a President’s Citation from the ASID President; and served as president of the BRAGB for 2015-2016. After graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy, Bob decided to travel across the U.S. and work in Europe for two years instead of attending college, a decision he still regards as one of the most rewarding he’s ever made. After returning to the U.S., he worked his way up from dishwasher to manager at the popular 33 Dunster Street restaurant in Harvard Square where he began to develop his philosophy on the importance of customer service. After entering the construction industry as a carpenter in the early 1980s, Bob quickly rose to become president of BEEM Construction in 1987 and then became the head of the growing FBN team in 1995. He enjoys FBN’s fun, collaborative atmosphere and heading a team that is incredibly easy-going about pretty much everything except customer service. Bob tries to ensure that every client trusts that he and his team always have their best interests at heart. The best part of his job is proving daily that nice guys don’t always finish last. When he’s not helping his clients build their dream homes, Bob loves to travel and spend time with his wife and family and play golf with friends, though he enjoys when people put their trust in him perhaps more than anything else. He also supports causes including cancer research, human rights and equal opportunity, and ethics in business.
Chris has been working in construction for over 30 years and has significant experience not just in executive-level management but in practicing carpentry himself as well. He has built a wide variety of projects over his career—many of them while he was the owner of Aztec Construction, Inc.—including historic mill conversions, large production multi-family units, low-rise and mid-rise commercial buildings, and specialized commercial facilities such as cleanrooms, labs, and testing rooms. He then narrowed his focus specifically to high-end residential construction and renovation and became a Principal and Operations Manager of BayPoint Builders Corp., growing BayPoint from a start-up to one of Boston’s larger residential builders and remodelers. Chris studied at Northeastern University and the Boston Architectural College, and he is OSHA and EPA Lead Certified and has a Construction Supervisor’s License. His interest in civics and leadership led him to become a member of the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB), the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), and other professional organizations, and he served on the Clinton, MA Zoning Board of Appeals for 24 years as well as on three school building committees. Chris finds the day-to-day interaction with his colleagues incredibly enjoyable, especially in the context of FBN’s supportive and collegial but challenging culture. He also enjoys sharing the wealth of experience he has accumulated over his career by mentoring some of his younger colleagues. For Chris, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing a client’s joy and satisfaction upon completion of a project. When he’s not satisfying clients or fulfilling any of his civic duties, Chris enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, cycling, mountain biking, running, and swimming.
Larissa’s work at FBN is dynamic and constantly evolving. She creates and implements project estimates and budgets, provides anticipated and ongoing cost updates to both our team and to our clients to keep everyone informed and on the same page. The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston has recognized Larissa for her work several times over the past decade. Most recently, they presented her with the Executive Officer Appreciation Award in 2015 and naming her the Rising Star of the Year in 2014. Prior to working at FBN, Larissa briefly worked for an interior design company in Florida and graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Larissa enjoys that FBN has become like a family to her with years of having fun with her coworkers while attending award shows and going on company summer outings. She strives to carry this culture into her relationships with clients, architects, consultants, and subcontractors. This allows her to help FBN's clients relax while we realize their vision for their dream home. When she’s not crafting and maintaining project budgets, Larissa enjoys traveling, advocating for animals, and horseback riding.
Bob is one of FBN’s partners and serves as the head of production. In this role, he works directly with FBN’s teams in the office and in the field as well as with homeowners to maintain project budgets and schedules. Bob has accrued a wealth of construction expertise after working in the industry for more than 30 years, and the projects he has managed have ranged from small bath upgrades to the construction of an 8,000-square foot homes, the complete renovation of a large estate, and several Rebuilding Together Boston projects. Bob is OSHA and Lead Paint Certified, and he is also a Certified Graduate Remodeler. The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston recognized his work in 2014 with the Gold PRISM Award for Project Manager of the Year. Bob worked as a laborer for a local builder during the summers while he was in high school and found his calling in constructing and renovating high-quality homes. After graduating, he began working full-time and learned every aspect of carpentry from frame to finish. Over the course of his career, Bob has learned the importance of being patient in starting projects and developing them thoroughly first to allow better control of both budget and schedule, and he still learns from his talented colleagues every day. When he’s not overseeing projects, Bob loves to play guitar, go to Patriots games, and vacation at the beach, not to mention his voracious crossword puzzle addiction.
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FBN’s carpenter for Custom Services, Paul is committed to high-quality and detailed workmanship. Paul holds a BA in Philosophy and Creative Arts. This creativity can be seen in his background, as before joining FBN, Paul was the floor lead at Mystic Scenic Studios Scene Shop and a supervisor at Boston University Theater. Paul loves detailed work and strives to execute his jobs with the precision necessary to maximize the utility and elevate the aesthetics of each element. Paul appreciates the skills and support of his team and finds his role in Custom Services to be a great fit. In his role, Paul is encouraged and supported to continue learning and refining his skills. He has fun on the job exchanging strategies and sharing skills with coworkers. Away from carpentry, Paul has an affinity for science and enjoys hiking, rock-climbing, and visiting the Museum of Science in his area.
As FBN’s Construction Superintendent, Whitney is skilled at communicating with a wide variety of social groups and reaching consensus regardless of the situation. He is known for contributing to FBN’s relentless work ethic and willingness to please. Before joining the FBN team, Whitney and his wife successfully operated a 160-year-old sport camp, Lakewood Camps, for 16 years. He also has a background in woodworking, having worked for Crocker Boatyard in Manchester by the Sea, prior to his role at FBN. During his time there, he made three wooden sailboats from the ground up. In his free time, Whitney is a fantastic fly-fisher, with national recognition. He was once featured in Fly Fishing Magazine with John Randolph. As the construction superintendent, Whitney fosters a sense of camaraderie at the job sites and appreciates the approachability of his team. His favorite part of the job is getting to know the owners of each project to learn about their success. He also cherishes the personal interaction with his terrific coworkers and clients who inspire him to perform at a high level each day. On a typical Sunday, Whitney can be seen out taking his dogs for a walk with his wife, coffee in hand.
Daylin is a Site Superintendent with FBN who is additionally completing his Electrical Engineering degree at Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. In 2019, Daylin completed his Associate's degree in Civil Engineering and graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Shore Community College. Before joining the FBN team, Daylin held the position of Vice President at W & R Carpentry Inc. from 2017-2021. He has been able to bring his past education and experience to the role along with his skills of punctuality and organization. Daylin believes having transparency with clients and employees is the key to a successful company. This is shown through the top notch service that Daylin provides to customers in his role. One of Daylin’s most appreciated aspects of his role at FBN is getting to meet and help people. As a Site Super, he is able to be part of the organizational perspective as well as the production perspective which gives him the chance to work in both environments. Daylin is also very appreciative of the respectable and close-knit work environment that FBN provides. On a personal note, Daylin’s hobbies include playing the guitar and tinkering with small robots that he builds himself.
Peter has enjoyed a long and successful career in construction management and brings decades worth of experience to his role as Vice President. He founded Woodbourne Builders Inc., a residential renovation company in the Boston area, with his lifelong friend Marc Murray, and he ran the company as its president for 31 years before he and Marc joined FBN’s team. Together they won numerous awards, including five Contractor of the Year awards from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry—for the Best Exterior of 2010, the Best Historic Renovation of 2010, the Best Interior of 2010, the Best Bathroom of 2012, and the Best Commercial Project of 2012—and the 2014 Remodeler of the Year Award from the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston. After graduating from Don Bosco Technical High School, Peter studied Building Construction and Architecture. Peter appreciates being surrounded by talented coworkers in a cooperative environment at FBN and how the company treats it clients just as it treats its own employees and trade partners. He promotes FBN at all business-related events and at every opportunity he gets. Apart from construction, Peter enjoys attending his kids’ sporting events and practicing with them as well as golfing, riding his motorcycle, and skiing. He also supports causes that address the environment, substance abuse, and homelessness.
John has been honing his carpentry skills since high school and has been building custom homes for more than a decade. Over his career, he has worked on projects ranging from small-scale home remodels to the complete construction of large custom homes, and his keen eye and perfectionist style complement his years of experience. John first started developing his skills doing landscaping at 13 and continued to work on projects for neighbors through high school, helping him realize how much satisfaction he gets from standing back and viewing what he’s built for someone and seeing their face light up during and at the end of a project. After graduating from high school, he was working at a gas station when he met a contractor who took him on as a laborer and helped him develop into a carpenter and then into a high-end construction supervisor. John enjoys the exciting work of building custom, unique homes for each project and the connection he builds with homeowners while working with them for months at a time, and he strives to involve his clients in site meetings so they know what’s happening each week. A natural outdoor person, John enjoys fishing, walking, and hiking with his dog and girlfriend as well as attending Patriots’ games and working on his own house and yard.
As the Home Care Client Manager, Jeff addresses various client needs to make sure that they are completely satisfied throughout the construction process. He began his career in the construction industry as a laborer for DC Construction Associates and then was quickly promoted to superintendent. He then transitioned into building relationships with clients as a Business Development Manager for ServiceMaster by Gilmore before joining the FBN team. Jeff studied for a few years at various colleges, including a period where he studied business at Assumption College. He enjoys working alongside his coworkers as well as golfing with them after work, and he has embraced the FBN mantra of always doing what is right by the client’s interests no matter how difficult. Jeff works to make sure that once someone becomes an FBN client, they’ll want to stay a client for life. Outside of the office, Jeff enjoys golfing, traveling, spending time with his family and friends, supporting Boston sports teams, and going to the beach, and he supports cancer and diabetes research. He is also excited to be getting married soon.
Shalini works at FBN with the project management team to ensure the success of many ongoing projects. She attended the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University, where she received a Design Excellence Award. Prior to joining the FBN team, Shalini was a Project Manager at Jill Litner Kaplan Interiors for over five years, where she provided high-end residential clients with full-service design solutions and oversaw complex construction projects through all phases. She loves the honesty, trustworthiness, and transparency of FBN as well as the fun, supportive environment, and she enjoys going on site for jobs. Shalini values preparedness and feels that thoughtful planning is important to any renovation or homeowner's decision. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, going to Red Sox games and concerts, and spending weekends in Portsmouth, NH. She supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation and St. Jude’s.
Greg joined the FBN team in 2013 with more than a decade of experience in the residential construction industry. Prior to working at FBN he worked as a Finish Carpenter for the Miley Construction Company and as a Project Super with FH Perry Builder. Over his career, he has worked on or managed a wide range of projects in the Greater Boston area, including additions, new homes, and large-scale remodeling. His extensive building knowledge combined with his ability to manage the intricacies of high-end residential construction and consistently complete projects on schedule and on budget earned him the 2015 Gold PRISM Award for Project Superintendent of the Year from the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston. Greg graduated from Brandeis University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Art History, with a focus in architecture, and studied in the North Bennet Street School Carpentry Program. He is also EPA Lead Certified and has his Construction Supervisor’s License. Before going into construction, Greg was exploring a career in design and architecture. Although Greg chose a more “hands-on” career path, he still enjoys participating in solving design challenges, and that interest and experience allows him to build and foster strong collaborative relationships with architects and designers. Greg is excited by the opportunity to build large and unique projects and he enjoys working alongside and laughing with his talented, honest, and “real” colleagues in FBN’s supportive and collaborative culture. Outside of the office, Greg can be found spending time with his family, riding trails on his mountain bike, or working on his house, which he is proud to have built himself.
Corinne was one of FBN’s earliest members and has been a key part of the office team for more than 20 years. She currently heads the company’s accounting department and oversees all day-to-day bookkeeping operations, working closely with Karen Birnbaum in this role. Corinne’s decades of experience give her unique patience and confidence to calmly and reliably tackle any challenge in the office. Corinne attended Framingham State University and Quincy College and After helping FBN grow over the course of her career, the company has become her “home away from home,” and the best part of her job is getting to work with colleagues that have become more like family members to her. In her free time, Corinne enjoys reading and supporting causes addressing veterans’ needs, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis, and she in fact originally wanted to be a sewing teacher.
Sejal joined the FBN team in 2014 bringing over two decades of project management and sales experience across multiple industries. She started her career in Product Management earning three Star Awards for Outstanding Performance at internet service provider Excite@Home and rising to Ruby Tier Rank as a pharmaceutical salesman at GlaxoSmithKline. Sejal grew up in California and earned her Bachelors degree in Integrative Biology from UC Berkeley. Before joining the FBN team, she worked as a Project Manager at Next Step Living, Inc. Sejal strives to help homeowners understand the renovation process and address their concerns to minimize stress. She enjoys being in a caring and cooperative environment at FBN and appreciates that it is “not the stereotypical contractor.” The best part of her job is facing down daily challenges and leaving clients happy and satisfied at the end of a project earning her the 2017 Gold PRISM Award for Rising Star. Sejal enjoys travelling, yoga, and spending time with her family and friends, and she supports causes addressing mental health and world hunger.
Regan boasts an exciting and varied resume of carpentry experiences with extensive experience in high-end production and management around the world. He started developing his carpentry expertise while growing up on a farm in southern New Zealand, earning his National Certificate in Carpentry there and building his first house at the age of 21. He went on to build a fully off-the-grid, self-sufficient vacation home near the Able Tasman National Park in New Zealand and won multiple New Zealand House of the Year awards while running high-end projects for InHaus, a construction company based in Nelson, New Zealand, building on some of the country’s most desirable coastal properties. Regan also helped build boats for two editions of the around-the-world Volvo Ocean Race and built racing yachts in Valencia, Spain. In addition, he spent three years living in and travelling through South America. Coming from an international background and having so many diverse construction experiences allows Regan to quickly adapt to the demands of any challenging situation or project, and he enjoys continuing to learn new skills in new environments and solving difficult problems on the job site. He also appreciates the wide array of jobs that FBN tackles and how they all have the common element of high-end finishing. Outside of work, Regan spends time with his wife and son, plays golf, and builds new things for his house, and he is passionate about green and sustainable building.
Dan works in the FBN office coordinating with the other project managers, clients, and designers to plan projects and keep them running smoothly. His ability to listen to clients’ needs and concerns and incorporate them into project planning and management makes him particularly effective. Dan enjoys problem solving with his team and appreciates having a well-coordinated group to work with. Outside of the office, Dan is an avid Patriots fan and sports enthusiast, and he has volunteered for the Special Olympics.
Dave has spent a large share of his 17 years of remodeling experience overseeing day-to-day operations on job sites. Prior to joining the FBN team, he founded and ran his own remodeling business where he maintained a 96% customer satisfaction rate as reported by Guild Quality Surveys. Dave graduated with a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Clemson University and then earned a Masters degree in Education from Wheaton College. He is also a Licensed Construction Supervisor. After running his remodeling business, he also served as a site supervisor at Landmark Services, Inc. But Dave particularly enjoys FBN’s business model, centered around establishing trust with their clients with an emphasis on doing the right thing at every step of the process. Recognizing that clients are generally more satisfied when they’re involved in the process, he tries to keep communication open with clients and include them in decision-making. Dave is happiest when projects are humming along, but also when he can walk away from a site knowing the project was built well. At home, Dave enjoys spending time with his three young children and playing the piano, and he supports programs for at-risk youth.
Charlene handles a variety of administrative responsibilities for FBN’s Home Care Division, assisting in intake, scheduling, and project tracking. Last year, the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston recognized her work with the Silver PRISM Award for being the Most Valuable Team Player. She brings more than three decades worth of organizational expertise across a variety of fields to her role at FBN, previously working as a real estate paralegal at a Boston law firm, earning the Secretary of the Year award while working at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and even serving as a certified medical assistant to a doctor early in her career. After graduating from Fontbonne Academy in Milton, MA, Charlene earned her Associate’s Degree from Aquinas Junior College before earning her Certified Legal Assistant Degree. As a proud mother herself, Charlene values the family-oriented culture of FBN and how the company tries to build strong relationships with each client and make sure they are completely satisfied with FBN’s work. She lives by the motto “treat others the way you want to be treated,” so satisfying clients genuinely pleases her. Outside of work, Charlene enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, reading, listening to music, and relaxing at the beach, and she is passionate about child welfare.
Wayne has more than 30 years of experience in the residential construction industry, with much of that spent in his current role as site superintendent running day-to-day operations on job sites. Before joining FBN, he worked for another high-end custom home builder in the Boston area for 11 years and ran his own building company for 10 years. Wayne got into carpentry right after high school, and of all the experiences he has had in construction since then, he has enjoyed being a member of FBN’s close-knit and cooperative team the most. His attitude when it comes to helping clients figure out how to achieve their vision is, “let me know whatever it is you need and I will make it happen.” Off the job site, Wayne enjoys working on his own house, vacationing with his family, and supporting environmental causes, and he speaks French after growing up learning French before English.
Kevin has been part of the FBN team for 18 years and has handled several responsibilities and worked on various kinds of projects. His ability to frequently complete projects ahead of schedule and under budget earned him the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston’s Silver PRISM Award for Site Superintendent of the Year in 2015. Kevin began developing his carpentry skills at his high school in Lowell and has been honing them ever since then. Over his career, he has worked with a diverse clientele and he enjoys getting to know each client to understand their vision for their home. Kevin also enjoys being a part of the FBN family and bonding with his colleagues at the company golf tournament and the annual Christmas Party. When he’s not on the job site, Kevin likes to play golf, spend time with his family, and work on his own home.
Stephen has played a number of roles over the course of his 16 years on the FBN team. He manages day-to-day operations and scheduling as a site superintendent and onsite coordinator and he also works in both rough and finish carpentry tasks. His fine carpentry skills, attention to detail, and project management have won him several PRISM awards, most recently garnering the 2014 Silver PRISM Award for Superintendent of the Year from the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston. After graduating from Exeter High School in Exeter, NH, Stephen was fortunate to get his start learning “old school” techniques from an experienced group of carpenters who taught him how to use the finest wood species to fabricate custom doors and windows and do architectural carving and millwork. His extensive carpentry expertise allows him and his team to handle any type of job or punch list, from minor residential maintenance up to the construction of large, high-end estates. Stephen appreciates the sense of camaraderie shared throughout each project not just among our team members but also with our subcontractors, designers, architects, and homeowners as well as they all work together to achieve a common goal. When he’s not honing his carpentry skills, Stephen enjoys organic gardening, reading about Native American cultural studies, and using drawing and writing as a creative outlet. He’s also an ardent supporter clean air, water, and food, and he’s been known to attend protests in support of these causes.
Bobby began his time at FBN at a young age, starting as a Carpenter and Laborer and building everything from suburban residences to high-rise condominiums. After graduating from Salve Regina University as Soccer Captain and with a degree in Business Management, he returned to FBN to work in Project Management before stepping into his current role as a Custom Client Services Manager. In his day-to-day, he provides personalized customer service to both new and existing clients to help them complete their dream projects. He loves turning clients’ visions into reality and forging meaningful relationships with everyone he works with, from his colleagues to his clients. Bobby brings a sense of balance and a dedicated work ethic to everything he does, so that no matter the project, he gets it done effectively, efficiently, and to the highest quality standards. He believes in honesty and transparency, which is why he believes FBN is a standout company—their transparency, attention to detail, and commitment to communication adds up to a business that truly looks out for their clients’ best interests. When he’s not working, Bobby can be found cheering on his favorite teams—the Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, and Bruins—playing basketball and soccer, or spending time with friends and family.
Ellen is a Custom Client Services Manager for FBN. She works with new and existing clients, designers, and architects on projects. She also manages projects, budgets, materials, and expectations of the customer. Ellen received her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management from Salve Regina University and spent twenty years working as a Kitchen & Bath designer. She has deep expertise in cabinet design and is extremely knowledgeable in cabinet & countertop manufacturing and fabrication. Ellen’s favorite aspect of her role at FBN is transforming a client's ideas into reality. She loves a challenge, so seeing the final project complete and the client happy is the best reward for her. Ellen appreciates the shared passion of construction and remodeling that the FBN team has and considers the team to be one of the most close-knit communities she knows of. She and the team are committed to being completely transparent with how they work, giving clients full confidence on who they are working with. Ellen especially loves meeting new people in the industry and making new connections. Away from work, Ellen’s hobbies range from spending time with family & friends, traveling, creating art, going to concerts and car shows, or cheering on Boston sports teams.
Michael is an Associate Project Manager at FBN. He loves all aspects of the job, but specifically the aspect of meeting and conversing with so many different people. He is a self-proclaimed “people person” and enjoys the team atmosphere of FBN. Before joining us, Michael was a golf caddy for six years in Hollywood, Florida. He even got a chance to caddy the European World Tour at the age of eighteen. At FBN, Michael excels in managing multiple projects and juggling many tasks at once. One of Michael’s most cherished aspects of the job is the willingness to help others and provide the ultimate best products and services to all customers. Away from work, Michael can be found playing endless rounds of golf and spending quality time with his family.
Larry is one of FBN’s carpenters who specializes in installing trim, doors, stairs, moulding and hardware. He also cuts, measures and joins the materials together. With these tasks comes a lot of problem-solving, which Larry has mastered. Prior to joining FBN, Larry worked under a site supervisor and spent time learning the management side of construction. He is now able to apply those skills to his current job. Some of Larry’s favorite parts about his position at FBN are: the opportunity to develop his skills as a carpenter facing new challenges everyday, knowing that there is room for growth, and feeling great knowing he is part of a good team. Larry contributes to being part of a good team by prioritizing efficiency and aiming to further his work ethic each and every day. Larry’s team is composed of incredibly down-to-earth individuals who are dedicated people that have great experience and knowledge in what they do. Larry would consider his job as a carpenter to be a hobby of his as well, due to the camaraderie in the work environment and his love for woodworking. In his free time, Larry spends time with his wife and two kids.
Matt first forayed into construction by founding his own construction company straight out of college. Matt operated that company for 13 years before joining the FBN team. With this significant experience in construction, leadership, and individual responsibility, Matt makes an excellent project manager. A notable accomplishment of his is that he built the first LEED-H* multi-family home in the U.S. Sustainability and the environment are causes close to Matt’s heart. Matt’s favorite thing about working with FBN is being able to engage with people and focus on building spectacular projects for his clients. The greatest joy of his position comes from personally delivering excellence for all FBN customers, in both the final result and the journey to get there. The biggest piece of advice he offers to homeowners is to find a builder who you truly trust. The process of your project needs to be comfortable and enjoyable for you, not just the final result. Matt graduated from Connecticut College in 2001 with a BA in Comparative Religious Studies. He enjoys spending time with his wife and their dogs, playing golf, and getting outside. His dream home has modern lines, lots of windows, and bold accenting. *LEED Certification is a globally-recognized symbol of sustainability in construction.
Bill brings decades worth of experience to FBN as a Site Superintendent. Before joining the team, he spent 12 years at a building and remodeling company. He has been recognized with a number of certifications and accreditations in construction and safety in the state of Massachusetts, speaking to his knowledge and presence in the industry. Bill takes pride in his attention to detail and finds his driving force the desire to give clients exactly what they want. He believes in prioritizing quality and recommends thinking long-term when designing and building. He has embraced FBN’s dynamic culture. He’s adaptable and thinks on his feet. He likes to keep an open mind when learning and enjoys collaborating with his coworkers at FBN. Before going into carpentry full-time, he worked as an EMT for Brewster Ambulance. Now, he’s enjoying the company of his FBN team, working on projects everyone is passionate about. He attributes his strong work ethic and morals to his parents, his biggest inspiration. Bill believes in doing the right thing and following through on commitments. Outside of carpentry, Bill is a family man, enjoys sports, and volunteers in his hometown, Norwood, MA. His two children, Erin and Liam, mean the world to him. He enjoys spending time with them and coaching them at various sports.
Steve is deeply knowledgeable in various aspects of construction and has been featured in Architectural Digest, a leading magazine in the interior design and landscaping industry. He brings many years of experience to the team, having worked at Aedi Construction and Woodmeister as a Site Supervisor. Being both a construction and a people person, he enjoys working with clients, alleviating their fears, and listening to their requests. He is determined to make his clients happy. This is also what drew him to FBN—their dedication to clients and their pride in creating good work that impacts the way people perceive, experience, and connect with their homes. It is not surprising to find Steve at some of the many FBN’s company events. He loves working and celebrating achievements with his colleagues. Steve is a family man. His parents are his biggest inspiration, to whom he attributes his strong work ethic and integrity. He is also a proud father of three sons. He believes in balance. He works hard, and makes sure to play hard too while spending time with his family. Steve loves the beach, so much so that if he had to choose a superpower, it would be the ability to fly, so that he could skip the typical beach traffic to and from the Cape. His dream house would be a cosy cottage by the water where he can wake up every morning to the smell of the sea.
Organized and detail-oriented, Sharon brings to FBN lots of experience in bookkeeping. Prior to FBN, She was an accountant for a real estate investment firm, an office and financial manager for a chamber of commerce, and worked 15 years for a non-profit that helped raise close to a million dollars for computers and technology for a school system. Sharon graduated from Bentley College with a BA in Accounting. With many friends from the tennis team, there is no doubt that Sharon is a team player. She enjoys working with her colleagues toward doing a great job for FBN’s customers. When not working, Sharon loves gardening, walking, and spending time with her family, especially her two grandsons whom she loves very dearly. She is a warm, outgoing person who gives her all to her work and the people around her, and whose inspiration comes from her best friend. Sharon believes in counting one’s blessings and being thankful. It is no surprise then that she’s currently living in her dream house, which recently got a new pool. She looks forward to enjoying her home even more with her friends and family.
Jeff made the exciting transition from field carpenter to estimator nearly a decade ago and brings to FBN a wealth of knowledge in the industry. He is passionate about helping clients bring their dreams to life. He is focused, organized, and adaptable—always ready to take challenges that might come in the way of meeting clients’ goals. Jeff enjoys change, and strives for excellence in FBN’s dynamic environment. He loves working with his coworkers. He believes that on top of being very disciplined and talented, they have an excellent sense of humor. When not working, you can find Jeff outdoors enjoying not only exercise like cycling, paddle boarding, and crew rowing, but also woodworking, gardening and beekeeping. Jeff’s dream house would have a light, airy interior, with a shop out back. Most importantly, it would have the best finishes, either in a modern or American craftsman style. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Arizona State University, and comes to FBN with experience as a professional modern and ballet dancer. Jeff believes in exploring, in looking deeper and in acting with precision, three strengths that come along with professional ballet experience.
Jonathan’s lifelong commitment to construction and carpentry began when he was just 12 years old, working summers and school vacations with his father. He is very knowledgeable about home renovation with several years of experience and his education in Building Construction from Manchester Community College, where he graduated with honors. This background serves him well at FBN Construction, where he can both tackle unexpected obstacles and demonstrate a high level of craftsmanship and manual labor. Jonathan enjoys learning from his coworkers’ decades of experience and he’s constantly embracing challenges and discovering new things. This appreciation for continuous growth is part of why he loves FBN Construction, where no matter how long you’ve been here, everyone is treated with the same level of respect. When Jonathan isn’t working, he loves to go trail riding on his motorcycle (a replacement for back when he used to race motorcycles) and working on restoring classic cars and diesel trucks. His dream house would be a small cabin in the woods designed to enjoy the present while sipping his favorite drink every morning: a large black iced coffee — yes, even in the winter. If he had to choose a superpower, it would be to read people’s minds which connects with his passion for helping homeowners discover and build homes that reflect what their hearts truly desire.
PMP Certified and holding a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Jordan and an MBA in project management from Southern New Hampshire University, Musab has had diverse education and work experience. Musab chose FBN Construction for its great reputation, professional coworkers, dynamic work experiences, and the pride that FBN takes in their high level of care that they demonstrate on all their projects. He attributes this to FBN being a place where everyone genuinely cares about their work and one another. It’s also a place where he’s always learning something new every day, improving his problem-solving abilities, and expanding his level of construction experience. As an Associate Project Manager, Musab believes in thorough planning prior to and during the construction process, he appreciates FBN’s collaborative environment and teamwork, and he strongly supports client-builder relationships that are built on trust and transparency. In his spare time, Musab enjoys reading about politics, history, and religion, mountain biking, and cooking!