With 40+ years of construction experience, it’s fair to say that Larry knows how to deliver a project. Add to that his life-long love of building – he’s the fourth generation in his family to work construction. “I love every part of my job. I like looking back at the finished product, remembering each aspect and phase, and the people it took to get there.” Larry focuses on the basics of a good job: Safety of the crew and the general public, schedule and quality. His crew will tell you that there’s another thing on his list: Professionalism, a trait he strives to instill in each person on the jobsite. It’s important to Larry because of the experience he’s had growing in his career. “From the time I was a first period apprentice until the time I took a job as my own, I’ve had tremendous mentors. I still learn each day from people on the job.” When you meet Larry, you can help but notice that he cares about others. In addition to mentoring his team, he lends his talents to Habitat for Humanity and his church’s outreach efforts. Off the jobsite, Larry can be found hitting the open road with fellow members of the Christian Motorcyclist Association or exploring the outdoors with his beloved grandchildren.