Ron grew up in a construction family, building homes and additions for family members as a teenager. Ron continued to hone his skills at the University of New Mexico. While pursing a program in Theatrical Design, Ron was the supervisor for the university fabrication shop. To assist in paying for his studies he then took his skills outside the theatre and began remodeling several of his professor’s homes. After graduation Ron continued the expansion of his construction knowledge at UCLA, where he completed their Construction Management certification program. Ron immediately excelled and began to be noticed. Prior to completing the program, he was recruited by a top High-End builder, and then again recruited to yet another top builder. Ron has led projects on both coasts, from 40,000 sqft residential homes, to educational facilities at CalTech University. Ron has a diverse background, is a natural leader, and can step into any project and immediately bring value. Among several private homes for confidential clients, Ron has also completed projects for the Altadena Town & Country Club, the Los Angeles Archdiocese, commercial showrooms such as Ann Sacks and Tips N Trends, as well as being construction advisor and On-Air carpenter for HGTV’s Color Correction television show for 3 seasons. Ron believes strongly in giving back to the community and has served on the Cal-Tech Children’s Center board of trustees, is a member of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, a member of the Westside Urban Forum, a member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, a recipient of the 2005 United States President’s Volunteer Service Award, and a former board director for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles.