I never thought of home building as a job; rather, a lifestyle--I live and breath it. My passion is architecture, design and construction. I find myself constantly looking at design details in every restaurant, building and residence that I experience. I am at my best when I am creating and constructing luxury homes it gives me a sense of accomplishment every day.
I got my start at Texas A&M school of Environmental Design and have worked as a designer and draftsman for Architectural firms, construction management, and custom home building. Honing my craft in the Dallas custom home building market, Highland Park and University Park neighborhood are home to some of my work. I've also owned my own construction company.
I gained valuable experience working with clients with sophisticated tastes and equally high expectations. I have experience in every phase of design and construction management which allows me to merge the two disciplines seamlessly. I've often been asked what would I do if I won the lottery, and I always answer without hesitation, "I would build custom homes".
Family is everything to me. The birth of my two daughters made me aware of how little I knew about life, they have been some of my greatest teachers about humility, empathy, morals and faith.
Kosta started his building career 28 years ago and worked in all aspects of the building trade from, Laborer, Superintendent, Estimator, to Project Manager. He's served as a Commercial Contractor, Framing/Drywall Contractor, Structural Steel Manufacturer, and has been a Division 10 Sales Owner. While the home building craft certainly runs through his blood, Kosta will often be found exploring new restaurants with his girlfriend or taking their two rescued hounds for a long walk. He's a Dallas Cowboy fan through and through and would buy stock in Buc'cee's Beef Jerky if offered. Contact Kosta any time firstname.lastname@example.org or 830-865-1601
Nick has been a licensed General Contractor since 1998, while he's worked in the industry since 1994. His career has varied in many aspects of the building trade, although he graduated from college with degrees in Accounting and Finance. After working for a CPA firm for four years, the variety of the building trade captured his attention and he found a home in this industry. Nick enjoys mentoring and coaching, and has served the Special Olympics as a Golf and Softball coach since 2004. He is a family man at heart and is happy to raise his two girls in Hill Country along with his lovely wife. Nick is an outdoorsman and can often be found hunting. He's an avid Cowboys fan and celebrates life by diving into Texas BBQ and craft beer.