Title: Project Manager
Joined STRITE design + remodel: 2019
“I’m not going to leave a client wishing they’d hired someone else — if I wouldn’t accept something for my house, I won’t accept it for our clients.”
At STRITE, a craftsman is truly a “jack-of-all-trades” — a construction problem solver with a broad range of skills to draw on when it comes to the daily challenges of executing a remodel plan. As such, Eric doesn’t have what one might call a “typical” day. He could be repairing a chimney, hanging sheetrock in a laundry room, or framing a new door. Starting as a craftsman Eric continued to build upon his skill set and is now a Project Manager.
Raised in San Diego, Eric’s family ran a heating & air conditioning business. Through this business Eric was first exposed to remodeling and general construction. Following high school he was hired by a manufacturing company specializing in tubing for nuclear and medical applications. He eventually served as a tool & die machinist (developing a new process for grinding carbide dies). His career path eventually led to five years working as a civilian contractor for the U.S. Navy’s Marine Mammal Program, during which time he constructed floating walkways, repaired docks, created pens for marine animals and facilities for veterinarians. Eric is married and has three daughters. He and his family moved to Boise in hopes of broadening their opportunities. On his first day in Boise he met with Matt Mundy and was offered a job.
Why my job matters
“I think STRITE hired me because they saw my potential for growth — and STRITE is an organization that likes to grow people. STRITE is such a solid company, and I love what I do. I think it shows in our desire to hold ourselves to a high standard that benefits the customer through the quality of the work we deliver.”
When not working
Eric spends a lot of time working in his garden, on his own remodel, and on his truck. When the opportunity presents he enjoys taking his family camping, fishing, and hiking. Eric and his family also love to attend and serve at their church.