When hiring a design/build company to perform an extensive home remodel, does it matter whether or not the owner and production manager are quoted in the local papers, industry magazines, or other media outlets on remodeling topics?
We think so! We think it speaks to the quality of our work and the strength of our reputation when people in our industry look to us as the experts. We love sharing our lessons learned with homeowners so they can have a better remodeling experience. We are humbled that our peers would look to us for insight. And we know that our team consistently produces beautiful results for our clients, on time and within budget.
Andy@markivbuilders.com | Office: 240-395-0400 | Mobile: 301-370-2873
Andy has 25 years of experience in residential construction. Andy has worked through all phases of new home building with firms such as U. S. Homes Corp. prior to venturing out on his own. Andy owned and operated Andy’s Additions for 15 years before joining MARK IV Builders. He is Certified Lead Carpenter (CLC) certified and the recipient of the 1st CLC Excellence Award from the NARI. He regularly speaks at various Builder’s Conferences and is the author of a bi-monthly article in Remodeler’s Magazine. Andy is involved in his local church and he coaches and umpires high school baseball in Montgomery County.
Every single home remodeling project is assigned a dedicated superintendent from start to finish. That makes MARK IV Builders unique in the design-build home remodeling industry in the greater DC region. Your superintendent is on the job every working hour. As the leader of the design-build team, he ensures all the moving pieces from plumbing to permitting are flowing according to schedule so that your project is completed on time and within budget. But more than that, the superintendent makes certain you receive the level of craftsmanship and excellence homeowners have come to expect from MARK IV Builders. He also is an expert communicator so you are never left wondering how your remodel is progressing.
Over the course of the last 35 years, Ron founded and managed two construction companies, both of which focused on residential remodeling and new home construction. After working as a contractor, he remained in the industry as an associate editor and research director for a software/publishing company that assisted builders.
Jim holds the Certified Lead Carpenter certification from NARI and has donated his time and experience to instruct CLC classes. He completed the Dale Carnegie Management and Leadership course, is a Certified Lead Paint Renovator and is Lead Abatement Certified. Jim was the owner of 3rd Generation Builders specializing in custom homes, additions and sundecks. Jim brings 40 years of experience to MARK IV in all aspects of residential building.
Bruce was a United Brotherhood of Carpenters union member, who has worked in commercial and residential construction for a little over 30 years.
Before transitioning to the MARK IV Builders, Bruce owned and operated a small licensed construction company for more than 15 years, supervising small groups of men specializing in all types of carpentry.
Ken comes to MARK IV as a jobsite superintendent. Ken owned his own home improvement business for 18 years specializing in interior trim and specialized carpentry along with some spec houses on the eastern shore.
Ken has been married 17 years with 2 sons and 2 daughters and now spends as much time as he can with his 4 granddaughters. A lifelong hunter, Ken is always on the lookout for deer and goose. Ken started out in the Navy as an aviation sheet medal mechanic
Will retired from the Post Office. Lifelong DC native with 3 kids and 3 grandkids and has been married to his blushing bride for 18 years. Will and his family love to go bowling whenever they can and occasionally he will wander out to Crisfield for some rockfish and spot fishing.
Robin Mongold joined the MARK IV Builders team in its Cabin John, MD headquarters in August 2016 as the office manager and bookkeeper. Robin came with more 20 years experience including a portion of that time in the construction industry. Robin is also an animal lover and has worked at a veterinary hospital and as a dog trainer.