Meet the Team
Taylor is a B.C native and grew up in Victoria attending St. Michaels University. After a short stint in Montreal at Concordia University, Taylor went back to school to foster his passion for music at Harbourside Institute of Technology. Taylor has a strong appreciation for the arts having spent many summers in Europe on family trips to France and Italy. As a practicing artist himself, he finds inspiration from the works of Matisse and Picasso.
Taylor is also an avid golfer and played on team Canada in his younger years. As dedicated sportsman, Taylor’s love for working together as a team to achieve goals shows through in his strong committed work ethic. After meeting his wife, Andrea Rodman, a Vancouver Interior designer. Taylor found his way into the residential construction industry after over 12 years in the landscape construction business and has been working on award wining projects ever since.
Favourite quote: Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. ~ Ghandi
Ronald was born in Latvia, where he developed as passion for wood working started at a very young age. After High School, Ronald studied joinery and carpentry for four years at trade school in Europe and continued with his passion for creating and building, working as a custom furniture maker. With a keen need for adventure and travel, Ronald chose to move to Ireland and then Norway using his skills as a project manager on various construction projects. In Norway Ronald started his first construction company, working on large scale multi family developments, private homes and his own development projects by the age of 30. With a need to do some soul searching and personal growth, Ronald sold his business in Norway and hopped on a plane to travel around the world. In his own words he “partied in Europe, prayed in India and then found love in Vancouver”. After spending some time in Vancouver, Ronald met and married the love of his life and now calls Canada his home.
Favourite quote: "If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary." ~ Jim Rohn