Starting work in the construction industry in 2009 as a young laborer, I quickly grew a passion for carpentry.
After completing my NVQ courses at college and with a small amount of experience under my belt, i set myself up to become a sole trader, working alongside a team of experienced carpenters, I honed my woodworking craft over the years and dedicated my focus on achieving the highest quality of work possible.
After learning all I could with the team I decided to leave, and began my own journey as a solo carpenter. I found myself working on a number of high spec projects, building relationships with companies and creating a good reputation for myself. Of those relationships, I was given the opportunity to become a site manager and run full projects by myself.
Being in control of large-scale projects at the age of 21 I found myself extremely keen to gain more knowledge of other trades, and a deeper understanding of the industry. Years passed and I grew a deeper love for construction and my career as a manager evolved.
However, I missed the craft as a carpenter. Telling people how to carry out work was not as enjoyable as completing the task myself. So I decided to hand in my notice at work, pick up the tools again, and started to build my own company.
I have been able to take on high detailed projects and compete them to an excellent standard, enjoying every step of the way.