Our Employees

Our staff of skilled carpenters, designers, managers,
and cabinetmakers are the cornerstone of our success.

The TDS family culture empowers our team to exceed your expectations with creative problem solving, open and honest communication and the utmost respect for your home environment.

When you work with us, you collaborate with a team whose creative solutions fit your home’s individual style and whose specially trained builders assure you a craftsman standard of construction. Throughout, you have a partner who focuses not just on the end product, but also on your experience, from reliable communication to the respectful treatment of you and your home.

Join Our Team

We are looking for energetic, driven, and positive individuals to join our award-winning team of experienced craftspeople.

Ben Blodgett

Owner

Christi Weber

Design Manager

Nancy Kaiser

Design Manager

Tanya Rucinski

Accounting & Office Manager

Jackie Matelski

Selections & Client Manager

Ian Schwandt

Project Developer

Sean Size

Production Manager

Kevin Kovacs

Lead Carpenter

Kevin Hayes-Birchler

Lead Carpenter

Alex Bartlett

Lead Carpenter

Martín Gutiérrez

Lead Carpenter

Jim Papadopoulos

Carpenter

Emlyn Jones

Carpenter

Elliot Samuel-Lamm

Carpenter

Sam Breidenbach

Former Owner/Consultant

"Your carpenter did an incredible job – with carpentry/craftsmanship as well as coordination, communication, and respect and care for our home throughout the process. The construction process and the outcome really couldn’t have been better. (The designer) was also very helpful in finalizing design details and decisions."

David

"We really enjoyed working with (all your staff). But working with (our lead carpenter) on a day to day basis was the icing on the cake. He was always so professional, calm, and just a nice guy to work with."

Kevin & Phil

"Thank you for the excellent planning and execution throughout. We’re looking forward to our next project with TDS!"

Carl & Eve

Ready to move forward on your remodeling project?
Let’s get started.