Building is in our DNA
We take pride in our people, from the bottom up and the top down. Our team is passionate about building, solving problems, partnering with owners and design professionals, and approaching every situation with integrity and transparency.
Cameron has been working in construction since graduating with the first graduating class at Windsor High School in 1999. Starting first as a laborer, he soon branched out into many other facets of construction, doing everything from concrete to finish work. In 2014, to advance his career, Cameron obtained his general contracting license. When the opportunity to become an assistant superintendent presented itself in 2015, he eagerly took it, and soon progressed to working on multi-million-dollar projects as a superintendent. Cameron welcomes and enjoys the challenges of construction and utilizing his problem-solving skills. In his free time, Cameron enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, as well as playing guitar with his friends.
Bruce’s construction career started in high school, maintaining his father’s rental homes. After attending college at DePaul University, Bruce began working in the new home industry, both framing and trimming. With four years of drafting under his belt, an art background, and a serious interest in architecture, Bruce is equally well-versed in the design aspects of the construction business. He is passionate about outreach builds: rebuilding after Hurricanes Katrina and Ivan, building storage facilities for refugees in Sudan, and local involvement in Habitat for Humanity and Christmas in April. Bruce’s commitment to quality workmanship, honesty, professionalism, and integrity—not to mention his winning smile—make him a person you want to have on your team.
Aidan’s introduction to construction came at a young age, learning the basics of many trades through his dad. He quickly learned he had a passion for wood-working. Working as a finish carpenter for a high-end home builder, Aidan had some of the best carpenters in the business as mentors. After five years as a carpenter, he became interested in management, where he could utilize his superior communication and problem-solving skills to work with sub-contractors and help coordinate successful projects. Aidan feels very thankful to have had the past opportunities that have led him to the Wright Residential team. Being a part of a company driven by a collective goal of service to the community brings Aidan a whole new level of personal satisfaction to his career.
Todd began his career in the construction industry at the ripe old age of 17. Despite his youth, his ability to master the work – everything from joist to roof piece work, roofing, siding, and top to bottom framing – propelled Todd up the ranks. Promoted to foreman after only seven years in the trade, Todd spent the next 11 years as a foreman for a local framing contractor. Before returning to Sonoma County and joining Wright Residential, Todd worked as an assistant superintendent for a custom home builder in Marin.
After retiring his baseball glove, Jake learned residential framing from talented craftsmen throughout Sonoma County. He spent 16 years with a local framing company first as a framer and then a foreman overseeing framing crews. In the last five years, he has taken on the role of superintendent: building and remodeling homes throughout Sonoma and Marin Counties. Jake enjoys building a strong rapport with each family whose home he builds. When not overseeing the construction of dream homes, he enjoys spending time with his family, surfing, and bike riding at Annadel State Park.
Known around job sites as Johnny, John started swinging a hammer as a laborer at the age of 16. John has held roles in carpentry, concrete, and finish trim crews. Planning the details of every project is a passion for John. It is this passion that allows him to excel at not only the day to day running of a job but also assisting the superintendent by managing designated field activities of employees and subcontractors. When he’s not preparing for fatherhood, John is hitting birdies on the golf course or biking the roads of Sonoma County.
Building on over 20 years of supervisory framing work, Kit brings a wealth of expertise to his role as assistant superintendent. He can effectively collaborate with the superintendent, project manager, and contractors to develop and execute construction workflow and procedures. When Kit isn’t on the job site, he is watching the best team in football, the 49’ers, or with his wife cheering on his two young daughters.
Assistant Project Superintendent
Sergio grew up in Healdsburg, where he started his career in the tile business as a laborer for a construction company. Sergio is passionate about what he does for Wright Residential as an assistant superintendent. And, he loves to see smiles on his clients’ faces when their house is complete. He is married to a beautiful wife and is the proud father of a fifteen-year-old daughter and newborn twins. In his free time, Sergio loves spending time outdoors and taking hikes with his dog Kali.
After graduating high school, Tim began his construction career working for a cement contractor for four years before founding Miller West Development with his brother. Their work focused on building ground-up spec homes for family members and private clients. When his brother moved to Washington State, Tim started Tim Miller Builder as a B-licensed contractor, completing new construction and high-end remodels for 35 years. With his vast experience in foundation work, Tim joined Wright Residential as our Concrete Superintendent overseeing all concrete crews. When he’s not overseeing our team of concrete professionals, Tim enjoys golf, water sports (on Lake Shasta) and, now that his kids are grown, traveling with his wife.
Finish Carpentry Superintendent
Hector is the champion of Wright Residential’s culture of quality for all project team members and subcontractors. With a background in carpentry, Hector specializes in interior details and oversees all of Wright Residential’s finish carpentry work.