In this episode the guys finally catch up with Byron Brooks the f***er, sorry builder, who built Ken’s new house and learn about the creative side to the construction industry that is more than simply hard hats and work boots. Byron talks about his philosophy of craft building with Brookwright Developments leadership lessons learnt running a small business, the company’s links to microbrewing and his networking group Builders & Brews.
Brookwright Developments are design conscious carpenters who are energized by the idea of helping homeowners and architects realize their vision. They’re individuals who have been drawn together by a quest to fashion tangible things with their hands and the desire to create quality results every day. They have a combined 220 years of thoughtful craftsmanship.
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