Chief of Operations
a young age of around 7 Steve Egan started hanging around the shop watching his
father work. His father, Matt, worked long hours in those early days. As time
went by, Steve started taking more of an interest in his father's work. Steve
became driven to show his father what he could do, even when his father thought
he was not yet ready.
when Matt was not around, Steve belt sanded a complete set of doors that were
in line to be laminated. Concerned for his son's safety, Matt didn't allow him
to use the heavy sander at that time. Upon his return, Matt was proud of Steve's
fine work and started to allow him to do much more in the shop than he had
previously permitted. In his drive to show his father the quality of his
workmanship, Steve hadn't realized he was not only working for his father but
for a customer as well.
To this day
Steve applies that same standard of craftsmanship onto every job he works on or
oversees, all with the same keen intuition his father instilled upon him over
30 years ago.