After his first construction project, a tree house when he was a kid, Aaron knew he was onto something. In between building that tree house and founding Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc. and 415 Remodeling, Inc., Aaron worked for his father manufacturing speakers in the car audio industry. There he developed his instincts for business, and went on to earn a business degree from Sonoma State University. Following graduation he worked as a stage hand and set builder and in his spare time worked on small construction projects. The projects became larger and more frequent until Aaron eventually decided to get his general contractor’s license and combine his passion for building with his passion for running a business. He has never looked back. When he’s not working Aaron spends time with his wife and son, goes camping, plays tennis, and thinks business.
Bill began his professional career as a real estate appraiser in the mid-80’s after graduating from University of Colorado. He took a break from real estate to help develop several successful internet start-ups, but after surviving the dot-com crash of 2001, Bill made a deliberate shift back to the more tangible world of houses and remodeling. For him, almost nothing is more satisfying than helping his clients increase their property values while dramatically improving their quality of life. He and Aaron Gordon shared a vision of creating a high quality and service-oriented design/build team in San Francisco and from there 415 Remodeling, Inc. was born. In his free time Bill rides road, mountain and x-cross bicycles and enjoys outdoor activities with his wife, Renee.
As Chief Financial Officer, Brian oversees all financial obligations such as contracts, subcontracts, payroll, systems and software for all projects, he also regulates contracts between 415 Remodeling, subcontractors, vendors, and clients before a job begins. To keep 415 Remodeling running smoothly he tops off his responsibilities by managing all employee benefits from health insurance to 401K plans. When he isn’t balancing a budget Brian, California born and bred, can be found rooting for the Giants, 49ers, or Warriors teams.
As the Accountant for 415 Remodeling, Inc. Eduard plays an integral role in keeping 415 Remodeling, Inc. running smoothly. He manages payroll and keeps the general ledger in order, while continually interacting with clients and subcontractors to make sure contracts are in order and everyone is on the same page. When he is not crunching numbers, Eduard enjoys rock climbing, photography, and carving canyons on his motorcycle.
When you hire 415 Remodeling, Inc., you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with Rebecca to get the job done. Rebecca works closely with each of our clients from project development through design management to ensure that projects are executed according to design. She brings conceptual ideas to life through space planning, material selection, and client guidance. Rebecca is present on site to manage the project with a designers eye; and to make sure our in field team has everything they need. In addition to being a master planner and client guru, Rebecca finds inspiration in outdoor adventures and travel. In between hiking and backpacking, she enjoys boxing and playing volleyball.
Growing up observing her mom’s work in retail construction, Hayley was naturally drawn to construction and design as a career. She loves merging creative project concepts with practical parameters like interior construction and lighting while accounting for future furnishings. Hayley’s superpower is to overcome any building challenge by gaining all the information needed to accomplish the construction/building goal. Once an idea is set in stone, she drafts a detail plan to share with each client. Not only does she design, but Hayley oversees the permitting process to ensure each project is up-to-code and compliant during and at the completion of the remodel. When she’s not designing, Hayley stays inspired by traveling, developing film in the dark room, and painting.
Joro Petrov Moray, Superintendent for 415 Remodeling, Inc., immigrated from Bulgaria at the age of 21. Joro fondly remembers working as a boy alongside his grandfather to help build the family’s summer house. Even at the young age of 10, Joro knew he would follow in his grandfather’s footsteps and make a successful career in residential construction. He started as a carpenter and continued as a foreman and General Contractor. Now as Superintendent, Joro oversees teams of experienced builders, supervises production quality, and upholds client satisfaction. Outside of work, Joro enjoys time with family and friends near the beautiful coast of Pacifica, and is also a gifted musician and artist.
Brandon grew up spending summers helping out his father, a General Contractor. The more time he spent on finish carpentry, the more he found he loved the high-level of precision and focus it required. With 10 years of carpentry experience under his belt, Brandon makes a great foreman – he knows how to take initiative, solve problems on the fly and bring the project to fruition. What makes Brandon tick outside of managing jobsites is a beautiful hike or a leisurely float on his 17-foot boat out on the Sacramento River.
Emsad spent many years in Bosnia building his construction skills. When he migrated to the U.S., he wanted to put his abilities to good use and found 415 Remodeling, Inc. to be a great fit. He’s good at, well, kind of everything especially finish carpentry. When he’s not building things, he spends time traveling and exploring.
Senad comes to 415 Remodeling, Inc. with over 25 years of construction experience in both the US and Bosnia. His skills and knowledge as a craftsman are well suited to 415 Remodeling, Inc. projects and Senad is great at remodeling kitchens and bathrooms, especially finished carpentry. Look for Senad on the soccer field when he’s not building your new kitchen or bathroom.
Nathaniel discovered construction in the summer of his 15th year and he never looked back. He loves general carpentry and has a passion for finish carpentry. In Nathaniel’s free time he likes to read, garden, and watch Doctor Who.
Angel has worked in the construction industry for 15 years. He got his start in El Salvador and brought his years of concrete and tile experience with him to the U.S. His main interests and specialty now is in sheetrock, painting, framing and finish carpentry. To relax Angel likes to go fishing with his son.
Miguel likes to work with his hands and he likes work that requires vigilance and focus. Sixteen years ago he discovered construction and it was a perfect fit. Over the years he’s developed an affinity for finish carpentry which works great for us and our clients! In his off time you’ll find Miguel and his family in any of San Francisco outdoor parks or maybe he’ll be planting something new in his own backyard.
With over 16 years of experience in the construction business, Rigo has become an expert in many facets of construction: framing, finish carpentry, painting, and sheetrock. He originally got his start working on small construction jobs in Nicaragua and got hooked on working with his hands. In his free time Rigo loves to spend time with his family and go to church.
Mario was inspired by his father to pursue work in the construction business. He likes all aspects of carpentry, but in particular is inspired by working on the finishing stages that the clients can see and appreciate. In Mario’s downtime you can find him camping on the coast and casting a line in or on a Frisbee golf course flinging disc’s around. So long as he’s outdoors, he’s a happy guy.