David was born and reared in British Columbia, spending his formative years in Prince George. Between high school and college, David worked in residential construction, framing houses & cribbing foundations. He finished his studies as an Engineering Design Technologist at the College of New Caledonia in 1999. David excelled in structural steel drafting and design, starting his own firm in 2004 after moving to Edmonton in 2001. In 2010 Dave turned his attention to the world of land survey, fulfilling an instrumental role in the building of mines, industrial sites and pipelines. Today, Dave marries his intimate knowledge of construction, design & land survey with his love for people and real estate.
David resides with his wife and two daughters in Gibbons, Alberta, which suits his lifestyle in suburban residential and country rural real estate. He's lived in Gibbons for the past decade where he transplanted from the northern suburbs of Edmonton. A product of beautiful British Columbia, the call of the wild is welcome to this factotum who basks the beauty of nature. David loves to hunt, hike, and ride his motorcycle, but as an introvert, he recharges with a good book or one on one conversations with a friend.
David’s Salesmanship style: David believes the best communicator is a good listener. When you want to sell or buy your house, you’ll probably want someone who will hear your needs, ask probing questions and communicate back the things which you state are important to you.
David's favorite quote is: "To be successful is to be helpful, caring & constructive; to make everything and everyone you touch a little better. The best thing you have to give is yourself." Author: Norman Vincent Peale.
Interests: Dave has also volunteered his time as a youth leader, board representative and general help at his local church.
Favorite Childhood memory: Summer camp, on horseback.
Fantasy Vacation: A Guinness in an English pub with a best friend.
Fun Fact: Dave's basketball jersey was "retired" when he graduated high school.
House hold Item I can’t live without: My phone! I recently went 2 months without a phone… It was like the dark ages!
Design Inspiration: "Function", I'm a practical guy, if it doesn’t have a function, it holds little value. I love multi-function concepts like a swiss army knife or a park bench that turns into a picnic table. The Tiny Home movement is a recent interest because of its requirement for highly functional innovation.