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2022 Forty Under 40

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2022 Forty Under 40

The 11th annual Pro Remodeler Forty Under 40 list highlights the industry's shining future.

By Pro Remodeler Staff April 14, 2022
This article first appeared in the March/April 2022 issue of Pro Remodeler.

The remodeling industry’s ongoing challenges present only one option: adapt. Business as usual is just not going to work anymore. But what are the best measures to finding success? Our honorees answer that question here. One is developing an innovative construction method. Another changed their mindset to see doubled revenue. Some shifted processes for greater efficiency.

We are proud to present the Forty Under 40 Class of 2022 and glimpses into their triumphs. Rather than just adapt, this group is thriving. 


Meet the 2022 Forty Under 40 Awardees

Allyson Case Anderson, Integro Builders

Alena Brooks Blasio, B.A. Worthing, Inc.

Cole Matthew Brewer, Patrick Brewer Carpentry

Joshua Dean, Precision HomeCrafters

Jonathan Erskine, Alenco Home

Tom Houghton, Bearded Builders

Jake Harris, Jerry Harris Remodeling

Josiah Kessie, Innovative Restorations

Christine Kosoff, Colorado Kitchen Designs

Alexis & Montae Russell, Russell General Contracting

Hilary Moore, Martha's Vineyard Construction Company

Thomas Schultz, Schultz Kitchens and Baths

Ken Smith, Anything Home

Heather Tankersley, Tankersley Construction


Enrique Covarrubias, Marrokal Design & Remodeling

Ryan Cullinen, Allen Construction

Ali Doskocil, Medford Remodeling

Jonathan J. Janacek, Janacek Remodeling

Casey Marks, Marks Building Company

Jay Shah, Dreamstyle Remodeling


Alicia DeCosta, Mountainwood Homes

Emily DeMarco, Bellweather Design-Build

Jade Glover, System Pavers

Bonnie Kelley, Renaissance Remodeling

Shauna Leavitt, NEWPRO Home Solutions

Megan Montgomery, 1st Choice Home Solutions

Leslie Eiler, CRD Design Build

Jaclyn Jensen, Normandy Design Build Remodeling

Meagan Monroe, Kasper Custom Remodeling

Carlie Lundsten, Renaissance Remodeling

Jason F. Miller, Jason Miller Design & Rendering

Claudia Pop, Advance Design Studio

Ashley Rowe, J&R Construction

Allison Scott, Nip Tuck Remodeling

Lars Blazina, Pathway Design & Construction

David Callahan, CRD Design Build

Halley Rojas, Classic Home Improvements

Jason Taylor, VanderBeken Remodel

John Vendafreddo, Hogan Design and Construction

Scott Weaver, Liston Design Build



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