Owner, Bryan Rubek has had the construction bug since high school. Three years of drafting classes created more than just a passing interest in the construction industry. Bryan found the transition from a two dimensional drawing into a three dimensional reality amazing, and so a passion began.
Bryan began his construction career right out of high school in 1988 when he began working for a framing company. Bryan quickly became lead carpenter and crew foreman. After four years, at the age of twenty-three Bryan decided to start his own framing company.
As time went on he acquired more knowledge on the total aspect of residential construction and general contracting. In 1997 he added residential general contracting to his business. He then designed and built his first home and loved it. For the next seven years he would go on to build multiple homes while continuing to grow his framing business.
In 2005 Bryan decided to take a job as project manager/superintendent for a high end home builder. He was involved in multiple street of dreams projects and had the opportunity to work in a variety of both architectural and interior design styles. It was during this time that Bryan was able to refine his own style.
He also learned first-hand the importance of the planning stage, the design stage and the communication that must exist between customer, architect, designer and builder. He saw how pivotal it was as a builder to get all of these concepts to work together. Most importantly he learned the importance of customer service not just during the building but even more so, once the project was complete.
After six years Bryan was anxious to be back on his own and so in 2011, he took with him the knowledge and experience he had acquired and broke ground on Conceptual Ventures Inc. DBA Conceptual Custom Homes.
Bryan is passionate about building but even more so his greatest professional desire goes right back to those high school drafting classes…seeing his clients two dimensional dreams and ideas come to life in their new custom home.