Shane Klepko, president of Harwick Homes, today announced the luxury custom homebuilder and remodeler won a prestigious 2021 Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence. Of 102 total award recipients nationwide, Harwick Homes is the only homebuilder in Lee and Collier counties to receive a 2021 Chrysalis Award; it is one of only three Florida-based builders among this year’s winners.
It is with profound sadness we share with our dearest friends and family that Mark Smith, previous Harwick Homes owner, immediate past president and board member, passed away Tuesday, February 23 after a valiant and honorable battle with Cholangiocarcinoma.
Mark was a leading member of the Harwick team since 1993, where his diligent attention to detail helped the company receive numerous national, regional and local accolades for its projects. He sincerely appreciated being with people and building lasting, enriching relationships with clients and colleagues. Mark enjoyed spending time with Vicky, his wife of more than 30 years, and daughters Paige and Taylor at the beach, restoring cars, boating, sailing, skiing, and ﬁshing. We are grateful for the time we shared with him.
Mark will be greatly missed by everyone at Harwick Homes, and we humbly extend our deepest condolences to Vicky, Paige, Taylor, and the entire Smith family.
Remembrances may be made in the form of charitable contributions to Captains For Clean Water, 2031 Jackson St., Fort Myers, FL 33901.
In the 1980’s, Harwick Homes began taking on projects as a small custom homebuilder with one employee. The company built a small number of residences in Imperial Golf Estates, a 700-acre gated enclave of luxury homes in a coveted North Naples location just minutes from the beach.
According to President Shane Klepko, within the past 10 years Harwick has evolved into building and remodeling homes, as well as providing estate management services in the area’s largest, most notable master-planned communities including Bonita Bay, Grey Oaks, Mediterra and Estuary at Grey Oaks. Read More
Harwick Homes was the recipient of five 2020 Sand Dollar Awards during the annual awards ceremony presented Saturday, Oct. 24 by the Collier Building Industry Association Sales and Marketing Council (SMC).
The custom homebuilding and remodeling company was honored with two awards for its recent Mediterra project: Product Design of the Year for a Single Family Home $5,000,001+ ($9,000,001-$11,000,000) and Best Outdoor Living Area for a home in the $5,000,001+ category ($9,000,001-$11,000,000).
Harwick Homes was recently recognized with three Silver Aurora Awards for two of its Naples residences. The Florida Home Builders Association bestowed honors to Harwick’s Mediterra and Caxambas Bay projects for Best Custom Home 6,000-8,000 Square Feet; the Mediterra project also received a Silver Aurora Award for Best Interior Detailing of a Home priced over $2 million.
Harwick Homes today announced the appointment of Peter Brochin to superintendent.
“We are very pleased to have Peter join our team,” said Mark Smith, Harwick Homes President. “His decades of leadership and experience, combined with his diligent and successful work on highly complex projects, will make him a true asset to our team.” Read More
Luxury custom homebuilder and full-service remodeling firm Harwick Homes recently announced the appointment of Lourdes Opperman to the position of controller. Read More
Harwick Homes recently announced the elevation of Shane Klepko to a partnership role within the company, effective immediately.
Klepko, a construction industry veteran, serves as vice president for the luxury custom homebuilder and full-service remodeling firm.
Luxury custom homebuilder Harwick Homes has added Len Chardo as a superintendent.
In this role, Chardo’s primary responsibility is maintaining well-organized and productive job sites and ensuring client satisfaction, as well as the scheduling, coordination, and management of subcontractors. Chardo will work closely with Harwick project managers to make sure projects are completed on time and efficiently. Read More