Harwick Homes has added Kathryn Simpson as an assistant project manager today announced president Mark Smith.
Ms. Simpson and her family relocated from Portland, Oregon to Naples bringing more than 25 years experience in the construction industry. At Harwick, Ms. Simpson manages remodeling projects for the luxury custom homebuilder, maintaining standards and monitoring scope with project quality. She is a second-generation construction industry veteran who began her career working in her father’s construction company before moving onto larger construction companies where she became a superintendent and general contractor for private homes.
“Kathryn is a quality-driven construction and project manager with an advanced ability to understand customer needs plus an attention to details in providing superior customer service and client satisfaction,” says Smith. “She has a history of directing multiple projects concurrently to successful completion, using effective management and team collaboration,” he adds.
Previously, Ms. Simpson owned and managed Kat’s Crepes, an authentic creperie serving sweet and savory crepes with three storefront locations and three farmer’s markets in Portland, where she supervised a staff of 35 employees. Before that, she spent 20 years in the Atlanta construction industry working as a vice president of warranty and purchasing, chief financial officer, and comptroller/office manager for several homebuilding companies.
Ms. Simpson graduated from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia with a degree in accounting.
About Harwick Homes
Press coverage by WCG. Harwick Homes has been creating and remodeling homes of distinction in Southwest Florida for over 25 years, building new luxury homes priced from $1 million to more than $10 million in many of the region’s most exclusive neighborhoods and communities. The company also builds private residences on individual home sites along the Gulf of Mexico and offers full-service interior and exterior renovations, additions and space-planning services.