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.
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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
Shane Klepko, partner and vice president of Harwick Homes, today announced that Remodeling magazine recently ranked the luxury custom homebuilder and full-service remodeling firm #44 in its 2020 list of the top 100 full-service remodeling firms in North America, up from #48 in 2019. 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.
Harwick Homes announced the completion of a master bath renovation project for private clients in Estuary at Grey Oaks. Harwick began building custom homes in the community nearly 20 years ago and maintains a dedicated presence in this prestigious Naples enclave, continuing to remodel residences in its various neighborhoods.
According to Harwick Homes Vice President Shane Klepko, the clients, who originally contracted Harwick to build the residence in 2006, were ready for an update to modernize the look and the finishes of the master bath.
This four-month project consisted of a complete removal of all finishes, including the flooring, cabinetry, countertops, plumbing fixtures, and wall treatments. Renovations also included a new shower configuration, new ceiling design, and new decorative wall niches, as well as all new finishes.