Brian Young, Project Consultant

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Brian Young, Project Consultant

Uploaded Oct 5, 2013
By ServiceLane
Featuring Legacy Design Build Remodeling,
Scottsdale, AZ

It might be said that Brian Young is a jack-of-all-trades. An Ohio native, he obtained an Associates Degree with honors in mechanical engineering before graduating with a BSBA in Marketing from Ohio State University -- all while working in remodeling sales. He's been a corporate sales consultant; he's worked in the mortgage industry; and in 2004, he moved to the Phoenix area to continue his career in remodeling. Brian thrives on the design process, attributing this exact, yet creative talent to his grandmother, an art teacher, and to his father, a former US Navy officer and pilot. He is an accomplished designer, having designed hundreds of very successful remodeling projects -- many of which have been award-winning. Whether it is a remodel of an existing space or a completely new addition, Brian enjoys helping Arizona homeowners realize their remodeling dreams. In 2011 Brian was the only remodeling designer in the country to receive two Green Project recognitions from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). During the same year, he also received both local and regional NARI Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards for recently completed projects. In addition, one of those projects garnered Brian an Honorable Mention from the Master Design Awards presented by Qualified Remodeler magazine. Brian is also a past National Representative, Vice-President and Chairman of the Ethics Committee for NARI of Greater Phoenix. Brian resides in Peoria with his wife, Jill, as well as his son, Keegan and newborn daughter, Kherington. When he is not spending his free time with family, Brian enjoys playing golf and volleyball.

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