Who's John Kelenc?
A graduate from Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology in Toronto, as an Architectural Technologist, John Kelenc has fast become one of Canada’s upcoming custom home builders. John has travelled the world and worked abroad and gained worldly experiences.
John’s extensive experience as noted in his portfolio of projects has earned him the right to be a master builder. His onsite presence and commitment to his craft with a team of experience trades and consultants will give the highest form of quality that a project can achieve. The statement,” that’s good enough” does not fit into John’s vocabulary. He brings his heart and soul to every project that he does and he instills this into every trade that works for him. He enforces these values in his trades.
He works one on one with the owners and the architect and gives them the true sense of a custom home satisfaction that reassures them that they are receiving the best quality service to their project. His management skills and eye for quality makes him a well sought after builder.
John’s most recent project is a stunning $25,000,000.00 custom home on the shore front of West Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Trust is what we have earned.
Integrity is what we built on.
Quality is what we deliver.
We acknowledge and comment your constant site presence at all times to ensure that the design is being followed and to provide assistance to trades. You show good leadership skills and have excellent trade relationships. You are not afraid to take charge with a hands-on approach.
We appreciate your willingness to go the extra mile which reflects well both on yourself and the company.
Ivan Campbell - POLYGON 2004
You continue to demonstrate a commitment to work and have shown great attention to details with an understanding of all trades works on the project.
You have earned the respect of all trades and consultants through your fair and professional management approach to your senior position.
Ivan Campbell - POLYGON 2006
Development of multi-residential units and commercial buildings