After his first construction project, a tree house when he was a kid, Aaron knew he was onto something. In the time between that tree house and founding AGC Aaron worked for his father manufacturing speakers in the car audio industry. There he developed his instincts for business, and went on to earn a business degree from Sonoma State University to greaten his knowledge of business. Following graduation he worked as a stage hand and set builder. During this time he started doing small construction projects in his spare time. These became larger in scope and more frequent until Aaron eventually decided to get his general contractor’s license and combine his passion for building with his passion for running a business. He has never looked back. When he’s not working Aaron spends time with his wife and son, goes camping, plays tennis, and thinks business.
Eric got his start as an apprentice carpenter while attending graduate art school in New York, beginning a career that rolled together the physicality of his days of university rugby with the sensibilities he refined earning an MFA in sculpture. Now he leverages his years of experience and deep knowledge of building to oversee production at AGC. He coaches AGC foremen and crew, ensures construction quality, manages trade contractors, and makes sure challenges are anticipated and provisioned for before they can become problems. Outside of work Eric enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, playing music, and making sculpture.