About Our President
Tom Spaeth is a mechanical engineer with twenty-five years of experience in the residential and commercial construction industry. He is LEED accredited in green building construction and NICET (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) certified. Tom has worked on such high profile projects as the Denver Art Museum, Hyatt Convention Center, and Argonne National Labs among many other projects.
After purchasing his first rental fix-up property in 1988 he quickly purchased several others. He has built high-end luxury homes, entry level homes, and performed many condo conversions.
As a Project Manager at a Fortune 100 company, Tom specializes in project planning, profit and loss responsibility, cost control, and client relationships. He has proven himself highly organized, proficient, and dedicated, being credited with exceeding revenue targets by delivering prominent projects within aggressive timelines and cost constraints. He is frequently requested as the key project manager based on his reputation for effective leadership, consensus building, and commitment to on time, quality work. He has been promoted to administering multiple projects of up to $10M from pre-sales/ acquisition through construction, with primary profit and loss, budgeting, scheduling, planning, design, contractor management, cost control, and customer approval responsibilities. He performs cost-to-complete forecasting and total project coordination maintaining project schedules in Microsoft Project and Excel to supply crucial project information, including cost estimates, scope definitions, and required documentation. He is also a U.S. Green Building Council member and LEED accredited with a keen interest in applying Building Green principles.
In his leisure time, Tom enjoys riding his BMW R100 GSPD and snowboarding in the beautiful Colorado mountains with his family. A car guy, Tom can be found most weekends driving his latest toy; a super-charged F-150 that tows his daughters horse, purchased because his 1960’s Shelby Mustang doesn’t have tow hitch. He also volunteers with Toastmasters and The Westerniares, his daughters precision mounted drill team.
About Our Logo
The Celtic Wheel of Being is four circles united by a fifth. It is said to represent the four elements; earth, fire, air and water; united by balance.
We chose this symbol in keeping with our Celtic roots. Each circle represents one of the four major areas of a person’s life: Spiritual, Family, Personal, and Financial, united by Balance. We follow a holistic approach to our lives and our business. We wish to live in harmony with our fellows and our surroundings, believing we can be of service and work with integrity and unity.
About Our Name
In Celtic legend, Easal is the King of the Golden Pillars, a god who rules over abundance and prosperity. He gave the sons of Tuirrean seven magical pigs. The pigs would reappear the day after they were eaten, and no person who ate any part of them could ever be afflicted with any disease.
We chose this name because we believe that it is possible to share prosperity and abundance. There is no room for greed in our company. We can all make a good return and do it in harmony with our fellows.
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