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Hard work, honesty, and the desire to be a superior presence in a demanding business have won us a reputation for quality construction. Founded on the premise that quality construction principles and attention to detail should be unwavering standards, we believe that our homes speak for themselves.
Quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and efficiency are part of each and every Avalon project. We offer a range of cost effective design solutions without sacrificing architectural aesthetics. We strive for originality, good taste, and overall excellence.
Feel free to contact us by email, phone or fax to discuss your construction needs. We are here to answer any of your questions, and we hope to hear from you soon.
The Founder and President of Avalon Building Systems, Paul has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry. A graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a degree in Civil Engineering, he has extensive knowledge of construction practices ranging from small residential houses to large commercial projects. In 2001, frustrated by the inefficiencies of traditional stick building, Paul decided to learn more about modular building by constructing one of his own. He was so impressed by the speed of the construction, the quality of the product and the ease with which the house was completed that he decided then and there to become the very best modular builder in all of New England.
Richard is the Sr. Construction Manager at Avalon. Ensuring the highest of quality throughout the design and building process, Richard’s desk is often where “the buck stops”. Growing up in a family with ties to the Heating and Plumbing business, Richard decided early on that he preferred the Big Picture, and we’re glad he did. With more than 25 years of residential and commercial construction experience, he is involved in every aspect of modular building. Richard can often be found orchestrating the delivery and the ”set” of our homes.