We are in the midst of a major transition in the restoration industry – with some owners and leaders preparing to retire or sell their companies, and a new generation of leaders stepping into those roles in companies and industry associations alike. These six are already well on their way to being major forces and voices in the industry; the sky is the limit.
Shelli’s tenure in the restoration and construction industries has come in waves. From about 2000 to 2008, she co-owned a restoration and construction company, but it was taken out by the housing market crash.
This is not an industry for the weak. This is not an industry for the self-absorbed. This is not an industry for people who only care about the bottom line and making as much money as they possibly can.