Our mountain home was designed by our son Greg. We interviewed five potential contractors to make the plan a reality. We chose Pete because his previous jobs showed versatility and a capability of doing custom work. His bid submission process was comprehensive and was done in a professional manner.
We were living in Maryland during the building phase and had to rely on Pete to "handle" issues we could not do in person. When necessary he acted as our agent in handling unforeseen situations. Pete also made various suggestions that were innovative and enhanced the completed home. He was also open to our suggestions and changes throughout the process. Pete worked closely with our architect in creating some of the Arts and Crafts design features.
We have not only gained our family dream home but also found wonderful friends in Pete and his family.
Denny & Joanne
I found [Ambrose] to be a true professional dedicated to his work. He brought ambition and pride to the project, and worked far beyond the typical forty hour week to make things happen. Ambrose was not just an ordinary foreman supervisor, he was a leader and did not hesitate to discuss issues and new ideas with our sub-contractors, local government inspectors, civil engineering, or if necessary, pick up a hammer and show his crew how the job was done. Quality was a key word in everything he did.
During the months of February and March of this year I was forced to take medical leave,which kept me from performing my duties as the project manager. Ambrose stepped up to the plate, put on two hats, multi-tasked, never missed a day, and kept the project on schedule with that extra 10.0% required to be a success.
When we completed building the new church, which cost $1,000,000 and is approximately 7,500 square feet capable of seating 250 parishioners, someone asked me if I would be willing to undertake such a volunteer project again. My reply was yes, without a.doubt, as long as I had someone with Pete Ambrose's work ethic as my construction manager.
Richard E. Larson, Building Committee Chair
Ref: Letter of Recognition
From: Richard E.Larson,
Project Manager and Building Committee Chair
Saint Joseph's new church
We frequently watch HGTV and see Contractor disasters; a result of unethical Contractors. We were blessed to find Pete Ambrose, who was not only ethical, but knowledgeable, conscientious and customer oriented. Not only did we have a great builder, now we have a great friend. If you are looking for a builder in Park County, make your first and last call to Ambrose Home Builders.
Del Gaasch and Ellen Harbour