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About This Business
Casey Zollman was born in Pendleton, Oregon, and then soon after moved to Joseph, Oregon in Wallowa County, at the base of the Wallowa Mountains. He attended Joseph Schools from grade school through high school ,and after graduation in 1997 he moved on to college in southern Oregon.
Casey graduated from Southern Oregon University in Ashland Oregon, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in management and a Certificate in Applied Business and Economics. It was in college that Casey learned of his passion for sailing.
After college Casey moved to Pendleton to help his aunt and uncle with their coffee shop. While his aunt fought a battle with breast cancer. Back in Pendleton Casey learned the art of roasting Arabica coffee beans. After a few years Casey's aunt sold the coffee shop and he was ready to move on as well.
Construction was the next step in his life. Starting work with Severe Construction, here Casey honed his building skills and developed a respect for quality and fine finish work.
Now, Casey owns his own construction company specializing in countertops and concrete overlays. Zollman construction is liscensed as a general contractor and can work on any project large or small.
Zollman Construction has experience in all aspects of the building trade. "We can do it all." Casey sees countertops and concrete beautification as a perfect mix between his artistic side and his building skills. Through countertops and overlays, Casey is able to build usable pieces of art.
Hopefully this gives you a little insight in to Casey's life, and he hopes to meet with you and start on your piece of work.
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Last Update: July 20, 2011
Columns, Countertops, Exterior Floors, Jacuzzi, Walls
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Zollman Construction, Pendleton