David R. Domenichini, Founder/Owner
David R. Domenichini is owner and proprietor of D.R. Domenichini Construction and brings over 20 years of experience to his family owned and operated business.
David has extensive training in construction principles and project management; has performed hundreds of remodeling projects over the years and enjoys making people's remodeling dreams come true. He understands that effective communication is imperative and carries his cell phone with him at all times in an effort to make himself readily available to his customers. David employs journeymen carpenters and hires only subcontractors that meet his strict standards in terms of quality, reliability and efficiency.
David resides in San Martin with his wife, Gina. They are both active in the community.
Scott Calloway, Senior Project Manager
Scott Calloway worked in the materials management field for 15 years, managing personnel, freight and inventory, prior to joining D.R. Domenichini Construction. In addition to being a Project Manager, he is responsible for customer relations, safety and training programs, new policy implementation/monitoring and in general, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company.
Scott was recognized for his volunteering and assistance in the repair and upgrade project to the historic Grange Hall in Morgan Hill. He and his wife live in San Jose. Scott enjoys working around the house, working on vintage automobiles, playing guitar and skateboarding.
Scott served the U.S. Navy for six years as a Aircrew Survival Equipmentman. He was stationed with VS-29 aboard the U.S.S. Carl Vinson (CVN-70) and at Naval Air Station Moffett Field.
Amber Linse, Estimator and Project Manager
Amber started working in the remodeling industry in 2004. Over the years she has gained experience in the many components that create a successful remodeling project. Since joining our team in January of 2015, she has helped DRD receive multiple design awards from our local NARI chapter. After setting up a successful in-house design program and team, she will focus on the roles of Estimator and Project Manager. Amber has brought her expertise and another level of service to D.R. Domenichini Construction's clients and looks forward to many more successful years to come.
Amber lives in Morgan Hill with her daughter and family. She enjoys running half marathons and plans to run her first full marathon by next year. She started backpacking this year and loves camping and relaxing at the beach.
Lisa Harrington, Marketing Manager
Lisa Harrington was raised on the Central Coast and has lived in California all her life. She graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and earned a B.S. degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. She started her career as a marketing coordinator at Swenson & Silacci Flowers in Salinas/Monterey for two years and then ventured out to the Silicon Valley to become a college recruiter at KPMG, LLP. After five years, Lisa decided to try out the tech industry and worked as a recruiter for Google headquarters in Mountain View.
Now a stay-at-home mom and part-time Marketing Manager for D.R. Domenichini Construction, Lisa currently lives in Morgan Hill with her husband and two kids. She enjoys many outdoor activities, cooking, traveling and trying out new restaurants and wineries in the area.
Corbin King, Operations, Project Manager
Corbin has been with D.R. Domenichini Construction since 2013. He started as a beginner carpenter and has since worked his way up to Operations/Project Manager. He is also responsible for transporting and delivering all needed materials to the job sites and works closely with the employees, sub-contractors and customers to help ensure that all projects are run efficiently.
Corbin lives in Morgan Hill and is involved in the community with D.R. Domenichini Construction. Corbin enjoys working on his 1970 Camaro, working around the house, golfing, fishing, hiking, and anything outdoors.
Jessica Vergano, Project Coordinator
Jessica Vergano was born and raised in San Martin, CA. She started her career training Morgan horses for Silver Creek stables moving from assistant to trainer. After six years, Jessica decided to try out the Construction industry and worked as an executive assistant for two years at San Jose Construction, now known as Build SJC. In the spring of 2015, she married her husband and they moved to Southern California where her husband was serving in the military.
Jessica and her little family now reside in Gilroy surrounded by family once again. She still loves to ride her horses, play kickball, refinish furniture, quilt and make rustic signs and décor.
Brooke Nicholson, Designer
After a 17-year professional ballet career with San Francisco Ballet, Boston Ballet and SmuinBallet, Brooke opened an award-winning Ballet school for pre-professional training in Coeur d’Alene Idaho. Brooke received her Bachelors of Arts from St. Mary’s and continued her study of design at West Valley College and is now pursuing a Masters Degree of Interior Architecture.
A native of the Bay Area Brooke moved back with her husband and two children to pursue her passion for interior architecture and design. In her spare time, she loves hiking/backpacking, traveling and spending time on the houseboat with family.
Floni Orahi, Designer
Floni graduated from the Art Institute of California with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design in 2017. With 3 years of remodeling experience now under her belt, she has become a wizard at material selections and meeting presentations. As a natural Creative Designer, she looks forward to being more immersed in the technical side of the Designer responsibilities with DRD. She has a keen eye for design of any nature, originating from her love of fashion.
She is Trilingual and speaks fluent Farsi, Assyrian, and of course English! She has lived in San Jose with her brother and parents since 2006 and looks forward to getting more familiar with all that South County has to offer. Her guilty pleasure is that she is a “shoe-aholic,” and she can go shopping all day long.
We recruit and retain the best professionals in the industry. The development of the D. R. Domenichini Construction workforce involves both on the job training and classroom curriculum.