Allan is the founder and president of Warfel Construction Co. and provides general oversight to all company operations. In addition Allan handles the acquisition and development of land for new home construction.
Owner/Vice President – Agricultural Sales
Jay joined Warfel in 1973 leading the agricultural division. Today, Jay continues to oversee the agricultural side of the business handling poultry houses, animal waste buildings, and pole buildings. Jay also handles the sale of FABRAL metal roofing and siding products.
Owner/Vice President – Operations
Robb has grown up at Warfel Construction. Starting early in life sweeping floors and picking up trash around the shop, Robb moved on to carpentry work throughout his teenage years. Following several years at the University of Delaware, Robb returned as a full-time employee in 2001. Robb now oversees all day-to-day operations as well as managing the excavation and masonry divisions. Robb also serves as a project manager on semi-custom and tract homes in addition to commercial projects.
Owner/Vice President – Residential Sales
Weston came to Warfel Construction in 2001 as an estimator/designer. Weston coordinates the design, specification, and contract/proposal process for all custom homes. Weston also handles kitchen design as well as interior and exterior color selections. Weston received an associate’s degree from Hesston College and a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Mennonite University, both in Business Administration.
Rick started at Warfel Construction in 1982 as a carpenter’s helper on a residential crew. Rick quickly became a crew foreman by 1985 and remained in that position till the year 2000. Rick took over as job supervisor and now oversees the construction of all custom homes and large commercial projects. Rick works closely with the customer to ensure that each home is crafted to fit their specific needs.
Missy joined the Warfel Construction team in 1984. Along with keeping the office organized, Missy handles all billing and accounts payable. She also processes payroll and fills a variety of much needed administrative roles on a daily basis.
Ken first started at Warfel Construction in 1985 as a carpenter’s helper on a residential crew. After serving as a crew foreman for many years, Ken brought his wide range of skills to his current position as service manager in 2007. Ken coordinates any required service work as well as the scheduled 30 day and 11 month service calls following the completion of each home.