75 thousand dollars each. To top it off, there was 10 feet of snow that year, so extra men were brought in to shovel the snow everyday.
But mountains of red tape, doubting structural engineers, water dilemmas and the harshest winter in years was not going to stop Jim from getting the houses built in a mere nine months. “My greatest pride is the speed I do things, while keeping the quality. Usually you sacrifice one for the other, and it just takes a finer tuned eye to keep both,” he says. “My secret has