Andy Sharp graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1988 with a degree in Design and Technical Theatre. His first job in Washington was for the Tacoma Actor’s Guild as Master Carpenter for the ’89-90 season, after which he pursued his interest in residential construction.
In 1992, he designed and built his family’s first home in Lakebay. Very soon thereafter he realized that his skills and quality ethic were best suited to working directly with homeowners. By 1995 he was specializing exclusively in remodel and restoration.
His design work is based on his belief that a home should be a reflection of its inhabitants. His commitment to sustainable living is manifested in his adherence to the principles of Building Science and Universal Design such as: function, efficiency, comfort, and structural longevity. “Quality is not an accident. It is the result of systematic efforts to continually improve and strive for perfection.”
Andy's commitment to servant leadership is reflected in his 15 year experience with Rebuilding Together South Sound.
Rebuilding Together organizes volunteers to perform no-cost repairs for low-income and disabled homeowners who can not afford to do this work themselves. The focus of the work is to strengthen community by keeping people warm, safe, and dry within their own homes. Please check out this remarkable organization and how you can become involved by following this link: