Falls Tower Camperdown Luxury Condos & 2 Penthouses

The National custom home builder of the year

National Custom Home Builder of the Year


Residential Designer & Drafter

As a Residential Designer & Drafter, Chase joins our team with over 9 years of experience working throughout the Upstate and Lowcountry regions. He is a graduate of the Clemson University School of Architecture and specializes in historic preservation, custom detailing, and hand-drawing & rendering. He is married to his beautiful wife Samantha, and has a talented puppy named Sullivan that can sing “Happy Birthday”.

Describe your values and how they inform your career?

” I design homes because the smallest family unit can make the largest impact on society. It is also thrilling to watch a napkin sketch become an actual place where people gather to comfort, heal, laugh, and everything in between. My contributions to the market are different because of my attitude and authentic desire to serve others. I also have a wide array of experience as a result of working for super talented and unique individuals. My colleagues and I share a similar sense of humility and urgency to produce good work. I believe what gets me up in the morning is the opportunity to learn. There is always someone out there that has experienced what we have not, and knows a better way to accomplish a goal. That’s why we need to listen carefully and observe how to build character. ”

Favorite Verse:

“For we are his craftsmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works.” – Ephesians 2:10.

Favorite Quote:

“Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful.” – John Maeda

What would you be if you were no longer a designer?

If I was not a designer, I would love to teach Architecture or be a Youth Pastor.

What’s your favorite thing to do on the weekends?

Hiking, Camping, or Traveling

If you could be an animal, what would you be and why?

Golden Retriever, for belly rubs!

If you could travel anywhere tomorrow where would you go?

Switzerland, Slam dunk. Lakes, Mountains, and Chocolate