Jim has over 30 years of woodworking experience. His
career began as he worked alongside his father building
homes at Cardon Construction, established in 1936. His
father and grandfather were former home builders that
built all cabinetry and trim work in the home.
Jim attended Utah Technical College, a 2 year course in
cabinet making and mill work. His instructor, Ed Nowlten
was a master craftsman from back east. He even had the handlebar mustache and was an amazing woodworker. He could build a spiral stairway. Jim’s favorite
type of project includes kitchens, custom cabinets,
libraries, decks, etc.
His favorite aspect of a project is seeing the final
result and then walking into the room 3 years later
seeing the project with all of the surroundings complete.