We are a team of experienced builders who believe that constructing your home begins with communication and trust.
We love coming to work. Maybe it’s because we all share the same values, including honesty, a belief in craftsmanship, and a desire to collaborate. Maybe it’s because we get to work on some of the coolest home building projects on the North Shore. And maybe it’s because we just seem to have found the right size to get things done — not so small that we can’t command the best construction resources, but not so large we can’t remember everyone’s name.
We all have ties to the North Shore of Boston. And we all take great pride in pointing out beautiful homes in the area we’ve helped build, homes that will still be special three and four generations from now.
If you work with Wild Apple Homes, these are the people with whom you’ll get to work.
"We wanted to open up our kitchen and renovate/expand a powder room. [The Wild Apple Homes team] shared our vision and brought exciting ideas to the table. They are professionals with experience and it's clear that they love their job. They communicated clearly and often and were always conscious of our budget, the environment, and our family, even the dog! Subcontractors were top notch. The project was finished on time and the results are stunning. Our home is dramatically improved and we couldn't be happier." ~JENAI COHEN
Tom is the owner of Wild Apple Homes and he’s been working in the construction industry for 20 years. While he has experience in industrial, commercial and residential construction, he founded Wild Apple Homes in 2016 in order to focus solely on his passion for residential construction and has grown the company to eight employees. A founding member of Windover Construction, he helped to grow this well-regarded North Shore firm to over $100 million in revenue. During his time with Windover he served as a site superintendent and vice president of field operations, overseeing dozens of commercial and residential projects. Prior to Windover, Tom served in operations and construction management positions for American Tower Corporation. He leads an active life skiing, fishing and bike-racing, and lives on the North Shore with his wife Kate and their two children.
Tadhg is a project manager at Wild Apple Homes with primary responsibility for overseeing all facets of building and construction projects, including pre-construction, budget, personnel, materials procurement, and compliance. He served as both project superintendent and project manager for Windover Construction, focused on residential construction projects as large as $10 million. Tadhg is a carpenter by training with over a decade of hands-on field experience. He is a passionate, solutions-oriented team player always seeking to do the right thing. He loves working creatively with his clients to lead them through the process of building the place they will call home. Tadhg is an avid surfer, mountain biker, skier and hiker. He lives on the North Shore of Boston with his wife Paula and their three children.
As a project manager at Wild Apple Homes, Jay oversees all facets of building and construction projects, including pre-construction, budget, personnel, materials procurement, and compliance. Jay sees his primary role as an advisor to his clients to ensure a fluid process that leads to a positive and fun building experience. He works with his clients, architects, and members of the project team to keep all parties informed and on task. With over 15 years of experience in residential construction, most recently as a project manager at Windover Construction, Jay has spent the past 10 years working for the North Shore’s finest home builders on projects of all size and scope. A native of Gloucester, Jay lives in Kittery, Maine with his daughter. When he isn’t scoping out his latest project, you’ll find Jay hiking, biking, playing a round of golf, or exploring the coast.
As field manager at Wild Apple Homes, Jeff is responsible for planning, organizing and evaluating all field operations and identifying solutions to enhance operational effectiveness. He monitors work progress, enforces proper safety procedures, oversees quality control, and coordinates site logistics – all while building long-term relationships with clients and the community. Jeff has a keen eye for detail and over 20 years of experience in the industry, including eight years of high-end residential work for Windover Construction. Jeff’s passion, high-energy, and devotion results in pleasing clients with the homes of their dreams. He lives on the North Shore of Boston with his wife, two young sons, and a beloved Doberman named Luca. When not busy renovating (yet again) his 19th Century home, Jeff can be found in his workshop building birdhouses and wooden toys with his sons.
After 11 years managing two locations for a tree nursery, Todd Weymouth decided it was time for a change so he enrolled in the carpentry program at the North Bennett Street Trade School in the North End of Boston. During the nine-month program he learned how to construct and renovate residential buildings, use hand tools and machines, and learn current and emerging industry standards. As part of the curriculum, Todd performed carpentry work at the Harborlight House in Beverly and assorted small residential projects to learn proper building techniques. After completing the program he went to work for Carpenter & MacNeille, an architectural design and home construction services firm located in Essex, Mass. before joining Wild Apple Homes as a carpenter. Todd earned a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental sciences from Keene State College. Todd lives in Salem, Mass. with his girlfriend and daughter, and enjoys nothing better than taking their boat out for a sail.
A native of Beverly, Mass., Cory Fisher has joined Wild Apple Homes as a superintendent. In this role, Cory will be responsible for managing all aspects of field operations for Wild Apple Homes projects, including managing the project team and sub-contractors as well as the site safety program. Prior to joining Wild Apple Homes, Cory spent 12 years at Windover Construction leading teams for a variety of building projects for high-end residential, institutional, commercial, and multi-unit residential clients such as the Beauport Hotel and St. John’s Prep. Cory graduated from the Wentworth Institute of Technology with a certificate in civil engineering and is OSHA 30 certified. He spends his free time working on his house, watching his three kids play lacrosse, hockey, and football, and hiking and camping with his family.
As the project accountant at Wild Apple Homes, Helen manages our accounts payable. Helen has extensive experience in the construction industry and is responsible for assisting in the financial tracking of our projects, enabling Wild Apple Homes to ensure that all financial data in our systems is accurate and up to date. Helen lives in Beverly with her husband Vin and her son Peter. When Helen isn’t biking, hiking or painting, you can find her playing with her beloved dogs, Blaze and Gunner, whom she adopted from the Dawgs in Prison program, located in Florida.
PAUL BOGART, CPA
With 30 years of experience in financial and operations management roles within the construction and real estate industries, Paul brings a proven track record in selecting and implementing financial and operational information systems and streamlining organizational functions and controlling costs. In his role as controller, Paul will be responsible for all aspects of the financial affairs of Wild Apple Homes as it continues to grow and serve clients on the North Shore of Boston. Previously, Paul served in senior financial roles at Methuen Construction Company, Windover Development, and Corcoran Jennison. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Bentley University. When not crunching numbers, Paul enjoys watching Boston professional sports or spending time with his two daughters, son and their families.