With nearly two decades of residential remodeling under his belt, embracing challenges and finding solutions to complex problems comes naturally to Cory, a father of four girls under the age of ten, a holistic homesteader, and a licensed United States Soccer Association coach. While a student at George Mason University, Cory was presented with an opportunity to enter the world of remodeling; this opportunity eventually lead to a career filled with carpentry and electrical expertise and it wasn’t long before he successfully ran his own residential remodeling business with his wife, Natasha. TriVistaUSA takes pride in our client-focused delivery, and with Cory on board, we believe our processes will be streamlined in order to better focus on our clients and their projects.
Cory visits job sites daily, stepping in to help when specialized troubleshooting as needed; ensuring that all of our construction adheres to strict standards – the TriVistaUSA standard. Cory’s keen eye on detail safeguards projects timelines, while propelling clients’ dreams towards consistent and careful delivery.
What is your ideal weekend getaway?
Anywhere outdoors with my family, preferably without cell service or wifi. Lately, we’ve been hiking and visiting many little-known swimming holes around Virginia.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
“Good leaders don’t make excuses. Instead, they figure out a way to get things done.”
- Jocko Willink
What’s on your bookshelf?Our bookshelves are packed with books of all kinds, but I’m an audible kind of guy. I enjoy motivational books and podcasts.
Which three people do you invite to a dinner party?
My mother, my cousin, Jacob, and my youngest daughter. My baby wasn’t fortunate enough to meet my mom or cousin, and I would love for her to get to know them.
If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you try?
I’ve always wanted the ability to freeze time. Despite what we hear in the news, we live in a good place... except for traffic. Imagine the possibilities! Plus, I could delay my four adorable daughters from becoming...teenagers!