Curtis Kisky

Growing up in Lake Oswego, Curtis spent most of his free time outside and making things with his hands. From constructing forts in his backyard and birdhouses in his dad’s shop to earning woodworking merit badges in Boy Scout Troop #127, building has always come naturally for him. Combining his appreciation of nature and building, Curtis started working in construction while earning a BS at Portland State University, majoring in Environmental Science. During that time, he developed a keen interest in sustainable building, renewable energy, and rainwater harvesting that he took into practice as a lead carpenter and project manager.

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Now at Metke, Curtis brings over 10 years of high-end residential remodeling experience back to his hometown. Having a combination of hands-on and project management experience has given Curtis a sharp eye for details and craftsmanship. His favorite part of being a project manager is the satisfaction of transforming an idea into a tangible, finished result. Even when he’s not at work, Curtis is likely still building something! He loves building computers, furniture, and tackling the occasional DIY project in his old house. He also enjoys camping, backpacking, snowboarding, and any lakeside/boating activities.