With nearly three decades of design-build experience, we've seen our share of passing fads, unexpected challenges, tricky regulations, and more. We've also completed work on upwards of 700 projects and developed meaningful relationships with more than 500 clients, many of them long-term over the years.
From the very start of the project, we believe in going down the path together. That means complete transparency around costs and process, as well as our on-time, on-budget guarantee.
We're more than designers and builders. We're lifestyle-changers. Our solutions are customized to fit your current preferences and aesthetic, designed to grow and evolve, and built to withstand real-life wear and tear.
We're partners in creating your dream, and we hope to stay friends and collaborators for years to come.
Certified Remodeler, Certified Master Kitchen And Bath Designer
National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Board of Directors, 1999-2011, serving as Past President, Membership Chair, Treasurer, and Ethics Chair of the Eastern Massachusetts Chapter, 2009-2013
FUN FACT: Early in his career, Ray was a Paratrooper in the US Army, leaving as a Sergeant after a four-year tour.
BEST WIESE MEMORY: I enjoy our company retreats the most, really getting to know our extended family. We once paddled the Saco River, and it was great being able to spend time with everyone throughout the day while moving slowly down the river.
FAVORITE KIND OF PROJECT: Projects that have high-impact on lifestyle.
"I've always been interested in building things that are unique and lasting while helping people create a home environment they will really cherish for excellent 'livability' and design aesthetic. I'm grateful that I am able to work with a team of talented and like-minded craftspeople and designers who share the same core values."
Alexandra Fiust, NCIDQ | Senior Project Lead & Designer
Bachelor Of Fine Arts In Interior Design, Syracuse University
Part of the Wiese Family since 2012
FUN FACT: Alexandra also concentrated in Jewelry and Metalsmithing at Syracuse.
BEST WIESE MEMORY: I always enjoy the final handoff to the client. It's satisfying to see the project completed. One of my favorite memories was closing out a project on a client's birthday, so we brought a cake to celebrate.
FAVORITE KIND OF PROJECT: We designed a kitchen renovation that flipped the location of the kitchen, dining, and family rooms around. The impact on the home and the family was so rewarding.
Jeremy Melcher | Foreman
Jeremy manages the field work, mentoring the craftsmen and leading by great example.
Part of the Wiese Family since 2014
FUN FACT: Jeremy competed in small bore rifle competitions across the country, including two at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
BEST WIESE MEMORY: A company weekend, whitewater rafting on the Kennebec River.
FAVORITE KIND OF PROJECT: I enjoy the more complicated projects that involve intricate and unique details and structural layouts.