OWNER | TANNER GLASS & HARDWARE
ENGINEER | ACUTE ENGINEERING
SENIOR DESIGNER/PROJECT MANAGER | Wardley Homes
LENDER | ROCK CANYON BANK
OWNER | TANNER GLASS & HARDWARE
Jennie Tanner has worked in the finish hardware aspect of construction for 25 years, first working for her father’s business as a sales rep in the Park City area and then starting a family business together with her father, brother and husband in 2000. Tanner Glass supplies and installs door and bath hardware, mirrors and shower glass, commercial glazing and mirror/picture framing for new residential construction and commercial glazing projects. Jennie is an alumni of the Goldman Sachs 10K Small Business Program and attended the University of Utah. Jennie purchased Tanner Glass & Hardware from her father in 2012, opened a second location in Park City in 2019 and is currently working on a 3rd location in St. George. With a team of 60 employees and each department running independently, Jennie is able to focus on growing the business, retaining long-term relationships with customers and spending more time volunteering her time with special needs projects. Married with 2 daughters, one in high school and one in college Jennie loves spending time with family doing whatever everyone wants to do as long as they are together.
ENGINEER | ACUTE ENGINEERING
Alison first got involved in the home-building industry through a position at Acute Engineering during her undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University, and what began as a simple summer job at a structural engineering firm quickly turned into a passion for residential construction and design. She has since earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, a master’s degree in the same with an emphasis in structural engineering, participated in the research and development of seismic design criteria for structural timber frames, and become a licensed professional engineer. She is now part-owner of the firm where her passion for engineering and construction first began, and she loves playing a part in projects that will ultimately become such an integral part of others’ lives. Alison specializes in light-frame construction, timber frame design, and ICF structures, and is thrilled to have The House That She Built be her fourth project featured in the Utah Valley Parade of Homes.
SENIOR DESIGNER | Natalie Miles Design
While Natalie has expertise in all aspects of interior design, her forte is in new construction, specializing in exterior design. She often works on homes being sold for millions of dollars, and helps guide her clients through the process of making the best selections for their home from stone to siding to metal details and roofing. She works throughout the state of Utah and has been awarded “Best Interior Design” several times by the Salt Lake County Parade of Homes. Additionally Natalie has been identified as one of Utah’s “Best Designers” in several regional publications.
LENDER | ROCK CANYON BANK
Katie Johnson currently serves as a consumer construction lender for Rock Canyon Bank, covering the entire Northern Utah area. She enjoys helping people through the process of building their dream home. In her position as their lender she gets to be an advocate and support system for them during what is likely to be the largest purchase of their lives. She also helps them monitor their overall finances and takes the fear out of the process so that they can concentrate on enjoying their beautiful new home. Prior to joining Rock Canyon Bank, Katie was the Rural Community Development and Outreach Coordinator for Women’s Issues. She spent 15 years in the non-profit world as an advocate for Women in Utah. She worked with women convicted of drug crimes, and quickly realized that creating a safe community for them was the best path to rehabilitation and prevention. Katie worked to ensure that women’s voices were being heard as community leaders at the local, state and Federal level. She also worked to reduce sexual and domestic violence against women by developing a healthy relationship between community leaders and resources, allowing access to free and confidential support. Katie’s work in this field has continued to feed her passion and advocacy for organizations like Professional Women in Building, which has been a perfect way to blend her two careers. Katie and her husband have an 11 year old daughter and 3 dogs.
BUILDER | STEVEN DAILEY CONSTRUCTION
Stephanie Sharp grew up in a construction family- heading out to jobsites after school and on weekends with her dad, Steven Dailey, as a young girl. However, always one to want to blaze her own trail, Stephanie decided to pursue a degree in architecture versus joining the family business after high school. She worked for an architectural office for over 10 years before deciding that an office job wasn’t a fit. She joined Symphony Homes, a high end production builder and started learning everything she could across departments and disciplines. After gaining substantial institutional knowledge from a larger scale builder, and proving that she could stand on her own in the industry, Stephanie decided to return to work with her father at Steven Dailey Construction Inc. Their company, based in Draper UT, specializes in custom residential homes and remodel work. Stephanie wears many hats as a small business owner, where she is on track to take over for her father to lead the company. She handles everything from take offs and estimating to running the office and construction projects in the field. An all-around construction professional- she understands both the backend business and can throw on a tool belt to help install finish carpentry. Stephanie’s passion for construction lead her to want to get involved in the HBA and PWB. She holds her Utah Real Estate License and General Contractors License.
OWNER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR | WOODCASTLE HOMES | PWB CHAIR 2020
Kristi Allen is a general contractor and the owner of WoodCastle Homes. She was lucky to grow up in the home building industry as the third generation of family-owned home builder, McArthur Homes, where she worked for over 13 years.In 2016, Kristi began her biggest home building adventure yet when she startedWoodCastle Homes. She quickly learned that building new homesis both more rewarding, and more challenging, than she ever expected. Currently, Kristi is doing her best to balance building new custom homes for her amazing clients, spending lots of timewith her three busy kids, serving as the chair of the Utah PWB and acting as the General Contractor on The House That She Built. She hopes to show girls and women that there’s a space for them in this awesome homebuilding industry, and it’s a great place to be!
ALTIUS MORTGAGE | PWB CHAIR 2018 & 2019 | FOUNDER OF THE HOUSE THAT SHE BUILT
I started PWB in Utah because I think great things are accomplished when women join together to lift and raise each other up under a common thread. In this space I’m surrounded by so many amazing women contributing to our industry. It’s important to me that we assist each other in being the best and doing the best we can for our industry. Also, this being a mostly male dominated profession, I think it’s important for the women in our industry to have a safe place to come with questions, concerns, and like mindedness to what issues and wins they maybe having. I also want to see women empowered to live their dreams to the fullest. If this group assists in that, or gets anyone just an inch closer, I’ll be ecstatic!
I’ve been in the mortgage industry for 15 years. I absolutely love assisting clients in getting them in the home of their dreams! It’s what makes me jump out of bed in the morning. My husband and I have 5 amazing children! I’m a lucky girl in that I also get to work with my husband every day! He is also an experienced loan officer and shares my same passion for helping people. When I’m not working and running kids around, I like to work on specialty cakes and cookies for friends, family and clients.We are also avid adventurers! We love getting into the mountains whenever possible.
VP BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | MAGLEBY CONSTRUCTION | PARK CITY AREA HOMEBUILDER ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT 2019 & 2020
After obtaining a Masters Degree in Journalism from the University of Southern California and working at CNN’s London Bureau, Pierrette started helping a friend that worked at Pulte Homes set up college recruiting trips at her Alma Mater. In an unplanned turn of events, Pierrette ended up getting recruited herself and started a career in homebuilding. She quickly climbed the management ranks in public homebuilding, most recently serving as Division President for Taylor Morrison’s Bay Area operations. In her career, she has overseen the development and implementation of well over 200 masterplan, active adult, high-density and luxury home communities. In 2016, she and her husband, Matthew Magleby, decided to take their industry experience and apply it to the family business at Magleby Construction, a professional custom construction firm in the Mountain West. She now oversees business development, marketing, branding, strategic growth opportunities, and runs Park City operations. Pierrette also serves as the first female President of the Park City Area Homebuilders Association.
Our design team, comprised of a skilled draftswoman, designers and engineers, has completed plans for a two story home with 3,200 square feet, including a finished basement. The home was based on original plans by Oakwood Homes, as required to fit within the design aesthetic of the Wander community. The home design is centered on functionality for a family, from a woman’s unique perspective. The design does an excellent job of providing for the individual needs of the family by incorporating elements such as a children’s play area downstairs, and serene master retreat, while also including opportunities for the family to gather together and create memories. The eclectic style of The House That She Built represents the collaboration of the women in our industry and the varied talents and abilities of each. Strength, courage, grit, determination, balance, color and resilience are all represented within the design.
Architecture and Design Team Leader
Home Architectural Designer
Exterior Finishes and Material Donations Leader
Lead Designer (Basement, Loft, Overall Finish Coordination)
Designer (Main Level)
Designer (Bathrooms and Laundry)
In addition to supporting an amazing cause- highlighting women in our field and encouraging more women to enter a career in construction- donors will be recognized in a number of ways throughout our promotion of The House That SHE Built. We will be featuring them on our website, social media posts (LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram),and at special events. The House That SHE Built has already received national recognition from the NAHB, PWB, and publications like Professional Builder and Pro Remodeler. It has also received coverage in Utah news media- both broadcast and print. Additionally- donors will be recognized at the 2021 Utah Valley Parade of Homes.
We will be professionally photographing the home and will be happy to sharethose images with contributors to use for their personal marketing. We’d love for any participating vendors/manufacturers/volunteers to share our social links and build further exposure for the project and its’ goals.
We are always looking to add to our team and network of contributors for The House That She Built! For those that wish to donate or participate, please contact:
Kristi Allen | 801.608.6801 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennie Tanner | 801.859.4710 | email@example.com
Natalie Miles | 801.916.5041 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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