When Jeremy opened his doors he made a commitment to his customers: To deliver the highest quality by employing the most talented and passionate craftsmen and using only the best materials and techniques. Precise Drywall's combination of superior craftsmanship, value, and integrity, has made them a premier choice for custom tenant improvements, high end custom homes, interior and exterior paint and stain packages and specialized interior plaster finishing in the greater metropolitan Phoenix area.
Building on over 70 years combined experience in the commercial and residential construction business; Jeremy Barbosa and his brothers Andrew and Jonathan have assembled an exceptional management team of experienced staff and skilled craftsmen.
Although the Barbosa's value traditional concepts, they also strive to keep up with the latest technology and innovations in order to serve the needs of their most demanding customers.
We employ top talent, use best practices and materials and embrace a team commitment to pursue excellence. When we finish your project, "You will see the difference!"
Ken started in the lath and plaster industry, with Gray Plastering, after graduating ASU with a Construction Management degree in 1983. When Gray closed in 1987, joined with Tom Russo at Russo Lath and Plaster.
Division Nine Contracting evolved in 1990 from Russo Lath & Plaster, which was started in 1986. Since then, Thomas Russo and Kenneth Fenolio, have directed the company into the foremost, quality based, plastering, EIFS, and specialty finish contractor in the state of Arizona.
The general contracting division was born in 1998 and has become synonymous with quality remodeling of fine homes, new custom homes, religious facilities, educational facilities, office, retail, modular buildings, and other commercial projects.
Division Nine Contracting has, and always will, strive for perfection.
Like our motto says: "Where Excellence Prevails"
CEO of Action Equipment and Scaffold Co., Inc. & CEO/President of Waco Scaffolding and Equipment Co. Started in the scaffold business with Action part time in 1971 and then full time in 1977 as an outside salesman. Later became the Phoenix branch manager of Action and in 1989 became president. Became part owner of the company in 1993. Purchase Waco in Colorado in 2006.
Industry achievements include:
President of Phoenix chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) in 1988 after having served on their national Board of Directors, local board and chairman of the Safety Committee. Recipient of several awards for Safety Management in 1981 & 1982 and was elected a member of the Beam Club for membership recruitment.
President of the Scaffold Industry Association (SIA) now known as the Scaffold and Access Industry Association (SAIA) from 2004-2006 after having served on their national Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Platform Council Chairman. Recipient of the Outstanding Company Contribution Award (1994), Coupling Pin Award (1995), Outstanding Council Chairman Award (2000), Outstanding Service Award (2002), Unsung Hero Award (2003), Spirit Award (2003), Victor Saleeby Award (2006), President’s Award (2007), Hall of Fame Award (2010).
Benefactor of the Scaffold & Access Industry Association Education Foundation (SAIAEF) and winner of the Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond level Benefactor Awards.
Chairman of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Safety Committee 2012-2014.
Mark is a commercial litigation partner who primarily practices in construction-related matters and disputes of nearly all types, with an emphasis on construction payment rights and remedies including private and public payment bonds, mechanics’/materialmen’s liens, stop notices, prompt pay law, and “no-pay” claims before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. He regularly represents suppliers, subcontractors, general contractors, owners/ developers, registered professionals, and lenders in construction contract formation, trials, arbitrations, administrative actions, and mediation/negotiation/dispute resolution.
Appearing before the civil division of the Arizona State Superior Court is often required in Mark’s practice. His court experience includes jury and bench trials, hearings, and numerous oral arguments, where he has served as lead and co-counsel in a variety of construction and non-construction litigation matters. Mark’s non-construction experience includes commercial contract breach, administrative law matters, commercial foreclosures, creditor rights, and enforcement of money judgments. He has also served as an Arbitrator in several Maricopa County Superior Court compulsory arbitration actions.
In addition to having traditional Superior Court civil litigation skills, he appears regularly before various administrative agencies and forums, most frequently the Arizona Registrar of Contractors and Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings. Mark’s hearings and appearances before the Registrar of Contractors include prosecuting and defending allegations concerning workmanship, “no-pay” complaints, and various regulatory issues that can arise when the construction contract is breached. He has also been involved in appeals from the Registrar’s office to the Superior Court, District Court, and 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Mark has extensive experience in construction matters which fall within the parallel jurisdictions of the Registrar’s office and the civil courts.
Specializing in Drywall, Paint and Coatings, Metal Framing, and Venetian Plaster in the Custom Residential, Multi-Family, Public Works, Tenant Improvement and Storage Facility markets in the greater Phoenix area. Our team has been “Committed To Being Our Best” since 1954.
Bill Borselli is a third generation member of the Saguaro/Aspen team that is Committed to Being their Best. Bill strives to be a fully integrated character, holding on to time tested family business values while striving for innovation within the industry and personally. He believes this is the only recipe for his 64 year old company to carry on yet another generation.
Let me introduce you to Detect It LLC, Stucco Systems Consultants. We are located in Phoenix and will travel anywhere in the United States. We perform a variety of services including: EIFS Special Inspections, Stone Veneer Special Inspections, Commercial & Residential Envelope Condition Reports, Envelope Consulting, Commercial Third Party Drainable EIFS Inspections, Repair Recommendations for Residential and Commercial properties, Moisture Intrusion Investigations, Exterior Stucco and EIFS systems review, Expert Witness and Claims Investigations. I have served on the AWCI-AZ board for over 5 years and am actively involved in helping our industry stay informed of code issues moving into the next decade.
My name is Steve Caldwell and I have been in the stucco industry in the Phoenix area for over 40 years as an Applicator, Material Supplier Salesman, Stucco Subcontractor, Estimator, EIFS Manufacturers Sales Representative and owner of Detect It LLC for the last 15 years.
Bobby has over seventeen years of experience in construction filling all roles from laborer, Quality Control Manager, Systems Process Manager, Customer Service Manager, Superintendent, Project Manager, Project Engineer, and now as President. After graduating from Arizona State University, he started his career with Integrated Stucco; then moved to the General Contracting side and has worked with The Renaissance Companies, Concord General Contracting, and Adolfson & Peterson Construction. This wide range of experience gives him a broad view all the moving parts in the industry and vast knowledge to help lead our organization with a focus on improving the industry for our members and their workers.
While working hard in the industry Bobby was also working hard on his education obtaining a Law Degree to better understand construction law and issues that affect his workforce.
Connie enthusiastically joined AWCI-AZ September 2020 as their Executive Director.
She brings with her eleven years of association management experience and has worked over twenty years in the commercial and residential construction industries.
She looks forward to working with the board to develop programs to benefit AWCI-AZ members and develop tomorrow's workforce for the wall and ceiling industry.
Connie is always open for meeting with members and learning how the association can adapt and shift to provide the highest return on investment for membership. Please contact her any time!