ABOUT CLAYTON TIMBRELL & COMPANY
Clayton Timbrell & Company is a San Francisco based General Contracting firm focusing on construction and renovation of distinct single family residences and condominiums. Our work is driven by a desire to build lasting homes, and we strive to implement enduring construction methods throughout our process. We believe that well implemented construction paired with quality design are the responsible approach to the home renovation process. Clayton Timbrell & Company has worked with recognized San Francisco architects and designers including The Wiseman Group, Butler Armsden Architects, Sutro Architects, Aleck Wilson Architects and Matthew Leverone Design. We embrace the relationships we develop with our clients and the design professionals on our projects, and we are readily available to be engaged in the project dialogue.
Clayton Timbrell began his building career as a carpenter and has since managed many complex construction projects, including the complete renovation of a 10,000-square-foot Presidio Heights home and overseeing a substantial portion of work for the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Currently, Clayton visits The Sea Ranch regularly, where Clayton Timbrell & Company is undertaking a large renovation and new construction project for a San Francisco client. Clayton also plays an active role in the oversight and management in each of the company’s projects.
As a native San Franciscan, Clayton attended University High School and UC Berkeley. His commitment to education in the Bay Area continues through his support of the UC Berkeley Leadership Fund, the Summerbridge Program and his company’s sponsorship of the Seven Tepees
Clayton has travelled extensively, including academic study in Spain and Cuba and more recent trips to Colombia, Japan and Mexico City, where he was re-energized by the thriving design and architecture communities. He is known for having a sharp eye for detail. In his free time, he swims, enjoys adventurous trips and hangs out with his dogs, Radar and Otis. Clayton lives in Nob Hill in close proximity to many of the company’s projects.
Jay is a native San Franciscan and has known Clayton since they attended the Town School together. After earning his bachelor’s degree at Lewis & Clark College, Jay enrolled in an intensive construction project management program, thereafter overseeing $80 million in commercial and multi-unit development for a large Bay Area general contractor. In 2013, he joined Clayton Timbrell & Company as a senior project manager, welcoming a more creative and custom-tailored construction process in which the outcome reflects the entire team's collaborative efforts. Jay currently manages two condominium projects for Clayton Timbrell & Company: one at the Millennium Tower and another at The Palms in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood.
Kyle's career in construction began more than a decade ago when he was offered an apprentice carpenter position in the Lake Tahoe area. After 12 years of building new homes, he joined Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2010. Kyle is currently the superintendent for a large renovation and new construction project in Sea Ranch and aims to expand Clayton Timbrell & Company’s project portfolio to the Tahoe region, where he enjoys telemark sking and is remodeling his condo at Alpine Meadows.
Before joining Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2013, Jeb ran his own general contracting business in Contra Costa County and oversaw a number of projects in Seattle and Los Angeles. His extensive experience, coupled with a client-focused approach, allows for Jeb to envision the big picture, streamlining the building process by anticipating potential complications. Jeb currently manages the remodel of a home in Presidio Heights that involves replacing the entire foundation, installing a residential elevator and incorporating advanced lighting, entertainment and heating systems. Jeb has three children that occupy much of his remaining free time.
Juan joined Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2005 and is the company’s longest-tenured employee. He’s familiar with most all projects and clients, both current and former, and his workdays are dedicated to client services and handling delicate projects. Additionally, Juan recently remodeled a section of a client’s Presidio Heights condo and provided day-to-day supervision on a small renovation in Timber Cove along the northern California coast. Juan enjoys traveling and is especially interested in projects located near notable surf breaks.
Mike came to Clayton Timbrell & Company after nearly a decade of work at reputable, highly successful San Francisco Residential General Contracting firm, and brings with him not only his strong background and skillset, but also many resources and relationships. Mike grew up in San Francisco’s Sunset District, and still resides in San Francisco, in close proximity to many of the company’s projects. Mike is a strong communicator, organizer, and focused superintendent.
Megan grew up in Petaluma and Phoenix and later studied art history and drawing at Arizona State University. Eventually, she moved to Los Angeles to work as a visual merchandiser for American Apparel, and during a period of rapid retail expansion, she created displays for store openings across the West. Megan currently moonlights as a seamstress, illustrator, DJ and plays in the band Silver Shadows. She is the primary office contact for clients at Clayton Timbrell & Company, and her day-to-day responsibilities include managing the subcontractor insurance database, purchasing fixtures and decorative hardware for projects and maintaining an organized office environment.
Erica grew up in Palm Beach, Florida, and moved to Manhattan to pursue a career in management information systems in the booming tech industry. She returned to Florida a few years later and earned a master's in landscape architecture and worked for award-winning residential landscape architecture firms in Miami and Palm Beach. Since moving to San Francisco in 2012, the majority of her time is spent at a local landscape design firm, but she plays a supportive role in Clayton Timbrell & Company's graphic design, event planning and team-building projects. Erica is currently studying to become a licensed landscape architect in the state of California.
Cecily manages operations and financial obligations that involve accounts payable and receivable and overseeing compliance with federal, state and local regulations. She is a part-time employee at Clayton Timbrell & Company and spends her remaining hours working for an architecture firm and spending time with her husband, an architect, and their
Jesse Castro has more than a decade of experience as a carpenter. He learned to build exclusively on remodeling projects in San Francisco. As a result, he's intimately familiar with the city's unique logistical and historical challenges. He worked for multiple contractors throughout San Francisco and finally connected with Clayton Timbrell & Company while working on the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Jesse has contributed to various house and apartment remodels as both a carpenter and a supervisor. He is respected by his colleagues for his positive attitude, constant energy and
Caleb’s unexpected path to carpentry included studying philosophy at Columbia University and law at the University of Michigan. During the summers, he worked for a luxury residential remodel group as a novice carpenter, eventually honing his skills before joining Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2009. Caleb worked on the company’s Sea Ranch project and is known reliability and sense of humor. Caleb enjoys living in San Francisco’s cool and foggy Presidio, conveniently close to many company projects in Presidio and Pacific Heights.
Jamie's career in carpentry began after nearly ten years of touring as the drummer of an internationally acclaimed punk-rock band called American Steel. He brings various credentials to Clayton Timbrell & Company that include his own general contractor's license and a certificate from Alameda County’s Laney College cabinet and furniture making program. Jamie is recognized for precision craftsmanship at work and his pursuit of meditation with the Pacific Zen Institute during his free time.
Jorge has vast experience in renovating historic San Francisco homes and completed numerous projects alongside Roman Tehandon and Jesse Castro before all three of them started working for Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2010. As both an illustrator and finish carpenter, Jorge believes that he can build a better world by putting his heart into each project. Because of this ethic, combined with bottomless optimism, he’s a talented carpenter and loyal coworker.
A native of São Paulo, Brazil, Danilo has lived in San Francisco for 17 years, working for various builders and developers before obtaining his position at Clayton Timbrell & Company in 2013. As an experienced carpenter with strong leadership skills, he ensures that important details are never skipped and has overseen many projects through their final inspections. Currently, Danilo is executing the finishes on Clayton Timbrell & Company’s Sea Ranch project. When he isn’t working, he enjoys surfing.
Yuji was a classmate of Clayton’s at UC Berkeley and has longstanding roots in the academic community, currently overseeing students in the school’s architecture program two days a week as they construct structural models. Nearly selected as a Navy SEAL, Yuji is an avid swimmer, surfer and marital artist. He works part time at Clayton Timbrell & Company, providing skilled finish carpentry and hardware installation.
After many years in various back-breaking trades, Roman discovered carpentry and worked on many historic remodels in the city prior to joining the team at Clayton Timbrell & Company. He is known for his passion for running, cooking and hang gliding