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Who We Are

REZ Management was started in 2002 in Arizona working on high-end homes and transitioned into 100% commercial work in 2007, covering the western half of the United States.

REZ specializes in remodels and tenant improvements in 3 specific spaces: 

 

Commercial

Restaurants

Retail 

REZ also offers TWO specialized areas of service:

General Construction              Facilities Services

 

We will work with our client’s AOR on design and budget numbers, perform site evaluations help with scheduling timelines, help with permitting as necessary and VE budgets, and we are able to communicate with different levels of people within our client’s organization.

Phil Horton
Owner & President

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In 1996, We started our company in Arizona and turned it into a full-time venture in 1998. In 2002 we changed the name of our company to REZ, the initials of our 3 kids. We excelled in both high-end residential and commercial, however, in 2009 we moved to only commercial construction. In 2013 we relocated our offices to Idaho and now serve most all of the central and Western United States. In January of 2022, We launched our Facilities Services Division to meet the needs of our clients. We have grown to understand that we are in the people business, and we desire to put people first.

When not working, I love to travel with my college sweetheart, work on my small farm in Idaho or hang with my grandkids in Arizona. Of course, we cannot forget my passion for THE Dallas Cowboys and my hometown Portland Trailblazers.

Mike Miner
Operations Manager 

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Construction has been a part of my life from my earliest childhood memories to the present.  I learned carpentry from my father and grandfather, and after graduation, I spent 20 years as an equipment operator.  During this time, a mentor offered me the opportunity to become a commercial superintendent.  Since then, I have worked on tenant improvement and ground-up projects ranging in size from a 5-story hotel in Arizona to a 51-story hotel in Philadelphia.  I also have extensive experience in estimating and consider myself a construction nerd.  I love every aspect of this business, from working out in the dirt to coordinating trades to accomplishing the vision of our customers.  Now starting my 5th-decade building, I look forward to passing on the things I have learned and helping the next generation reach any level they desire in this business.  

 

When I am away from work, I spend time with my wife of 35 years, enjoying outdoor activities, furniture building, cooking, and playing music.

Mark Stafford
Project Manager 

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After my honorable departure from the United States Army, I spent the next fourteen years in the dual role of Journeyman Electrician and Construction Superintendent.  In these roles, I diversified my skill set by managing and completing projects ranging from Tenant Improvement, Maintenance and repair of Healthcare Facilities, and various projects in Retail and Commercial locations.  Executing large projects for well-known brands has provided me with valuable experience in the areas of job scheduling, job site safety, and Construction Permitting.  I have spent the last six years mastering the role of Project Manager.  While in this position, I have worked with established retailers such as Starbucks, 7-Eleven, and Speedway.  I strive to maintain excellent customer service relations and project quality.

When not working I enjoy working on my project cars, playing paintball, watching sports, and spending family time relaxing with my beautiful wife and 2 children.

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Ben Pearson
Project Manager 

I served in the US Army as a heavy infantryman where I received college money.  Once honorably discharged from the US Army, I attended college at Montana State University and received a bachelor's degree in construction engineering technology and a master's degree in construction engineering management.  After graduation, I began as a Project Engineer for a commercial construction company in Phoenix, AZ.  After working as a Project Engineer, I worked as an Assistant Superintendent, an Assistant Project Manager, a Superintendent, and a Project Manager.  My first project I worked on out of college was a high school and since then I have worked on hospitals, casino’s, churches, and many other types of construction projects.

 

In my spare time I enjoy camping, working on cars, working out, and spending time with my family.

Philip Heard
Facilities Maintenance Director 

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I started my maintenance career in 2006 as a facilities technician at the US Embassy Canberra, Australia.  I moved to the United States in 2008 and progressed from facilities maintenance technician to director of facilities maintenance over the next decade.  From 2017 to 2023, I owned and operated a facilities maintenance service company in Boise, ID.  My passion is to repair and maintain the infrastructure we use in our daily lives.

As for hobbies, I spend my time fixing up old motorcycles and bicycles, reading philosophy, and tinkering with computers.  Outside of work and hobbies, I spend time with my wife and dog, usually at the Boise river, camping, or at the reservoir.

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Yesenia Zesati
Project Coordinator

Prior to her employment with REZ Management, Yesenia spent five years in land development and entitlements for tract home builders.  Her passion for construction is easily visable through her communication and passion to start and finish anything she touches.  Give her a concept and she will make it a reality through her drive and enjoyment in seeing the process flourish.  Her expertise lies in creating systems that make the construction process enjoyable for subcontractors, developers, and clients alike.

In her free time you will likely find her spending time with her husband and two children enjoying a relaxing night in and a good movie.  When weather permits, she enjoys fishing with family and hiking in Northern Arizona.

Jeromy Cabodi
Estimator

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I started my construction career in 2018 as a shop hand.  While working full time, I attended UC Davis to obtain my Construction Management certificate.  During this two year time period, I became a project engineer.  Once graduated, I transitioned to a project manager, and to date, managed a combined 70 million dollars worth of jobs ranging from small TI's to full school campuses.

When not working, I enjoy CrossFit, hunting, and working on my house.  I also enjoy spending quality time with my wife and family.

Johnny Hernandez
On-Site Superintendent 

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I started construction about 6 years ago, and ever since I've just had the bug to continue.  I started out doing government contracts and over the years have had multiple opportunities to explore a wide variety of all the common trades from laborer all the way up to super. I really enjoy seeing plans on paper come together to create something new.

Monte Pool
On-Site Superintendent

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I started my construction career in 1999 with single and multi-family residential buildings.  After almost 25 years, I have been involved with over 1000 structures, built along the front range in Colorado, providing new homes for families.  I've always enjoyed the challenge of construction and working with others to complete a project.

During my down time, I enjoy traveling with my friends and fishing in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.

Greg Marconi
On-Site Superintendent

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I started my career working for my father in his insurance agency.  As an insurance agent, I was exposed to the construction field through the insuring of large/medium sized commercial buildings, homes, and the contractors and subcontractors that I provided insurance to.  This exposure sparked an interest in buildings and how they are made.  This interest eventually led me to the Restoration Industry where I learned a lot about how buildings are put together by taking them apart.  I am driven and find fulfillment in doing things that make a difference in peoples lives.  So much of our lives take place inside of buildings and I love being a part of an industry that makes that possible.

When I am not working, I enjoy reading, sci-fi shows/movies, cooking and spending time with my dog.  I also enjoy working on my truck and dirt bike and getting out to explore the trails.

Tyler Wisner
On-Site Superintendent

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I started my construction career in 2014 when I joined the Carpenters Apprenticeship Program in Seattle, WA.  Upon completion of the program and becoming a journeyman, I was promoted to foreman.  I have been a foreman with multiple companies working on schools and public works buildings.  I have a strong desire to advance my career, so becoming a superintendent was the next step.

 

In my free time I enjoy hunting, riding my dirt bike, snowboarding in the winter, as well as traveling to new places.   

Mark Harris
On-Site Superintendent

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After working in a custom cabinet shop during the day and completing an Architectural Drafting course at night at a Trade Tech in Phoenix, AZ, I went on to work in various types of construction; from heavy construction, rough framing, finish carpentry and of course cabinet making. My Experiences over the last 25 years has had me involved in Retail TI’s, Buildouts along with Restaurant, Medical, Educational and Commercial renovations.

I enjoy spending time with my girlfriend in the outdoors, particularly whitewater rafting, with several trips through the Grand Canyon under my belt.

Sara Lusk
Executive Assistant

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Growing up in Arizona, I spent many hours working at the hardware store my father managed.  This created a deep-seated love for hardware and construction.  Over the years, I enjoyed serving in a variety of administrative positions and volunteering for a myriad of different organizations.  Since raising my five children, I am now enjoying a return to the career I love most Business Administration/Management.  I look forward to being a part of this fantastic team at REZ Management for many years to come.

 

When I’m not working, I enjoy gardening, bowling, golfing, quilting, cooking, teaching at our local 4h, volunteering, camping, and spending time with my wonderful husband and children.

Kim Williams
Office Administrator

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I have spent many years in payroll, bookkeeping, banking, and human resources for both large and small companies. I grew up in Colorado but have lived in Idaho for many years. I enjoy learning new things and am often working on some sort of project at home. At work, I like to create spreadsheets and am always thinking of ways to make my job more efficient. I am looking forward to a lot of variety in my new position at REZ.

I enjoy day trips and going to restaurants and movies with my family. My husband and I have seven adult kids, and we love to spend time with them. I also enjoy reading, animals, gardening, cooking, crafts, and visiting with friends.

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