Home – Meet the Office
Meet the Owner, Ryan Nelson. Born and raised in Albert Lea, Minnesota, he spent his early years watching his parents own and operate a family hardware store. This instilled the values of hard work and customer service at a young age. When he turned 16, Ryan joined the legion of teenagers to save up for a car. Realizing that working in a family hardware store wasn’t going to raise enough money, he sought a new job in construction. Almost 20 years later, Ryan is the proud owner of Snap Construction. He takes a lot of pride in Snap’s business and its ability to help people with their most important asset, their home.
Kim Harris, Finance Manager. Kim handles all paperwork and billing processes in the office. Her positive attitude makes the Snap office always bright and cheerful.
Jenna Harris, Office and Marketing Manager. Jenna has been with Snap for two years. She helps with Snap’s marketing and administrative tasks in the office.
Matt Thomes, Sales Manager. Matt has been with Snap for over six years. He is married to his wife Alissa. They have a dog named Darby and a cat named Tigger. Matt will be able to help you with any future projects you have.
Dan Lahr, Steep Roofing and Remodel Manager. Dan has been with Snap for three years. He has been in the construction industry for 21 years. Dan started as a roofer and since has also done siding, windows, framing, and decks.
Brian Larson, Insulation and Energy Savings Manager. Brian is Snap’s insulation expert. He has been a building “geek” for years. He is BPI Certified and has managed hundreds of insulation upgrades every year for Snap.
Tom, Remodel Division Manager. Tom specializes in remodeling and decks for Snap. For your next remodeling project or deck build, Tom will help your vision come to life.
Ron, Commercial Project Manager. Ron works with all commercial projects for Snap. He works on these projects from the very beginning all the way through final inspections.
Mike, Production and Site Safety Manager. Mike ensures that all safety regulations and procedures are being enforced and followed on the jobsites.