Ken. How he built a company
And then another.

When Ken started out, his father said to him, “If you’re going to build something, put your name on it.” His meaning: Always do your best, always work your hardest, and always stand by your values.

Ken took his advice, and for the past 35 years, he built a successful company creating some of the most magnificent homes on the East Coast. And now, he’s built another — Kenneth Vona & Son Construction — passing on his experience and knowledge to the next generation — his son and his team. And with decades of building luxury homes for a veritable Who’s Who of New England, you can just imagine what he’s learned.

Like what? Well, using the exquisite craftsmanship and the finest materials available and offering next-level client service is only part of his job. The other part is having the kind of values that put employees, colleagues, and clients first. Making sure the process of building is as flawless as the final product. Ensuring the work is done with care and craft and collaboration. Establishing a culture of teamwork, not ego. Deeply committing to philanthropy by giving back to those who need it most. In other words, Ken’s company, although new, has gone back to something old — the values and principles he began his career with on day one.

If you’re interested in building a home that’s even more extraordinary than you can imagine, with people who consider craft and ethics paramount, call Ken, and find out why you should work with the new Kenneth Vona & Son Construction.

Photo Left: The Sara Sherman NOW Lab “Makerspace” at the Goodnow Library in Sudbury was recently completed by Ken and his team; Middle: Ken with his fully restored 1946 Chevy pickup truck; Right: Roxbury Weston Pre-Schoolers thanking Ken for their new playground.