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Dan MurphyCOO, Production Director,
Tinkering has always been in my blood, whether it was watching my grandfather put his dock together with metal coat hangers, watching my mother repair the dishwasher or having to figure out how to put a radiator in my first truck.
Whether repairing the fishing camp in Alaska, the stables in Colorado or my own home, I learned a successful outcome was achieved with creativity and maximizing all of your resources. I get to create something beautiful everyday and smile knowing coat hangers and duct tape work well but a screw gun and screws works much better.
With the support of my wife and two wonderful boys I get to make my big Irish family proud knowing at least some of what they taught me rubbed off. The saying “If you love what you do you’ll never have to work a day in your life” could never be truer.Read About Other Members of our Staff
Kuhl Design+Build Takes Home 2 New ROMA AwardsJuly 2, 2013
We’ve been awarded 2 ROMAs (Remodelers of Merit Awards) by the Builder’s Association of the Twin Cities for projects we did this year. Our winning categories are: Kitchens: $125,000-175,000 You can view a gallery of our award-winning kitchen remodeling project here. Lower Level: Under $125,000 You can view a gallery of our award-winning lower-level remodeling project […]Read Full Article
Kuhl Kitchen Featured in Fine Home Furnishing’s Kitchen and Bath IssueOctober 11, 2012
A Kitchen we designed/built was given a 6-page spread in the Kitchen & Bath Issue of Fine Home Building Magazine. Grab an issue at your local Barnes & Nobel or Home Depot, or check out a digital version of the article here.Read Full Article
KDB Featured in the AIA-MN Homes by Architects Tour and on Houzz.com!July 3, 2012
On Saturday & Sunday September 22nd & 23rd, the American Institute of Architects, Minnesota Society, presents its Annual Homes by Architects Tour (homesbyarchitects.org). Kuhl Design + Build is featured with our Minnehaha Creek Remodel. This house was chopped up and important areas were segregated from others. By ditching the unused back deck and expanding out, […]Read Full Article See Older Posts