We are Hiring!


Morse Custom Homes & Remodeling is looking to hire an experienced designer for our team.

The Lead Designer is responsible for managing the design aspect of residential remodeling and new home design-build projects. This includes acting as the clients’ point of contact for all design-related aspects of the project and partnering with the Lead Carpenter throughout the construction phase. The Lead Designer may also be responsible for managing interns, design assistants, or other designers assigned to their projects. This is a mid to advanced level position in the residential design industry.

Qualifications

  • Professional degree in Interior Design or Architecture or equivalent industry experience

  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in residential design

  • Advanced proficiency in Chief Architect or similar CAD program

  • Proficiency with computers, Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe software

  • Construction knowledge, management or field experience a plus

  • Basic knowledge of California Building Codes a plus, but not required

  • Experience with client and subcontractor interface in residential construction

  • Demonstrated ability to produce documentation for built projects, organize information, and manage workflow

  • Structural and detail design experience a plus

  • Ability to perform zoning and building code research

  • Ability to manage multiple projects through all phases of design

  • Strong written, verbal, and visual communication skills

  • Solid time management and organizational skills with attention to detail

  • Experience working in a collaborative environment

  • Ability to work independently and self-monitor progress in order to meet expectations

  • Ability to delegate tasks and manage resources assigned to projects efficiently and professionally

  • Driven to consistently improve skills and knowledge in the residential design and construction field

  • To apply, please send resume to office@morseremodeling.com.

 3rd Annual MCH&R Cornhole Tournament


Every year, our team gathers in a nearby park to compete in an all-staff cornhole tournament. After taking a one-year Covid break, we recently gathered in a Davis park to battle it out for the bragging rights of being the MCH&R Cornhole Tournament champions for an entire year.


Megan and Eric compete enthusiastically as they enjoy some nice weather and fun tossing.


Diana and Andrew working on their corn bag release.


Mark and Mary (AKA The Great Cornholios) take home first place.


Joe and Chris (AKA C&J Mexican Express) were runners up….


The Cornhole Crew (AKA Morse Custom Homes & Remodeling) hopes you enjoy your weekend.

Redeveloped Property


The local real estate market is running on a hot streak as the demand for homes is extremely high. Additionally, there are very few opportunities to purchase an empty lot and develop a custom home within a no growth city such as Davis. This desirable community also has many older homes that do not meet the standards seen in new home construction or were poorly planned floor plans from the beginning. Sometimes the value of some real estate lies in the actual lot, not the home that resides on it.


BEFORE DEMO: This current MCH&R project entailed removing the old home and clearing the lot for a new custom home. The original house was poorly planned and required extensive overdue maintenance and updating.


AFTER DEMO: Major mature trees remain in the opened up and cleared lot. The custom home design is in the structural engineering process and getting ready for permit acquisition.


Designers, Diana and Franky, pose in front of the demolition equipment during a recent site visit.


MCH&R Estimator, Eric, and Production Manager, Mark, work on developing the actual driveway elevation for our client to view.


Surveying the site and confirming the topography for proper layout.


The original house pad will be compacted and built up to accommodate the new home site.


Preliminary schematics for the new custom home are being fine-tuned to reflect the design objectives of our clients. Stay tuned for more updates later this summer


Design, Build, and Enjoy!

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