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Troy passionately pursued his career and education in practical construction and construction management through the Carpenters Union four year program. As a third generation carpenter he was immediately placed in internships beside senior project managers at an early age. Through the internships with high volume commercial construction companies, this lead to a faster progression through the training which advanced him into supervisory positions early in his career. With that knowledge gained he moved into the custom residential sector of the industry for two years before leaving Southern California.
Settling in Durango Colorado in 1993, he and his father Terry formed the Dyerbilt companies in 1994. Focused primarily on the upper end luxury home market, they grew the company from $400,000 to just under $18 million annually in fourteen years. One notable project included 60% of the vertical building of single family homes -and multi-family town homes- in The Glacier Club. As Vice President in charge of business development, Troy sat on boards with the Big Brothers/ Big Sisters organization and The Home Builders Association of Southwest Colorado. The team earned several awards in design, business management and environmental crusades through various organizations and publications both locally and nationally.
In 2009 Dyerbilt and Classique Custom Homes combined their knowledge and efforts in order to prosper in a new market environment. Troy maintained the position as President of ClassiqueBilt Development and Construction, LLC, to which he helped create jobs and maintain a strong name and brand recognition in the community. Known for their strength and second to none quality the company was able to weather the ‘Great Recession’ before his departure and it’s restructuring in July of 2013.
With the market trending upward locally, in the summer of 2013 Troy created and now operates as the president of the newly formed Veritas Fine Homes Inc. Veritas’ focus is toward a more intimate experience for its clients while providing exceptional service and quality in both the luxury residential and light commercial sectors. In just three years Veritas has grown from $480,000 to almost $7M in annual volume, and has earned two unsolicited national publication recognitions and awards.
David LubrantProject Coordinator
David was raised in Carbondale, CO. He was introduced to the construction industry through his father Ken Lubrant. David shadowed and learned many traits from his father who was a General Contractor. David now follows his father’s footsteps, starting as a laborer and has earned himself the position as project manager for Veritas Fine Homes. This accomplishment comes directly from hard work and dedication. His hands on and background gives him a vast knowledge of construction and has given him strong leadership and problem solving skills. David brings strong management skills to Veritas Fine Homes with direct focus to the project at hand. His focus is geared to achieve a product under budget, on schedule, and build the highest quality of product.
David moved to Durango, CO in the fall of 1999 to further his education. During this time he began working construction between some college classes and realized that building was his passion. David has taken many online construction management classes through San Joaquin Valley College, CA. Classes included Architectural design theory, Estimating & bidding, Scheduling & quality control, Construction communication procedures, and Construction Law. These classes have helped David excel to the qualified project manager he is today; not to mention he was awarded for excellent participation and earned himself a spot on the Dean’s list.
Outside of work David is married to his beautiful wife Lindsay Lubrant, who is a career driven woman working for Chimera Communications. Together they have a 2 year old daughter Addyson, who loves to dance. David and his wife Lindsay love spending time outdoors as a family including activities such as camping, fishing, biking and hunting.
Natalie SpringerProject Coordinator and Design Support
Established employee of Veritas Fine Homes, Inc., Natalie continues to be entertained by her position with Veritas as she has incredible respect for the work Troy and his staff does and is excited to have found her dream job. Natalie looked very hard to find a career in which her education and skills will shine. She graduated from Fort Lewis College in 2005 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. Natalie comes to Veritas with 5 years of experience from Bank of the San Juans, working primarily in the loan department. She has generated the necessary skills to assist with the different levels of construction, from financing the loans, working through budgets, draw requests and finalizing the mortgage. Natalie also developed her customer relation’s skills while working with a floor covering company and within the construction industry. She also brings bookkeeping and accounting knowledge to her position. She takes on several different rolls here at Veritas Fine Homes as the Office Manager. She assists with marketing, client relations, helps with budget estimation, assists with pre-construction permitting, and consulting on interior design with finish selections.
Natalie is active in the community organizations and in her daily life. Natalie serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors HBASC (Home Builders Association of the Southwest Colorado), is a member of YPOD (young professionals of Durango) and can be seen attending any number of local meeting and events. She also enjoys everything this mountain town has to offer. She loves hiking, biking, camping, paddle boarding, golf, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and has a hobby of gardening. You name it she’s either tried it or does it on the regular.
Natalie is happily married to Ryan Springer, owner of locally operated Out of Sight Window Cleaning. Together they have a dog, a cat, and 2 nieces and 2 nephews.
Terry DyerProject Coordinator
As a second generation carpenter, Terry began his career in Southern California at the age of 18. Starting in the carpenter’s apprenticeship program through the Carpenters Union of Southern California, he embraced the work ethic and formal education, graduated 1 year early at the top of his class, and immediately formed Dyer Bros. Construction with his older brother.
Early work included custom homes in and around Pasadena, CA, many of which focused on period-specific craftsman style. Terry eventually moved into the commercial sector with focus on medical and bio-tech facilities. Terry was instrumental in the early development of Amgen’s campus in Newbury Park, CA from 1981 through 1990. During the Amgen term alone he produced over $50M and 310,000 square feet of R&D facilities, production laboratories, testing laboratories, shipping and receiving and their 100,000 s.f. executive headquarters. In parallel with their work at Amgen, they built production and R&D facilities for one of Johnson and Johnson’s sister companies Iolab, as well as the Del Amo Diagnostic Center in Torrance, CA, several churches, public works facilities, car dealerships and small chemical plants throughout Southern California.
Dyer Bros.’s effective, efficient, and genuine hands-on general contracting skills and knowledge of the business earned the brothers an early retirement in 1991. Terry then chose Southwest Colorado the place to spend his life where he decided to come out of retirement, and along with son Troy founded Dyerbilt Construction in 1994. After Dyerbilt’s merger with Classique Custom Homes in spring of 2009 Terry performed as a Senior Project Manager and primary Field Operations Manager until the company’s dissolution in 2013.
Terry is often hand-selected by clients because of his ability to communicate and present ideas that always fall in the best interest of the finished product and the team. Be it through material selection, best construction practices, value engineering, or detailing to achieve authentication, he has the years of wisdom and passion that the luxury home and light commercial industry deserves and currently does so through Veritas Fine Homes Inc.
Jeremy LeMastersProject Coordinator
Jeremy was a proud member of the United States Army, serving with the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The military was an excellent experience for Jeremy and he feels that it taught him to have confidence in his abilities and talents. He learned to not only lead by example, but to also be a good follower, a team player, and to always practice bringing his best to help drive the Company’s success forward.
After the military he started building houses in Western North Carolina, in Asheville. He met the love of his life, his beautiful wife Stephanie. She has given him 4 wonderful children and purpose in this world. He stole her away from the Carolinas and brought her to his original home, Colorado. Jeremy and Stephanie just celebrated their 20th anniversary this past November.
Jeremy moved his family to Durango in 2000. He feels fortunate to have found such a wonderful place to raise his family. Three of his 4 children were born in Durango. Austin, his oldest son, is a junior in college at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in New York. Bella is 12 years old and is turning into a beautiful, bright young lady so quickly. Noah is 10 years old and wants to be an author when he grows up. Caleb, the baby, is 7 years old and is bounding with energy and enthusiasm that seems to have no limit.
Jeremy is excited to be a part of the Veritas Fine Homes team. He has known and worked with Troy Dyer for many years and has always had a great deal of respect for him, for his quality as a craftsman and friend.
Brett BrodersenProject Coordinator
Brett Brodersen was born and raised in Arizona where he was introduced to construction at an early age by his father and grandfather. Brett went on to develop a passion for building while earning a bachelors in Construction Management from Northern Arizona University. While studying he also worked as a carpenter for the university’s facility management department. After graduation Brett moved to Colorado to be close to the Rocky Mountains and begin a career in construction first working as a Superintendent for a commercial remodel contractor then going on to the renewable energy sector working as a project coordinator for SolarCity in Denver.
After six years in the front range Brett and his fiancé Tiffany decided it was time for a change. With much consideration they chose Durango as the town they would settle down in. Upon arrival in Durango with no job and few contacts Brett began approaching some of the top home builder’s in the area to direct his career toward building custom homes. Quickly, Brett was introduced to Troy and Natalie and was fortunate to join the Veritas family. Brett feels he has truly found his calling because he is able to express his creativity while working closely with clients to build their dream home.
While not working Brett enjoys spending time outside hiking, riding his mountain bike, and skiing.