Brooks Worthing

Vice President
aka Design/Build Emeritus or Problem Solver in a Can

After 41 years our Former President and the founder of B.A. Worthing, Inc. took a step down in 2020 to focus on family and retirement!

Brooks had not yet graduated from college when he finished building his first home. It was immediately clear that he enjoyed residential construction. Earning his General Contractor’s License in 1980, recognition of his skills came quickly for the young home builder. Brooks’ business grew and soon he was building and remodeling more than twenty homes and commercial buildings a year.

Brooks believes that whether building a new home from the ground up, or remodeling an existing property, it is essential that an open and clear line of communication exists with our clients. Brooks has always believed that valuing the input of our client’s ideas and concerns clearly define the vision of our designs and construction outcomes.

Brooks is still actively involved in working with his daughter, Alena on the design development side of our business, Brooks Design. Through the process of design collaboration, we are able to translate our clients vision allowing us to begin the process of making their dreams a reality.

Having been in the design-build business for over forty years Brooks has passed his knowledge on to his daughter and imparted the importance of his business values, timeliness, attention to detail, and integrity. Being very explicit with our clients from the beginning we work to keep an open line of communication and demystify the building process for them. Once we understand their expectations, we set priorities and are able to give them an idea of approximate costs and time frames.

Brooks' year of success in maintaining good relationships with our clients is evident in the number of clients that are referred to us by word of mouth. I selected my daughter, Alena to carry on my legacy as I know she is committed to maintaining these values as well.

"B.A. Worthing, Inc. develops over 90% of our business directly from referrals. "It is important to build a solid rapport with the people you work with, and for. Our customers are happy and that leads to great references."

Brooks Worthing