Meet the Owners
Craig Durosko, Founder & Chairman
Craig founded Sun Design Remodeling in 1988 with one simple philosophy- helping people with their homes. He has been instrumental in growing a one person sunroom repair and deck building shop into a successful architectural design-build firm with more than 50 employees.
Over the years, Craig has worn almost every hat in the organization. His true passion has always been the role of building and maintaining Sun Design’s culture that is based on providing a great experience for clients as well as employees, vendors and trades people.
“After 30 years I still look forward to going into work each day. I enjoy the culture we have built here at Sun Design and the people I work with. I enjoy our clients and love to see them light up when their vision comes to life. They can see how our work has improved the way their homes function for their families. I enjoy seeing the awards our designers get for their creativity and the awards our entire staff gets for growing a successful business based on serving our clients,” says Craig.
Craig’s certifications include: CR, Certified Remodeler, and CAPS, Certified Aging in Place Specialist, from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI); and CGP, Certified Green Professional from the National Association of Home Builders. He has been on the NARI’s Metro DC chapter board and has served as its education chairperson for a number of years. Craig has received two Image Awards and the President’s Award from NARI.
Craig enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, keeping a healthy mind and body, and mountain biking.
Bob Gallagher, President
Bob joined Sun Design in the summer of 1993. He’s done it all at the company – from selling and designing his own projects to managing the sales and design team, to where he is today as President and co-owner – managing all company operations.
Bob has been instrumental in building and improving the company’s operational procedures in all departments. “I always keep an open mind to new ideas and finding ways to implement them. Sun Design is an organization that harnesses the talent of its team of innovative people. That’s why I love working here – we are always looking for ways to improve; all the while stopping to celebrate the success we have along the way”, says Bob.
For more than 10 years, Bob served on the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) board of directors; he was chair of strategic planning from 2002-2004. He was the local metro DC NARI chapter president from 2000-2002. In recognition of his efforts he has received many awards including three President’s Awards from NARI and the Hall of Fame Award from the local NARI chapter. He has also been featured in the media – on the cover of a number of trade magazines and in many news articles over the years.
Bob and his wife have seven children. In his spare time, he enjoys kayaking, mountain biking, camping, and continual personal education.
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