Spanning almost three decades David Gross has broad expertise in all types of residential and commercial construction. In his first decade of construction he built and developed over 150 affordable housing units in Philadelphia. During that time he also completed multiple and high end residential projects in Philadelphia’s prestigious Main Line area.
During his thirties he made the move to Crested Butte Colorado and worked as a lead project manager for renowned builder Fran Guy formerly of Holbrook and Guy general contractors. He then spent three years building two ultra custom modern homes with renowned architects Wernerfield in Dallas Texas.
Upon his return to Crested Butte in late 2011 he was lucky enough to secure the Secret Stash new restaurant project which led to the first phase of the Club at Crested Butte’s slopeside project.
With a career spanning more than 25 years and over a 100 projects he has positioned himself as one of the top general contractors in the Gunnison valley. His experience has allowed him to be able to provide a top quality project with efficiency and expertise.
David, along with his wife and their two children, live in Crested Butte. Their family is very involved with the Gunnison Valley Special Needs Network, where David is the co-founder and vice-president (GVSNN.) Their son, Benjamin, was born with Down Syndrome and diagnosed with Autism at the age of four. David is active in the Down Syndrome Autism Connection, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the dual diagnoses of both Down Syndrome and Autism (DS-Autism.org).
David graduated from Michigan State University. He is a six-time Ironman triathlete, and also enjoys randonee endurance skiing in the great Rocky Mountains.