Mark and Sue Wild, Owners
Mark and Sue started G.M. Wild Construction in 1987 with an old Ford van and a classic Macintosh SE computer, although Mark had his beginning in construction in 1977 as a carpenter’s helper. After graduation from college in 1984, they moved to San Francisco, where Mark worked on the floor of the Pacific Stock Exchange and Sue worked for a commercial real estate developer. After realizing that Maine was home, they returned and began their own remodeling business.
They enjoy being in the outdoors, including cycling, hiking and kayaking and love to travel, but especially like spending time with their two children, Caroline and Parker.
They strive to give personal attention to every client, to provide an excellent product and to have G.M. Wild Construction be the best remodeling firm with whom you’ve ever worked.
Justin Asfahl, Lead Carpenter
Justin has worked at G.M. Wild Construction since 2007. As a Lead Carpenter, Justin’s objectives are to manage a high quality project that is exciting, fun, and successful. He is a skilled carpenter who excels at remodeling projects big and small. Justin is certified in lead safe remodeling.
Justin married Amanda in 2007 and they have a daughter, Avery, who was born in 2010. They live in West Gardiner. Justin enjoys spending time with family and watching Avery grow up. When he gets some free time, Justin likes to fish, hike and kayak. When he’s not working on small projects around his home, Justin enjoys making his own wine and helping his friends.
Bob Grant, Lead Carpenter
Bob joined G.M. Wild Construction, Inc in August of 2008 after deciding that he wanted to pursue a career doing something that he loves. Bob enjoys the challenges of renovation carpentry and helping our clients see their dreams become reality. He became a Lead Carpenter in 2011.
Bob is married to Patricia Cavanaugh and together they have three daughters. In the warm months, Bob races sports cars for Hammerheads Racing. When he’s not on the track, Bob can be found cycling, sea kayaking and moving large granite slabs around his property.