A SWFL native, Ryan spent his childhood enjoying the Marco Island lifestyle that draws so many to this tiny island paradise. As he grew up, Ryan’s summer vacations turned to hard work, where he learned the construction business from the ground up. After high school, Ryan set off for the University of Notre Dame where he graduated in 2001 with a degree in Finance and a minor in Accounting. After a stint on Wall Street, he decided to join his Dad to help run the family business. Ryan received his State of Florida Certified Building Contractor license in 2005.
In 2020, Kevin handed the reigns to Ryan, who continues their legacy of building the finest luxury, custom homes in Southwest Florida and looks forward to serving their community for years to come. Ryan now enjoys taking adventure trips with his wife Denise, along with spending time on the boat and coaching various sports for his twin boys.
Wade’s hometown is Naples. He has been married to his wife for over 10 years and together they have three children. He enjoys spending quality time with his family, cooking, golfing, and fishing. Our clients are what he loves most about this industry because, by the completion of their project, they feel like family. He has watched the KWC team grown from a father-son team to a company with 8 employees. Our dedication to building a strong foundation in order to properly cater to our clients’ needs is what he loves about KWC.
MaryCate is native to the Sunshine State. She earned her master’s in psychology from NOVA Southeastern University in 2019. During her free time, she enjoys reading and writing as well as partaking in her favorite outdoor activities: beach volleyball, rollerblading, and gardening. Collaborating with clients and trades to help truly bring a vision to life is what she loves about this industry. KWC provides the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally in a family-like environment, which sets KWC apart.
Jason and his family are originally from Chesterfield, Michigan. They relocated to Florida during the summer of 2022 to join the KWC team. He has been married to his wife for 21 years, together, they have two daughters and a dog. He started in the working as a trade immediately after high school, worked for a framing contractor, then moved onto finish carpentry. Once he found his true passion for the trades, he owned and operated his own finish carpentry/building company for over 20 years. He enjoys custom home building because each project is unique. He loves the tight knit family feel of the company and making clients’ dreams – reality!
Alex was born and raised in Miami but now calls Naples home. He has been married to his wife for three years, together, they have three children: Jakob, Julian, and Alessandra. He enjoys cutting hair for his family and friends, completing a variety of DIY projects, and coaching his children’s sports’ teams. He loves this industry because it provides the opportunity to observe the tremendous transformation from the very beginning of a project to the conclusion. The family-like atmosphere we share as well as the pursuit of luxury in every project is what he loves about KWC.
Originally from upstate New York, Kevin graduated from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany. There, he met and married his wife Sallie and not long afterwards, decided to take a trip to visit her parents, who had moved to Marco Island, Florida. Immediately falling in love with the beauty and charm of this Southwest Florida paradise, Kevin and Sallie agreed it would be a wonderful place to live and raise their family. So, they moved everything, including their 8-month-old daughter, Lindsay, to sunny Marco Island in 1977 and never looked back.
Kevin Williams Construction, Inc. began in 1985, as many small businesses do, with hard work and relentless hours. Kevin’s determination to build the most luxurious custom homes and his desire to provide personalized service to all his clients set the foundation of his continued success. He built a reputation for excellence and welcomed son, Ryan, to the business in 2004. In 2020 Kevin hung up his tool belt for the last time, leaving his son Ryan to continue the family legacy of Kevin Williams Construction.