Superintendent Craig Gamache began his carpentry apprenticeship in 2006 with Rhodey, and he went on to complete journeyman training in 2011. Today, he manages and oversees a variety of projects from start to finish. Whatever the project scope or size, Craig’s talents and skills are relied upon by his team.

A self-proclaimed “do-er,” Craig takes pride in doing what it takes to get the job done right, not only for himself, but also for the success of the project. As all aspects are underway, he focuses on three main things: craftsmanship, quality and efficiency. That focus carries through to the details, including doors, framing, wood blocking, hardware and trim. His greatest strength is his capability to handle all types of work in the field and he strives to maintain the highest standards and quality throughout

Adaptable and easy to work with, Craig’s favorite part of the project is its completion. He enjoys looking back on each part of the process, and what has been built and accomplished for the client. As part of the team, Craig gains tremendous satisfaction by doing his best work for Rhodey customers.

In 2016, Craig completed the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Superintendent Career Training Program.