From late 2001 to mid 2004, I served as the project manager for a 22,000 square foot custom home built in North Raleigh, located inside the beltline. The project cost over $12 million to complete over the course of 2 years and 8 months. The property had 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and included luxury finishes like elliptical ceilings, gold leaf Italian plaster corbels, a chef's kitchen with appliances delivered from France, and custom herringbone hardwoods that were built from recovered wood sourced from an 18th century cotton mill in Virginia. Our clients also wanted his and hers large custom closets, custom Italian plastered ceilings, and large marble staircase with iron railings that were made on site by a skilled blacksmith that traveled from New York. The exterior facade of the home was finished in an entirely custom brick fired specifically for our client and Indiana limestone around the door and windows. As the project manager, I was responsible for overseeing the project from start to finish, ordering all materials, and communicating with individual work crews and stakeholders to ensure that the project was completed successfully and in a timely fashion.