Adam Faulkner and Kyle Faulkner are Archadeck of Raleigh-Durham’s two Design Consultants. Both have the insight and the ability to assist you in the design and planning of your perfect outdoor living space. They’ll start by discussing your project with you in a phone consultation. Then, they will meet with you at your home to learn more about your project goals and to measure and assess your project space. From this, they will prepare drawings for you to consider, and can even provide 3D renderings if you wish. Adam and Kyle will work closely with our production team to ensure that the final project you decide upon is built to specification, and are always available to answer any questions throughout the process.
Kyle and Adam have the same last name, are both from the Midwest, and moved to Raleigh from San Diego, but aren’t related. How’s that for a small world?
Adam Faulkner recently moved to Raleigh from San Diego with his family. He is originally from Indiana and attended Indiana University, where he graduated with a degree in business management. Adam’s professional background includes operation and sales management. For fun, Adam enjoys exploring Raleigh’s many parks and playgrounds with his wife and two young children. One of his favorite outdoor spots in the Triangle is Falls Lake.
Joseph hails from New York City where he enjoyed a lengthy work history in building and design. Trained as an architectural draftsman he has held positions as a draftsman, a site surveyor, and a design consultant. He enjoys working on all aspects of building projects from conception through completion.
A new resident of Apex, Joseph moved to NC to be closer to his family in Cary, who wonders what took him so long. As a first time home buyer, he’s looking forward to finally being the client on a home makeover! This makes nearby hardware stores his current favorite place to visit in the Triangle right now. He looks forward to exploring the great outdoor spots as well.
Neal Bell comes to North Carolina from Indiana, where he hasn’t missed a day of snow since leaving. His background includes previously working in healthcare along with sales, where his recent position as Design Consultant for Archadeck has allowed him to explore his passion for home improvement.
Along with his wife Charlene, Neal enjoys discovering all the area has to offer. Whether it be a new restaurant or a hidden running trail, he loves that there is never a lack of options in the Triangle.
Kyle grew up outside of Cincinnati, Ohio, helping to build custom residential homes in his father and grandfather’s family business. He later went on to serve as a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps and completed two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Kyle moved to North Carolina from San Diego in 2013 and took over Archadeck of Raleigh-Durham, which has been in operation for more than 30 years. Kyle and his wife, Paige, have two young daughters. One of Kyle’s favorite outdoor spots is exploring the Eno River and Hillsborough’s Riverwalk with his family.
To get your project started with Archadeck, you will meet with Danny Wood for a pre-construction meeting. Danny is our Project Manager, and he will serve as your primary liaison to the carpenters who work on your project. He will also coordinate, as needed, with building departments, inspectors, and vendors to ensure that all aspects of your project move forward as efficiently and smoothly as possible. Danny will remain available to answer any questions throughout your project.
Danny is a Johnston County native. He is a licensed general contractor, with more than 30 years of experience in custom residential construction. Danny has been a project manager with Archadeck since 2010. He enjoys the diversity of projects that we have the opportunity to build. Danny’s favorite outdoor spot in the Triangle is hunting on his family’s farm.
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Paige works behind the scenes at Archadeck, helping the family business by doing the accounting and assisting with marketing. She enjoys learning about all of the projects, as she has a love of design from a career working with art museums and historic architecture.
In addition to her work with Archadeck, Paige works part-time as a strategic planning and educational design consultant for museums and nonprofits across the country (when she’s not chasing after the couple’s two young daughters!). Paige grew up in Winston-Salem and has family in the Triangle. She survived growing up in a “divided household” with a Blue Devil father and a Tarheel mother. As many from this area know, that’s no small feat. One of Paige’s favorite local outdoor spots is Hideaway Woods at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham.
Kevin grew up just outside Ann Arbor, Michigan, and is a graduate of The University of Michigan. He started his Residential Construction career working with Home Builders in the Northern Virginia area before relocating to the Raleigh area in 1995. For 19 years, Kevin owned and operated an outdoor living and light remodeling business before taking on subsequent project management roles with residential construction companies and a commercial flooring contractor.
Kevin has been married for 28 years and has two grown daughters. He and his family enjoy vacationing together, especially the beach, and spending time together during the holidays. Being a carpenter for 30 years, Kevin continues to spend spare time woodworking and tackling home improvement projects. He is a “huge U2 fan”. He loves listening to various music genres, watching movies/shows with his wife, and exercising as often as possible. Kevin and his wife enjoy visiting Lake Benson in Garner to walk the trails or relax while looking over the water.
Nikki is a Production Assistant at Archadeck of Raleigh-Durham and the Greater Triangle. You may enjoy her answering the phone if you call and Sally is not around. But most commonly, you will get to know Nikki as the master of permits, as she will be assisting Danny and the team with applying for permits and picking them up once they are approved.
Originally from Queens, New York, Nikki moved to Pembroke Pines, Florida (outside of Fort Lauderdale) during elementary school. She grew up with a love for the performing arts and, to this day, she has a tendency to sing and dance randomly throughout the day. Nikki moved to Wake Forest, North Carolina last year because she wanted to experience all four seasons, “not just wet and inhumanely hot.” In her free time, she enjoys finding new hiking trails and nature preserves with her two dogs. Her favorites so far are Carol Joyner Park and Lake Johnson.