David Schroeder


David Schroeder, President

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As president of Nordby Signature Homes, David Schroeder oversees residential construction companywide with over 20 years of experience as a builder. David joined the Nordby team in 2000 as a project manager and became vice president in of Signature Homes in 2005.

Today, he is a Nordby partner focused on client relationships and business development. In his experience leading Nordby Signature Homes, David has seen many clients return to Nordby to build an additional home or commercial project. He says, "It is the highest compliment when a client comes back for another project.”

David has a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and Engineering with undergraduate studies in architecture from Arizona State University. He is a husband and father of two children. David enjoys supporting youth sports in his local community. He coached youth basketball and served as a board member of the Positive Coaching Alliance for several years. In his spare time, you can find David on the golf course.

Craig Nordby


Craig Nordby, CEO

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Craig has over 26 years of construction experience working his way up from project engineer to managing operations for Nordby Construction. As company CEO, Craig oversees project managers, project engineers, and field superintendents responsible for the construction phase of Nordby’s commercial building projects. Craig's responsibilities include coordinating, managing, and controlling all project activities. In addition, he is responsible for overall contracts, cost management, monitoring job progress, and Due Diligence Projects.

Bob Collins

Chief Financial Officer

Bob Collins, Chief Financial Officer

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Bob has over 30 years of accounting, finance and administration experience. As Chief Financial Officer Bob is responsible for the accounting and finance activities. He has extensive experience in managing banking relationships, financial forecasting, budgeting, and cash management. Bob joined Nordby Construction in 1999.