Mike Gramly, president of Gramly Construction Inc., has extensive experience in all phases of custom home building and is especially well known for his attention to detail in carpentry and construction management. With over 40 years’ experience, he remains dedicated to the highest standards of fine craftsmanship in every home he builds.
Mike Gramly started his first company in 1981 framing single family homes, townhomes, and commercial buildings in Colorado. Upon acquiring his general contractors license in 1984, he began building custom homes and received 1st Place accolades for two homes entered in Colorado Springs Parade of Homes that year. In 1988, Mike and his family moved to Las Vegas and he worked for Doug Cornwall of Cornwall Construction. Based on a shared work ethic, Mike quickly became Doug’s go-to for managing and facilitating several projects.
In the years that followed, Gramly worked with Joe Crisci managing custom remodels, tenant improvements, and custom cabinetry. In 1993, Mike was hired to build a custom private residence, an impressive 27,000 sq. ft. estate in Spanish Trails. During the summer of 1997 and early development of the Seven Hills area, Mike worked with Vision Craft Homes to build two homes on the Street of Dreams. Finally, in November 1998 Mike founded Gramly Construction, Inc. Throughout Gramly’s career he has handled building projects for high-profile Las Vegas families.
Equally dedicated to his family, as his work, he enjoys family get-togethers & holidays with his wife, children and grandchildren. Mike is an avid race fan and enjoys golfing with friends and clients.
Vice President / Secretary / Treasurer
Judy joined the team at Gramly Construction in 2018. Judy’s previous career of 35 years was in Human Resources management. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management, as well as PHR and SHRM-CP professional certifications. Her extensive knowledge and experience in management, employee relations and numerous administrative and agency functions, are a valuable complement to the business. Judy’s role with Gramly Construction involves administrative and strategic initiatives, as well as connecting with community. Along with the satisfaction she derives from her work, Judy enjoys traveling and spending quality time with her husband, children and grandchildren. She has completed a number of wine-tasting courses and enjoys cooking and sharing food, wine and recipes with family and friends.
Chris has been associated with Gramly Construction since inception, having grown up with the family business and learning from his father. Chris helps manage the company and projects, with responsibility relating to quality and safety measures for monitoring procedures and equipment on jobsites. He is a sports enthusiast and currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration.
Jim brings over 50 years of construction management experience to the Gramly team. Raised in Idaho, Jim grew up learning all aspects of the general contracting business through his family’s construction company. He followed his interest and skill for woodworking early in his career, with roles as estimator and project manager for architectural woodwork with the family business. As project manager for Gramly Construction, Jim is directly involved in the daily operations of construction projects to provide field support and ensure quality control, from start to finish. Jim is married and the proud father of five sons. He enjoys woodworking, gardening, fishing, hunting, and photography.
Barry has been with Gramly Construction for over 20 years. Since his apprentice days of digging trenches to present day, he has grown into a master of his craft – building fine custom furniture, cabinets and wall units. Barry brings 35 years’ experience as a finish carpenter to the Gramly team. He appreciates the challenge and fine details of woodworking. Beyond his professional skills, Barry conveys the highest level of honesty and integrity in his role as superintendent with Gramly Construction. He is an aviation enthusiast and holds his pilot’s license.