CARPENTRY

Superstition Carpentry provides services in both rough framing and trim carpentry. Whether it be single- family tract or custom homes, multi-family housing, or commercial work, you can trust that Superstition will provide you with the quality that you deserve.
Superstition Carpentry evokes innovative solutions in both technology and hands-on skill sets to adapt to the ever-changing housing market.

What We Do

Turn-Key
Rough Carpentry

Turn-Key
Trim Carpentry

Components
(Panelization)

General
Contracting

Our Team

Vince Palazzolo

Vince Palazzolo

General Manager

Vince has been with Superstition since the early ‘80’s. After attending Arizona State University and earning a business degree, Vince joined Superstition by chance. Passing by a jobsite one day, Vince noticed a crew struggling to lift a wall. Vince stopped and gave them a hand. He was hired on the spot. He worked his way up the ladder and eventually became one of the co-owners of Superstition Carpentry. Vince holds multiple contractor’s licenses and is a central figure in the Arizona building community.

Dave Lindberg

Dave Lindberg

General Superintendent

Dave started with Superstition in 1978, when he spoke to a friend about possibly going to work for this new contractor and was immediately hired as an apprentice carpenter. Over the years, he worked his way up from apprentice to General Superintendent. Dave has held a General Contractors License and did work on a verity of different projects. He brings over forty-three years of experience to Superstition with his diverse aspects of the construction industry.  He’s a big proponent of training and keeping employees to re-build our trade base. Not only does Dave provide ongoing experience, he also adds character, loyalty and great work ethic, making Superstition an even better team.

Scott Bryant

Scott Bryant

Lead Estimator

Scott was with Superstition for 18 years previously. Scott worked as a trim carpenter, trim foreman and finally as an estimator. Scott was known for high level of quality and knowledge when it came to trim. When Scott came into the office as an estimator, it was to lend his expertise in trim to a bunch of rough framers that composed the estimating department. Once in the department, Scott learned the “rough” side of estimating. In his return, Scott presides over all aspects of the estimating department. Scott also worked in the oil industry as a safety manager. He brings that knowledge back with him to consult in our safety program.

Jerry Hohman

Jerry Hohman

Quality Control Coordinator/Safety Manager

Jerry was with Superstition 17 years prior to his return. His journey through Superstition started as a laborer and progressed through the ranks to foreman. His last 2 years were in quality control. Other construction experience under his belt are 5 years as a superintendent for a general contractor and 9 years working under his own general contractor’s license. Jerry’s keen eye for quality and attention to detail, make him a perfect fit to lead our quality control department. Jerry also takes on the additional task of being the companies safety manager. Jerry’s tireless effort keeps both departments running smoothly.

Louie Ochoa

Louie Ochoa

Plant Manager

Louie started his construction career in 1985 as a laborer on a large apartment complex. He then came to work for Superstition where he honed his trade. While with Superstition, Louie was the lead man on a very successful and productive crew. After his days with Superstition, Louie held positions with several construction companies as a foreman and superintendent. Louie was also a Lieutenant at the Red Rock Correctional Facility, where Superstition Components operates our wall plant. One day, a chance encounter between Vince Palazzolo and Louie while Louie was working as a vocational instructor in the carpentry trade, led to Louie coming aboard as the Plant Manager. The combination of his correctional career and his carpentry skills have made Louie a huge success in his current position.

Jon Cambern

Jon Cambern

Superintendent

In 1984, Jon came to Superstition straight out of trade school. Jon’s schooling naturally would have given him a leg up on others joining the trade. Unfortunately, Jon’s first foreman was a mean sort. Jon was thrown a broom and told to start sweeping. Jon survived that first day and spent the next 15 years with the company. He learned the trade quickly and became one of the top foremen in the company. After his time with Superstition, Jon went to work with some of the local home builders as a superintendent. Jon’s carpentry knowledge, combined with the insights of the home builders’ side, make him a perfect framing superintendent.