Boyd Riding started building residential homes when he was only 14 years old. He has been involved in nearly every facet of the construction industry including architect, framer, mason, finish work, cabinetry, and appliances. Boyd even worked for one of the largest modular home companies in the United States. He also spent time repairing sunken homes and resolving builders’ mistakes. After gaining experience, Boyd started several residential construction and remodeling companies where he learned to manage crews, solve problems, and deliver high-quality products. He also mastered the ability to maximize his clients’ space and budget. Then Boyd fell in love with the unique and exciting challenge of building Tiny Homes. He enjoys the creativity of maximizing limited space and meeting basic needs in unique ways. Boyd is fond of saying, “In a Tiny Home, the only limits are your budget and your imagination.”
Michael L. Hawkins
Michael L. Hawkins is President and Founder of Alpine Tiny Homes. His background is in ownership and executive management of power generation facilities and oilfields for over 25 years. This includes development, design, engineering, construction, start-up and ongoing operations of new facilities, both large and small. Mr. Hawkins holds a BA degree from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
“I really enjoy helping new companies succeed,” Michael says. “That means building a business around the concept of meeting and exceeding the expectations of our customers. People come to us from all walks of life looking for something different and unique. Alpine Tiny Homes is all about helping them achieve their vision or objective. The bottom line is we deliver a high quality product, on time and as promised. “