The Lane Team
Your Lane Homes and Remodeling Team consists of highly skilled and experienced designers, draftspeople, production managers, project managers and lead carpenters. Working with you, their goal is to bring your vision for your home to life while ensuring your project is completed on budget, on time and is of the highest quality.
Earned a B.S. in Business from Old Dominion University and served in the Seabees, the U.S. Naval Construction Battalion. Ed loves the challenges of the construction business "because no two projects are alike and we meet all kinds of interesting people".
Along with a B.S. in Business Management from Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida, Edward has more than fifteen years of experience in residential design and construction.
Your Lane Homes and Remodeling, Inc. team consists of highly skilled and experienced designers, draftspeople, production managers, project managers and lead carpenters. Working together with you, their goal is to bring your vision for your home to life while ensuring your project is completed on budget, on time, and is of the highest quality.
As lead designer, Geoff has been a part of the Lane Homes & Remodeling team for almost two decades. With an associate’s degree in Engineering Technology, Architectural Specialization, Geoff has been working with CAD systems for 20 years with a primary focus in Chief Architect. He delivers detailed realist renderings that meet and exceed client expectations. When he is not busy designing, he enjoys tennis and working out.
Alan Bicomong, Designer
Since earning his B.S. degree in Architecture from University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines in 1987, Alan has worked in design for a total of 19 years. His favorite part of the job is accepting day-to-day challenges of every project from design concept to final design. In his spare time, you can find him doing simple home repairs, traveling, spending quality time with his family, and trying to stay fit.
In 2017, Sarah graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Residential Environments and Design, an accredited Kitchen and Bath Design program from the NKBA. She also gained her Associate Kitchen & Bath Designer (AKBD) certification through the NKBA in November 2017. Previously, Sarah worked for a kitchen and bath remodeling company in the Washington, D.C. area. When she isn't creating new residential designs, Sarah spends her time with photography, traveling, and baking.
Tom Homer, Director of Production
A Pennsylvania native, Tom moved to Virginia with over 13 years of new construction experience. Before joining the Lane Homes & Remodeling team, Tom volunteered as a Plan Services Director at a Christian college in Madison County, Virginia. In 2001, land and farming brought him to the outskirts of Richmond and to Lane Homes & Remodeling. As Director of Production, Tom is the foundation between the sale and final product. In his free time, he enjoys farming.
David is another one of our Hokies; he graduated from Virginia Tech in 1975 with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. He has been a part of our Lane Homes team for 12 years as a production coordinator. As the liaison between the client, the design team and the production team, David facilitates the product selection process, orders products and materials and coordinates work with vendors and subcontractors. David spent several years prior to his employment with Lane Homes as a Facilities Manager and has an extensive background in home building, on both the design and the construction sides. He spends his free time traveling to his teenage sons’ athletic activities and enjoys road trips, hiking, camping and hanging around home working on carpentry projects.
Bud Blankenship, CraftsmanBud has more than 30 years of construction experience. He is skilled in all aspects of the field, but his favorite job-site activities are demolition and building concrete foundation footings. In his free time, Bud enjoys deer hunting.
Chris Dunivan, Project ManagerChris started working in construction with his dad 20 years ago and has continued ever since. His favorite part of the job is seeing plans turn into reality and watching the drastic changes from demo to the finished project. When Chris isn't working, he enjoys being a full-time Dad, rebuilding cars to include all his own mechanical work, fishing, hunting, and camping.
Parker Massengill, Craftsman's Assistant