Meet the Team

Our biggest asset is our people, from Brian and his leadership to our project managers, field managers and in-house crews. As new home contractors, we are intentional in building a work environment where the employees are appreciated, want to go to work and can grow as individuals and as a team.

Brian Sineath

Growing up, Brian worked for his dad Tommy during summers and after school. He used his carpentry skills to build custom homes while working his way through college. After earning a B.S. in Industrial/ Construction Technology (and meeting Allyson!) from Appalachian State University, he worked at a large production builder and over nine years, learned the ins and outs of all aspects of construction management, from superintendent to division construction manager in large cities throughout the southeast.

Brian’s goal, his family’s goal, is to understand each client’s needs so well that Sineath Construction delivers a product that absolutely thrills clients beyond anything they could have imagined.

Allyson Sineath
Vice President

Allyson fell in love with Western North Carolina — and Brian — as a freshman at Appalachian State. After college, she reluctantly left her beloved mountains to pursue a career teaching high school history, while Brian went to work with a national builder. Two sons later, Allyson found herself back in the mountains as part of a family construction business that represented her values and and priorities.

Allyson says the best thing about her work with Sineath Construction is that she is immediately accessible to clients. Her goal is to ensure clients receive a high-quality product at a fair price.

Monica Beebe
Administrative Coordinator

Monica ensures the office runs smoothly, and she works with clients to complete their selections on time throughout the construction process. As a long-time member of the Sineath team, Monica enjoys the family-like work environment and leadership that supports each client’s vision for their project.

Patrick Medlin

Patrick has worked in the construction industry in one fashion or another since 2007. As staff accountant, he works with Allyson to ensure the business runs smoothly and accurately. After graduating summa cum laude from Fort Lewis College in 2006 with a degree in accounting, Patrick began his accounting career in public accounting and quickly gravitated toward working with clients in the construction and engineering fields.

Patrick says he’s always been fascinated with men and women who have mastered a skill or trade. And while he may not be out in the field bringing our clients' dreams to life, he takes satisfaction in supporting those who do. In his spare time, Patrick loves to snowboard and mountain bike, and it’s even better when he can share these passions with his wife and kids.

Edward F. Dgien
Production Manager

Ed is responsible for overseeing Sineath Construction’s field managers and ensuring projects stay on schedule and are completed to our rigorous and high standards. He is frequently on job sites and regularly interacts with customers, subcontractors, and vendors to ensure our projects meet our quality and production goals. He enjoys teaching and training our field managers and facilitates ongoing training classes with our trade partners involvement.

A 30-year veteran of the construction industry, Ed appreciates the diversity of the projects Sineath Construction builds and especially enjoys problem solving that comes along with building the client’s vision. Ed loves to spend time outdoors at work and at play.

Chad Vanne
Purchasing and Estimating Manager

Chad is responsible for estimating project costs and purchasing the resources to build them. He negotiates contracts with our vendors and subcontractors to represent our client’s interest and to keep the jobs on target with the estimate. Involved in Sineath Construction’s projects from start to finish, Chad works with clients during the initial estimate phase and then again when pricing options during construction.

Chad previously worked in manufacturing management as well as owned a small construction business. When Chad isn’t working, he’s spending time with his wife and two daughters. He also loves to work on cars and participate in high performance road course driving events.

Dylan Burford
Field Manager

As a field manager, Dylan ensures crews complete their portion of the construction process on time and up to Sineath Construction’s high standards for quality and craftsmanship. He works with clients, subcontractors, and vendors to safeguard that expectations are met and communication is clear. Dylan enjoys guiding a project from start to finish, when it all comes together, and the project is turned over to the client. He earned a Bachelor of Science in construction engineering technology and a minor in management from East Tennessee State University.

In January 2020, he was awarded the Sustainability and Green Building Scholarship from the National Home Builders Association to attend the 2020 International Builders Show. Dylan enjoys being outside and exploring new trails, food, and places with his wife.

Greg Hughes
Field Manager

As a jobsite leader, Greg is exceptionally skilled in managing the many moving parts and people involved in a construction project. He is responsible for maintaining a progressive workflow, including accurate scheduling and budgeting. Greg has spent nearly a decade of his 25+ year construction career with Sineath Construction in part because of the company’s commitment to grow and advance its team. A family man at heart, Greg and his wife of 30 years have three daughters.

Joel Parsons
Field Manager

Joel is responsible for onsite management of assigned construction projects, from scheduling crews and vendors and inspecting workmanship for quality to staying on budget and on time. He is involved in the everyday project details and enjoys interacting with clients and subcontractors. Joel holds a Bachelor of Science in construction management and appreciates Sineath Construction’s focus on developing and training its team at the highest level of construction.

Joel’s passions include faith, family, and fishing.

Alex Seiler
Field Manager

With more than two decades of construction experience, Alex is responsible for managing all aspects of the jobsite and ensuring the project is completed to plans and specifications that meet Sineath Construction’s high standard for quality and craftsmanship. Alex holds a Bachelor of Construction Management and an Associates in Architectural Technology. When he’s not on a jobsite, Alex spends time with his wife and two daughters.

Noah Durham
Field Manager

Noah is responsible for managing all the moving parts and people on the job site involved in a construction project. Overseeing the everyday project details, Noah schedules crews and vendors, and also inspects all workmanship for quality to ensure all work achieves Sineath’s high standards. Noah joined Sineath after spending nearly a decade in the construction industry and holds a certificate in construction management.

His favorite aspect of working at Sineath is how well everyone communicates - with each other, clients, and vendors. When not on the job site, Noah loves to travel, trout fish, and white water kayak. He is also an active national ski patroller.

Paul Maki
Field Manager

Paul came to Sineath Construction with almost three decades of construction industry experience. As a field manager, Paul is an adept jobsite manager. He ensures work standards, timelines and specifications are achieved and meet our high standard for quality and craftsmanship. Paul appreciates our team approach to achieving client goals for their projects. Most recently, Paul obtained a North Carolina home inspection certification.

When he’s not at a jobsite, Paul enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and camping with his wife, while also exploring the region and experiencing the local vibe. He often winds his way through the mountains on his motorcycle.