The entire Lovette project process encourages high-level communication between you and your project lead, ensuring exceeded expectations and a hassle-free process.
Consider your first reaction when you think “home remodeling”. Dust, noise, hassles, extending deadlines, ballooning budgets and crumbling expectations.
We believe home remodeling is intimate and personal for every client we serve. We design, engineer, and remodel homes knowing that we are being trusted with what is usually your single largest investment. We take that responsibility seriously.
For your guests, your friends and especially your family, we’re committed to remodeling that is inspiring, functional, and safe. Lastly, our thorough process ensures that we stay on time and on budget.
At Lovette Design+Build, we’re rebuilding expectations.
Clint grew up in Vestavia Hills, AL and attended Vestavia High School before going to the University of Alabama and receiving his degree in Business Management. He spent 10 years in a corporate business development position while remodeling three of his existing homes. In 2005, he decided to take his passion for remodeling and design to the next level and founded Lovette Construction. He holds the Certified Graduate Remodeler and the Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist designations from the National Association of Home Builders. Clint has been recognized for his industry expertise and involvement through multiple awards. He was awarded the Builder of the Year (2015) and Remodeler of the Year (2016) by the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders. He was named Young Professional of the Year (2017) by the National Association of Home Builders and State Remodeler of the Year (2018) by the Home Builders Association of Alabama.
Liz attended college at the University of North Alabama where she received her degree in Interior Design. She has worked in the tile and stone industry in both design and sales. Liz designs all of the layouts for our projects and assists customers with their selections.
Jack grew up in Vestavia Hills, AL and attended Vestavia High School before attending Auburn University and receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He continued his education with a Master’s degree in Information Technology. Jack also holds a certification in Solar Energy System design and construction as well as lead safe practices. Over the past 20 years Jack has worked in all types of residential construction including New Homes, Remodels, and Foreclosure Rehabs. Jack resides in Vestavia Hills with his wife of 23 years and three daughters.
Karen has been in the construction industry for 20 years and has served as the Office Manager for Lovette | Design + Build since 2011. She is responsible for client financials, tracking selections with vendors and managing the online management system for each project.
Logan grew up in a small community adjacent to Opelika, Alabama, where he graduated from Beulah High School. Realizing during his four years of Vocational Agriculture and a construction class that he wanted to pursue a career in construction, Logan relocated to Birmingham after graduating high school and joined Lovette Construction as a carpenter before working his way up to project manager. He attended the Home Builders Association of Alabama’s carpentry class where he completed an 8 week certification course. Logan particularly enjoys the various volunteer projects he participates in with Lovette as well as meeting new clients and helping them achieve their ultimate visions for their homes.
Patrick grew up in Mississippi and played football at Delta State University and then attended Mississippi State University. Patrick purchased a foreclosure and remodeled the property and this began his love of construction. He moved to Alabama in March of 2014 where he worked for a high end custom home builder in Birmingham for 3 years. He earned his Home Builder’s License in 2017 and joined Lovette Construction as a Superintendent in January of 2018.
Mark graduated from Baylor University. He made Waco, Texas home where he got started in mortgage lending and home remodeling. He designed and built furniture there. He did the build out on Waco’s Roots boutique, Dallas’s Milk & Honey and had shutters he designed and built on a home for the inaugural season of Fixer Upper. Mark lives near downtown Birmingham where his wife works as a Federal Lawyer and has a daughter named Zoe.