(248) 851-2001

Meet the Team


David Kramer

Owner & Design Consultant Professional Master Remodeler, Building Industry Association of Southeastern Michigan Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), National Association of Home Builders Member of Remodeler’s Council, NAHB-R Universal Design Certified Remodeler (UDCR), National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS), NAHB Certified Pella Contractor Associate James Hardie Contractor U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain, 100 ton classification Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management Colorado State University 1979 David began his home remodeling career in 1985 in South Florida, becoming a Regional Sales Manager for a Reynolds Aluminum distributor and installation company. In 1993, he moved to Michigan to take a remodeling sales and residential design position in Milford. In 2000, David incorporated 21st Century Building Company and began operating the company at the same location as we are in today. This is David’s 32nd year in the home remodeling industry. David enjoys spending his spare time with his kids and family. David and his 4 brothers formed Judy’s Brothers Band in 1973 and, as a group, have recorded over 200 original songs. David continues his love of songwriting and recording, and recently began work on a solo CD, as Capt. Casual and the Rulebreakers. Before kids, in that space of time between 1980 and 1985, licensed as a USCG licensed Charteryacht captain, operated and chartered the waters of Florida, Chesapeake Bay, and throughout the Caribbean on the sailing yacht Finesse. Today, David is the proud father of 16-yr old boy-girl twins, Kellan and Jacquelyn, and 28-yr old son, Courtland. David has yearnings to re-enter the Charteryacht industry with another yacht, named 20/20 Vision, in the year 2020.

Linda Morgan

Office Manager Linda worked for the Pontiac School District before beginning her career in the remodeling business in 1993, working for Kent Builders of Waterford. In 2001 Linda joined 21st Century Building Company and has handled the phone, calendar, and interior operations ever since.Linda handles a number of duties skillfully, but admits that her weakness is playing with her grandchild Melody, crocheting, and Bunco.

Ed Deering

Residential Designer Design Consultant for Functional Spaces Ed began his working career as a carpenter’s laborer in 1967. Ed has been involved in all phases of construction and remodeling for 50 years. Ed has physically demolished, built, wired, plumbed, nailed, and finished in every conceivable trade. Ed has been designing by pencil on a drafting board since 1967. In 1997, Ed got his first computer, and has become certified with the architectural design CAD program Chief Architect. His wealth of hands-on knowledge and experience with structural elements lends itself well to the efficient blueprints he designs today. Ed has built everything from custom furniture to an 11,000 SF residence and has owned four cabinet shops over the years. By working under Licensed Architects over the years, Ed has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly, and he knows which two to stay away from. Ed has a knack for implementing our needs/wants assessment for each of our clients to create functional spaces within a minimum of square footage, while optimizing structural integrity.  Building additions that seamlessly integrate into the home’s architectural style is paramount. Ed utilizes our “Online-Design” concept as an efficient, interactive design process, allowing Owners to take part in and make informed decisions regarding all design elements. In all cases, client enthusiasm and satisfaction is our overriding goal throughout the design process. Savings realized by efficiently optimizing space planning and creating ease-of-construction details offset the design fee, resulting in a significant overall cost-of-project savings.

Bob Blood

Project Manager Bob has spent his entire life living in S.E. Michigan. He retired from General Motors in 2007. The last 15 years at GM he was an Experimental Vehicle Builder in Truck Engineering. He believes that there are many similarities between the process of building a vehicle and the process of remodeling a home. There is a certain progression of assembly that has to be adhered to. Building an experimental vehicle continuously involves problem solving and at GM Bob was engaged in solving build problems as well as problems with the build process itself. Bob has found that using the knowledge he acquired at GM in the home remodeling industry can smooth out this process, making it less stressful for the home owner. Bob enjoys spending time with his 3 kids and their families, going up north to do anything, and hotrods. His current projects are a 1966 Chevy and rebuilding his 1988 Glastron Carlson CVX 23.

Kevin Kerr

Project Manager Kevin has a great deal of experience in the home remodeling industry. He began his remodeling career in 1972, working in Carmichaels, PA. Kevin moved to Michigan in 1980, and continued his employment in home improvement up until joining 21st Century Building Company in 2001.Kevin enjoys his wife of 25 years, Linda. Kevin’s other passions include fishing, hunting, going up north to their cabin in Alpena, and messing around with hot rods. Kevin’s latest incarnation is his drag-racing 1976 Volkswagen Beetle, which now has a 2,332 cc, aspirated 259 hp, 4-cylinder VW motor. It flies. Kevin’s bundle of joy is his granddaughter, Sydney, who recently appeared in a nationwide Walmart television commercial, at 7 yrs. of age.

Jacqueline McGraw

Interior Designer American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) associate member U. S. Green Building Council (USGBC) member Member of Michigan Design Center Bachelor of Arts Degree, Michigan State University 1979 Jacqueline has worked in the industry for over 30 years. Her early experiences as a Contract Designer included clients such as: Paramount Pictures, Comerica, and various law offices throughout metro Detroit. Later work includes, It’s A Matter of Taste Restaurant; Orchard Lake St. Mary’s; First Commercial Realty & Development; and Comcast. She has also worked as a retail furniture buyer and gift buyer.Jacqueline successfully transitioned into residential design and has a large roster of clients in Michigan, California, Florida, Arizona, the Carolinas and Canada. She stays abreast of current and up-coming trends by regularly attending continuing education classes and seminars. Jacqueline provides space planning, color consultations, furnishings, lighting, fabrics, window treatments and accessories and adapts to contemporary, traditional and transitional styles. Her clients live in two bedroom condos and seven bedroom mansions. It isn’t size that matters but rather creating a pleasing environment that will continue to gratify for years to come. Providing great value and aesthetic is an integral part of her mantra.

Diane Williams

Interior Designer
Diane has been a Certified Interior Designer in Michigan for over 20 years, working with the most prominent firms such as Ethan Allen and Gorman’s.She brings an individual, unique touch to her projects, combining the owners’ tastes with her innate sense of style and functionality. Each project is personal for her, and she’s eager to help you!