It takes a small village to design and remodel a home. The Pelican Residential team includes the managers, talented designers, craftspeople and remodeling specialists who bring your project together to produce the comfortable, beautiful remodeled spaces you desire. Pelican Residential, LLC is a proud member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).
Joel Nazdin, Business Operations
Joel Nazdin directs business operations and project management at Pelican. Joel has over 30 years of experience in project management, financial management and corporate operations. He spent much of his career in large, commercial construction in the Washington, D.C. area and also has experience in commercial property management. Joel brings an expertise to his operations management of Pelican that ensures a high level of customer service and a smooth running project.
A native of the Washington, D.C. region, Joel earned his MBA from the University of Maryland.
Louis Siegrist, Project Management
Louis Siegrist manages production at Pelican. He develops and maintains customer & supplier/vendor relations to ensure all materials and trades arrive “just in time” to maximize efficiency and minimize disruption. With more than 35 years of residential general contracting experience in the Metro DC market, he’s adept at anticipating challenges and either avoiding them or creating solutions to minimize their impact on your project. In other words, he’s seen about everything in this business and is someone you want on your team if you value capable, fair people with common sense approaches. Beyond that, he’s a master carpenter in his own right and is often seen in action – mentoring others and adding the finishing touches that make all the difference in the end.
He’s a Montgomery County native, attended University of Maryland, and brought up 2 children in Bethesda with his wife of 30 years. They recently ventured out to live on the peaceful Eastern Shore and neither of them regret the commute for a second.