It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently.


Warren Buffett

Joey was born and raised in beautiful St' John's NL. He grow-up in a single parent household with two older brothers, a younger sister and a variety of family pets along the way. Joey's entrepreneurial beginnings started at the age of 10, when he got his first job as a paper carrier for the Evening Telegram in St' John's. At the age of 12, he had taken over his mothers and aunts deep freezes, filling both to the top with ice cube trays. Joey hand bagged and sold the ice to his Uncle Davids store in Witless Bay, NL, making 50 cents bag. He saved his money a bought what any other normal 12 year kid would buy....Hockey cards. Joey started in the construction trade at the age of 13. He worked for a local home builder cleaning up job sites, moving lawns and helping the tradesmen frame houses, build fences, decks ect. He continued working working there until he graduated high school in 1998. In Joeys final year in high school at Holy Heart of Mary, he took a entrepreneur course where you had to create and start your own business. He named his company Heart Apparel, and with the help of John Ryan ( Owner of Twin Cities Imaging ) Heart Apparel sold a variety of school embroidered clothing to the students and facility.  After graduation, Joey took his new found wealth from his clothing business, bought a plane ticket and headed west to Calgary. Joey worked for Opsco/Ensign Energy for 8 years before getting the taste of business again. In 2008 along with his friend Troy, they started BlackRock Contracting. Specializing. Business was rolling along smoothly, right up until 2010. That was when Joey had to deal with his first recession but you can't keep good people down for long. Working from 2010 to 2015 improving on his craft. Joey launched We Build Decks Inc in 2015. Business is bright and thanks to an amazing client base. We hope We Build Decks Inc can serve Calgary and the surrounding communities  for many more years to come.


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