The Cast & Crew

Tim Spang

Owner, President

Tim SpangA real Mainer, Tim grew up in Kennebunkport at the family farm and motel/campground resort known as the Beachwood. From the age of 12, he worked for the company construction crew during the summer months and weekends. Upon graduating from Biddeford High School in 1983, Tim worked briefly for another local construction company. However, after working in the family businesses and on the farm since childhood, Tim was no stranger to hard work. And if he was going to work hard, he figured it might as well be for himself. Spang Builders was subsequently started in 1984.

Tim began his business as a jack-of-all-trades with a can-do attitude. He grew the business from odd jobs and small remodels to fine, custom home building and remodeling. Tim is proud that Spang Builders is now one of the most sought-after and well-respected construction companies in southern Maine, known for superb quality, unparalleled customer service, fiscal responsibility, and timely completion.

When Tim is not consulting with clients, office managers, sub-contractors and foremen, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Louise, and their two children, Jameson and Clayton, on their small farm or Down East camp. He enjoys dirt biking and snow-mobiling with Clayton as often as possible, nurturing his young-at-heart attitude! Tim and Louise became grandparents in January 2020 and their grandson, Parsons, is a source of daily joy. He's already getting his feet wet visiting sites and a regular in the office. His little brother, Shepley, joined the crew in September 2023!...the third generation!





Norm Laliberte

Lead Estimator and Head of Project Management

Norm Laliberte

Norm is also a native Mainer, growing up in nearby Biddeford where he continues to reside with his four children. Norm graduated from Biddeford High School in 1989 and attended Southern Maine Technical College. While attending college, he also worked for a reputable builder in the Biddeford area gaining valuable on-the-job experience.

After graduating from college in 1991, Norm came to work for Spang Builders where he has worked his way up through the ranks from helper, to carpenter, to field foreman, to project manager to his current position of Lead Estimator and Head of Project Management. His soup-to-nuts knowledge of the building process has made him an indispensable member of Spang Builders. Norm now manages the project management department and completes all estimates that come through Spang, communicating with the customers and subcontractors throughout the process. Because of his longtime employment with Spang Builders, Norm is an invaluable member of our team.

When Norm is not busy at work, his interests include "anything that involves his kids." He cites the birth of his children as the most amazing moments of his life. He also enjoys fishing, golf, hunting, hiking and any off road ATV-ing.





Clayton Spang

Project Manager

Clayton SpangClayton is the second generation addition to the Spang Builders team. Since he was a teenager, Clayton has worked in many different areas of Spang Builders from clean-up and demo to carpentry and excavation. At the age of 19, he began as assistant project manager working closely with senior project manager, Norm Laliberte

Clayton's responsibilities include managing the daily and weekly communications and schedules between the various designers, sub-contractors and vendors and the on-going communication with the customers. He is now responsible for the daily management and tracking of the entire excavation departmnet, learning the ropes from Tim. He is an active participant in managing job-sites with the on-site foremen. Additionally, Clayton is an active and trusted participant in all on-site and office client, sub-contractor and vendor meetings.

In his free time, Clayton loves to dirt bike race with his friends and his dad, Tim, and work with the excavation equipment on his racing track. In the winter, he loves to snowmobile and ice fish. 






Andrew Welch

Project Manager

Clayton SpangAndrew is a born and bred Mainer having grown up in Kennebunk and now residing in Kennebunkport.   As a graduate of Kennebunk High School, Andrew started as a carpenter’s apprentice for a local builder in 1999 and worked his way up the ‘ladder’ to site supervisor. 

When that company closed its doors, Andrew did an amazing thing and decided to bring his building expertise to the US Army.  After joining the Army as a vertical construction engineer, he proceeded to graduate from the United States Naval Construction Academy in 2008.  While in the Army, Andrew did several deployments in the Middle East serving as a construction supervisor for the Army Corps of Engineers.

After his tenure with the Army, Andrew returned to Kennebunk and worked for another local builder.  Most recently before coming to us, he worked as the Deputy Code Enforcement Officer for the Town of Kennebunkport.  He is licensed by the State of Maine in both commercial and residential building inspection, energy, ventilation, as well as shoreland zoning and land use.

In his spare time, Andrew is pursuing further education in project management and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science.  Additionally, Andrew continues to serve in the Army Reserves as a “citizen soldier”.  His hobbies include skiing the Conway area and working on completing the (48) 4000 foot New Hampshire peaks together with his wife, Lydia of 17 years and his daughter, Annabelle. Often in tow is their beloved dog, Ruby who joined the family when Andrew returned home from his deployment in Iraq in 2016.



Joel Ewer

Working Foreman

Joel EwerWe are fortunate that Joel has been with us for over ten years now. His well-rounded knowledge of carpentry and all aspects of construction coupled with his calm demeanor and can-do attitude have made him an integral player on the Spang team.

Taught by his step father, Joel has worked with wood from a young age when he began building bird houses and feeders. After high school, Joel worked as a logger and seasonal builder and became a plumbers apprentice at age 25. When he moved to southern Maine, he revisited carpentry and worked for a few different builders. Joel was self-employed when we met and happily has been with us since.

His responsibilities include the general oversight and organization of his assigned job site as well as the maintenance and coordination of all sub-contractors and material deliveries. Joel is also an active participant in on-site client meetings and walk-throughs. Additionally Joel is responsible for all jobsite inner relationships, constant communication with his project manager, and the task of maintaining a specific schedule to ensure on-time completion of the project.

In his free time, Joel enjoys outdoor recreational activities with his wife and son such as gardening, four-wheeling, camping, hunting, fishing and wood working. Joel even knows how to sew thanks his mother whom he refers to as "perfect".



Charles Gary

Working Foreman

Charles GaryWhile Charles is a relative newcomer to Spang Builders joining our team in 2013, he has quickly become an important part of the Spang Builder's crew. He has been an on-site, working foreman for over a year now supervising both residential and commercial projects from framing to finish. His responsibilities include managing his group of carpenters and laborers, as well as all sub-contractors involved in the completion of his assigned project.

Charles started in the carpentry field at the age of eighteen and has been fine tuning his craft ever since working for other reputable builders in Southern Maine. He has been married for over 23 years and has two sons. In his free time, Charles loves to go boating with his family and ATVing with his 14 year old son. A new grandfather, he is enamored with his new grandson and spoiling him as often as possible! Most often, he can be found at home helping his wife tend to their small horse farm.




Tim Grant

Working Foreman

Tim GrantSpang Builders is fortunate to have Tim as a working foreman. Tim joined the team at Spang Builders in 2006 as a carpenter and has worked his way up to foreman. Tim is one of those people who gets great satisfaction from doing a job meticulously and to the highest standards; for him there is never a shortcut to producing the finest work possible. His work ethic blends seamlessly with the philosophy at Spang Builders.

Growing up in Yarmouth, Maine in a family of lobsterman, clam diggers and fisherman, Tim is no stranger to hard work. As a teenager, he started working with wood, building wooden lobster traps and wooden packing crates for lobster and tuna. In 1975, his father, who was a union carpenter, helped him acquire his first job in construction. That was forty years ago and Tim still loves working in the construction field. Tim commented, "I love my job! My job with Spang Builders has been the most rewarding…it has allowed me to grow even more than I thought possible!"

Tim's hobbies include working on his house, camping, motorcycling, traveling to new places with his wife and generally just being outdoors.



Jameson Spang Davis

General Manager

Jameson Spang DavisJameson is a second generation addition to the family business. Jamie grew up in Kennebunkport and has always been surrounded by the construction world. She grew up going to job sites and meeting clients with her father, Tim. So as they say. “It’s in her blood!”

Jamie attended Kennebunk High School where she excelled at academics and athletics. She was a National Honor Student, a three year varsity soccer player and a four year varsity lacrosse player earning All-American Honors. While Jamie matriculated at Bowdoin College, she transferred to Babson College to pursue a degree in finance and entrepreneurship knowing that someday she may want to become part of the family business. At Babson, she continued her lacrosse career; she was a four year starter, Conference Rookie of the Year, two year Most Valuable Player, four year All Conference Player, two year All-Region Player and she was selected to play on the Division Three Senior North-South All-Star game. Needless to say, she understands the immense value of team work!

After graduation, Jamie worked in corporate banking for 2 years, but decided that she wasn’t ready to hang up lacrosse stick quite yet. She became the assistant coach for the Women’s Lacrosse team at Wheaton College and then at Bates College. While Jamie still loved the game of lacrosse, she was ready to settle into a steady career and it was a natural progression for her to join the family business.

She brings a wealth of construction experience, determination and a solid educational background to her management position on the Hazelwood Handyman and Spang Builders teams. In her spare time, Jamie loves to spend time with her husband on the family farm, play with her dogs, watch sports, and read historical novels. Jamie and Kevin welcomed a son, Parsons, in January 2020. They added to their little family with another son, Shepley, in September 2023! They are the light of their life!


Spang Builders, Inc.
10 Granite Heights Rd.
Maine, 04046

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