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Learn How To Build Healthy Homes At The MBA Home Building & Remodeling Show Jan. 11-13 At Wisconsin State Fair Park

Thursday 3 January 2019


From US newspaper Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:


The 2019 MBA Home Building & Remodeling Show
The 2019 MBA Home Building & Remodeling Show
runs Jan. 11-13 at the Exposition Center
at Wisconsin State Fair Park.
(Photo: Submitted)

Learn how to build healthy homes at the MBA Home Building & Remodeling Show Jan. 11-13 at Wisconsin State Fair Park

By Hannah Kirby, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
January 2, 2019
© Copyright 2019 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

“I was the kid that built Lego cities on plywood.”

So said Jonathan Synovic, the Metropolitan Builders Association 2018 president and founder of Source 1 Project Solutions, an architecture and interior design firm that teams up with other contractors to build projects.

“My mom said I was a city planner before I was an architect,” he said.

He studied architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Then, he spent a decade as a project manager and designer in the commercial realm, working on everything from nursing homes to strip malls.

“I felt there was a need for people to change how they were thinking of the building industry,” he said. About a decade ago, he started Source 1 Project Solutions.

“Our main focus now is our healthy initiative,” he said. The company's “Step Beyond Green to Healthy” initiative began about eight years ago when a woman asked him to build her a healthy house.

“This woman has a condition called Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in which she reacts to most things in the environment around her,” he said.

She taught him about her condition and he was able to remodel a house for her. “I helped her, but I thought, ‘How can I help more people?,' ” he said.


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