Lorin Falvo is the General Manager of Connecticut Reconstructions Services. Lorin has over 15 years of restoration experience including seven years as a property claims adjuster. He earned an AIC designation in 2002 and is a HAAG Certified Roof Inspector. Lorin is regularly called as an umpire and appraiser in insurance disputes. Lorin was a college baseball player at the University of New Haven and is a coach of little league football and baseball.
Leo Bowler is Senior Estimator at Connecticut Reconstruction Services. Leo began his career in restoration construction in 1982 and was Chief Estimator and owner of First General Services of New Haven from 1986-2006. Highlights of Leo's career include handling a $1.7 million project at the Medical Building in Brookfield, which involved 50 units, 34 owners and 17 different insurance companies. Leo has settled and managed several $1 million-plus losses and was the leading volume salesman nationally for franchise First General Services from 1994-1998. Leo is frequently used as an umpire and appraiser for insurance disputes and is called as an expert witness for insurance companies. Leo's sweet tenor can be heard on Sporting News CT where he is a regular play-by-play announcer of high school sports events.
Ed joined the CRS Team in October of 2016. He grew up in the construction industry as the son of a Polish carpenter. Eddie has had a hammer in his hand since he was 8 years old (child labor laws were loosely enforced back in the 80s). With over 25 years' experience, Eddie has a strong background in building design and construction. He is IICRC certified in water mitigation, mold remediation, fire and smoke restoration and is an established industry professional. Ed is an avid outdoorsman and when he's not working he enjoys fishing and all things outside.
Michael is a project manager at CRS and has nearly 20 years in the insurance restoration industry. Mike has significant remodeling experience and for nine years worked for Amtrak where he was foreman of a bridge and building crew. Mike attended Eli Whitney Technical school and graduated with a degree in carpentry. Mike's judgment has only improved since 1979 when he turned down a position as a golf club pro to become a contractor.
Steve has been working in the insurance restoration industry for almost 20 years. He began his career as a carpenter working for a general contractor. During this time he received his certification for mold remediation and later in his career received his lead remediation certification. Steve moved on to Project Manager, handling large and small losses for the general contractor and on his own for several years before joining CRS. Due to his extensive work history in this industry, he is knowledgable about all aspects of losses. Steve graduated from Westfield Vocational High School where he majored in Carpentry.
Allen is the owner of Connecticut Reconstruction Services. After stints as a telecommunications salesman, a magazine editor, a freelance writer, a corporate communications professional, a financial analyst, and a Wall Street institutional salesman, it comes to this.