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About Us

Scalise Homes in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, is a design-build company established by Bill Scalise. Bill, along with the rest of the team, is dedicated in customizing homes to fit your specifications. Here's a brief background about the people behind our company:

    • Bill Scalise (President)
      Bill Scalise has a unique ability to listen and discern each client's vision for their project, while incorporating his ideas based on his vast construction experience. Quality and integrity are his and our company's hallmarks.

  • Dom Scalise (Project Manager)
    Dom Scalise coordinates all aspects of the construction schedule for each project. One of his primary goals is to maintain the high level of quality our company continually strives to improve upon. Dom holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Washington University.
    • Gretchen (Office Manager)
      Gretchen has been a member of the Scalise Homes team for more than 10 years.  She is an exceptionally organized and competent professional who keeps the Scalise Homes office running smoothly. Gretchen assists the project manager with construction contract preparation and it the point of contact when clients have a question, or two!  Gretchen has a bachelor's degree in Communications. She and her husband have lived in the Greensburg area for 17 years.  Days away from the office are spent taking daughters to softball practices and games and taekwondo classes.

  • Victoria Scalise (Real Estate Agent)
    Victoria Scalise has been a licensed sales agent since 2004, specializing in residential, commercial, and land sales in Westmoreland County. She, together with her husband Dom, has lived in Unity township area for the past 17 years where they have raised their two children. Therefore, they are familiar with the various neighborhoods and school systems. She gives all her clients personal attention and is accessible and responsive to their needs during the entire process.