WHO WE ARE
Scooter Lofton, with Treo Signature Homes, is a third generation Contractor who was taught from a very young age the importance of quality home construction. He and his team strive to craft quality homes in a timely manner. Their strategy is to be prepared, enter the project with a firm timeline, and to build a quality product in an exceptional time frame. Throughout the process, they aim to use the best subcontractors even if it means hiring them from areas outside of Horseshoe Bay. Working only with the best trades and partners, Treo Signature Homes has a reputation for making the construction process fast and efficient. Their strong work ethic, attention to detail, and “can do” attitude makes the building process run smoothly for the entire project team. They craft each home as if it were their own, and want the very best in functionality and quality.
Treo Signature Homes has completed multiple homes in the Texas Hill Country where they have been averaging a 5 month build time from breaking ground to obtaining a certificate of occupancy. Their ability to complete projects in a timely manner starts months before ground is ever broken. They speak with each subcontractor, supplier, engineer, and designer in depth so that their plan is in place, knowing exactly where and when they want to finish. By going through each area of the process thoroughly, they are able to execute each stage of the building process effectively when the time comes. Because they always have a well laid plan, it is easy to overcome the occasional unforeseen challenge when it arises.
While living in Houston, Scooter spent ten years working for the civil engineering firm, R.G. Miller Engineers, as a Site Representative. He oversaw and managed various types of construction projects ranging from amenity lakes, sanitary treatment plants, water treatment plants, to master planned communities. It was critical for projects to adhere to a strict timeline, which was a strength that Scooter brought to the table. Scooter’s goal is to bring the same attention to home building in Horseshoe Bay that he did in the major projects he oversaw in Houston and the surrounding areas.