With nearly over 3 decades of finance and residential construction experience, our team is uniquely suited to servicing every aspect of your project from budgeting, design and finish out selection, to on-time completion.
Following a 10 year career in banking and financial services, Dan spent 11 years in residential development and construction management with a Fortune 500 home builder. A passionate student of architectural style and neighborhood character, he and his wife remodeled and reconstructed numerous homes for their personal use before founding Provenance Builders in 2006. He maintains an active role in all Provenance projects and brings a unique blend of financial, design and construction expertise to the client experience. A native of North Carolina, Dan is a graduate of Davidson College and received his MBA with honors at the Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business. Currently serving the Park Cities Historical and Preservation Society as Founder of the PCHPS Classic & Antique Car Show, he is also a graduate of Leadership University Park, serves on the City of University Park Board of Adjustment, is an active supporter of various HPISD programs, and is engaged in the preservation of historical aircraft and classic cars. Dan & Polly have two daughters and are residents of the Park Cities.
After graduating from Davidson College and following a successful career in fundraising and non-profit development, Polly has worked behind the scenes at Provenance Builders since the beginning. For years, she and Dan did residential renovation the old fashioned way - on their own and after hours. Renovating their own homes as they moved across the country they settled back in Polly's home city of Dallas nearly 20 years ago where their shared passion for real estate, fine architecture, and client service became their business. She supports client development for the firm and manages community outreach. Her many roles in the non-profit sector bear testament to the commitment Provenance Builders has for the neighborhoods we touch.