Chip is a continuing student in the business of sports and wellness development and the infrastructure required to support these activities. As the successor of the firm that innovated some of the first sports surfacing applications, Chip has worked to create a business strategy that maximizes Vintage’s participation in partnering with facility owners and directors to create the high quality experience for the user, participants and staff. Chip began his product development career in college as the technical trainer for the first synthetic grass tennis surface to market in the US and the first infilled synthetic football field. This product development interest continued after graduating from college, working on the technical staff at California Sports Surfacing on a variety of developmental products in use today as portable and rooftop tennis/athletic surfaces. Joining Vintage Contractors in 1993, Chip has worked closely with our team to create an innovative, responsive and friendly environment for our clients and colleagues.
Tony is the son of Vintage Contractors founder Gene M. Edwards. In addition to growing up around the business, Tony spent summers during his high school and college years working for Vintage in the field. Upon graduating from San Francisco State University with a BA in Journalism, he moved to Portland, OR and worked as a magazine writer and editor. Tony returned to San Francisco in 1997 to work in sales at Vintage with his father and Chip Moreland. Upon the passing of Tony’s father less than a year later, his responsibilities expanded and he became Chip’s partner at Vintage. Tony is a Certified Tennis Court Builder with the American Sports Builders Association. He manages all types of projects, from multiple court new facility construction and commercial and public works projects, to renovations, repairs and resurfacings. Over the years, Tony has always found the work to be exciting and challenging. His father used to say, “You learn something every day,” and that holds true to this day.
Stephanie came on board the Vintage team in 1999 shortly after earning her bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance. Vintage was her first job out of college, originally hired as the accounting assistant. Throughout the years, Stephanie gained experience and vast accounting knowledge, putting her in the significant role of overseeing all of Vintage Contractors’ finances. Stephanie handles payroll, bookkeeping, budgeting, job costing, setting up and assisting in the scheduling of jobs, processing work orders, and overseeing the day-to-day functions of the office. Outside of work, Stephanie enjoys foreign travel, hiking, hanging out with friends and family, and following the San Francisco Giants.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Liz joined the Vintage team in 2013. She has been working in the construction industry for almost 15 years, starting her career at an asphalt company while pursuing her bachelor’s degree in communications. Liz implemented Vintage’s Customer Relationship Management system, which she continues to administer. In addition, she handles all client communications for the sales team, sources leads, acquires projects to bid, and is responsible for Vintage’s marketing and advertising. Liz approaches her work with the same gusto she brings to her social life. A San Francisco Bay Area native, she enjoys the local foodie scene, craft cocktails, and reading and learning about intricate food and cocktails so she can put her talents on display for her many friends and family members.
Stephen is our newest member of the office staff, coming fresh from his Construction Leadership position at Habitat for Humanity, where he was applying the skills that he picked up while earning his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. Stephen is our AutoCAD and Blue Beam aficionado; drafting drawings, handling take-offs, estimating, getting bids out and project management, as well as executing a wide range of tasks sent his way by the sales team. In his free time, Stephen enjoys running and camping, and continues to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
Jeff joined Vintage Contractors in 1977 as an entry-level laborer. Throughout the years, he learned the ins and outs and everything in between that there is to know about athletic courts, and is now our most seasoned person in the field. He oversees all phases of our construction projects, from initial planning to completion, working with our estimators, clients and general contractors to ensure that each job is on track. When our projects are nearing completion, he ensures that each project has been completed to Vintage’s high standards. He also coordinates the daily scheduling of these projects, as well as manages our yard, inventory, equipment and fleet. When Jeff is not busy working, he enjoys hiking, backpacking, spending time with his kids and grandkids, and watching the San Francisco Forty Niners and Giants.
Superintendent – Specialty Projects
Bernave started at Vintage in 2004 as an entry-level laborer. His enthusiasm for his work, along with his desire to continue to learn the various facets of what Vintage does, propelled him over time to become our superintendent of specialty projects. Especially talented with metalwork and welding, he oversees new projects, including our larger fencing jobs. He is also involved in the training of new employees in the field, and works with management in developing new industry. Outside of work, Bernave enjoys spending time with his family, working on old cars, and running.
There are the talented gentlemen that go out and bring our clients’ dream courts to fruition. Our crews perform meticulous work that keeps Vintage Contractors’ customers coming back. We are proud that these men represent Vintage Contractors!
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