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October 15, 2020

Matt Blommestyn elected Kingston Home Builders Association President

Continuing a family tradition, CARACO GROUP OF COMPANIES’ Matt Blommestyn has been elected President of the KINGSTON HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION (KHBA), joining his late grandfather Cornell (Case) Blommestyn and father Robert (Rob) Blommestyn and longtime development manager at CaraCo, Ken Dantzer, who have headed the organization in years past.

Case Blommestyn, who founded CJM Blommestyn Construction in 1959, was a founding member of KHBA and was President in 1963-64;  current CaraCo President Rob Blommestyn served as KHBA’s President for two terms in 1993-94 and 2001-02.

As CaraCo’s Residential Development Manager, Matt Blommestyn has served the Association in various capacities, most recently as First Vice President and Chair of the Builder/Technical Committee. 

He’s the oldest working third generation Blommestyn family member and first of his generation to become a corporate shareholder. Joining CaraCo as a summer student in 2004, Matt became a site supervisor in 2008 and transitioned to head office as a project manager in 2012.  In his current role, responsibilities include managing all organizational and administrative aspects of CaraCo’s residential construction division.

ABOUT CARACO GROUP OF COMPANIES

Kingston’s largest and most trusted homebuilder is owned and operated by the Blommestyn family since 1986.  Building in Kingston, Gananoque and Florida, companies include CaraCo Development Corporation, CaraCo Property Management, CJM Property Management and CaraCo Storage Solutions.

www.caraco.ca

ABOUT KINGSTON HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

Represents Kingston’s residential home building industry.  Members are “Building A Better Kingston” by providing innovative, professional, safe and environmentally responsible building practices. 

www.khba.ca

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