meet trade pro construction
Building a better future.
Stephen Green and Colbey Thornburgh founded Trade Pro Construction to serve the Greater Northwest Arkansas area with superior craftsmanship, service, and communication. Leveraging a vast background in residential construction, they seek to build a better experience for every client no matter the project size.
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Meet the team
The people behind the tools, steering wheel, and phone.
A native of Tontitown, Stephen Green loves Northwest Arkansas. He is a two time graduate from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Walton College of Business. For the last 8 years, Stephen has worked to build Trade Pro Construction into a top notch company that focuses on quality and getting projects done in a timely manner.
Spending his early years with the U.S. Navy, Colbey later moved to Savannah, GA to work as an in-flight technician testing avionics systems for Gulf Stream Jets. While taking up a side interest in construction, he later became a quality inspector for a home builder. This passion led him back to Northwest Arkansas to seek a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Arkansas. Today, he spends his time managing Trade Pro Construction’s workflow and ensuring clients are updated on their project’s status.
Beginning his development career in 1994, Mark Mason has gone on to lead multiple construction crews, sales and estimating teams, and most recently serves as project manager for Trade Pro Construction. His career spans multiple areas of construction from swimming pools to full interior remodels. He has built expertise in estimating and always works as a problem solver to provide the best possible outcome for his clients.
values beyond currency
Your experience is our referral—Trade Pro Construction takes this sentiment to heart by priding ourselves on creating work that lasts. If the neighborhood is our portfolio, we're building one we'd want to come home to.