Scott – Lead Inspector

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Scott has worked in the construction field and also has been custom cabinet and furniture builder, and shortly after college graduation with his  degree he closed escrow on his property in Paradise Park a subdivision in Hawaii one the Big Island where he constructed his 2-story house. Scott often worked with Maintenance Hawaii doing carpentry and other home repair jobs. In the beginning of 2004, Scott was offered a job as the primary residential inspector with Island Inspections. Since this time, he has completed training with the International Code Council (ICC), and with Inspection Training Associates as residential building inspector. He also performed both commercial and residential building inspections .  In 2006 Scott got his certification in Environmental Assessment Training. Scott became the owner of Island Inspections in 2009 and is currently the lead inspector.

Eric – Speciality Inspector

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Eric began working with Island Inspections in 2005. He moved from Wisconsin in 2002 to finish his degree in Communications at the University of Hawaii in Hilo. Eric has over ten years’ experience in the building field, with an extensive background in building maintenance, and environmental resource industry. As director of the specialty inspections, Eric has helped establish the bank, insurance and vacant land inspection division. He is currently working on establishing Island Inspections data base and report style formatting for all specialty inspections. Eric was certified in 2006 with our other staff in the environmental assessment.

Carol – Administration

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Carol works as an administrator and secretary with Island Inspection Solutions part time. She basically runs the office, answers the calls, schedules inspections, takes care of accounting, distributes reports and basically keeps the inspectors on track. Carol Jennings is currently working as an executive secretary, and she also is in charge of all the advertisement, scheduling, clerical work, accounting, and overall coordination of the department’s needs.