Roland Olin – Owner and founder of Olin Homes, LLC
Ron has lived and worked in Washington most of his life. He is dedicated to family values and helping people realize their dreams of owning their own home. Ron was one of the first presidents of the Clark County Home Builders Association.
Ivan Olin – SW Washington Office Manager
Ivan has worked for Olin Homes for over 20 years and is devoted to running the office and handling all public relations for the company.
Dean Olin – Eastern Washington Project Manager
Dean has worked for Olin Homes for over 20 years and manages the construction of between 20-30 homes at a time and is committed to making sure the building process runs efficiently.
John Lowe – SW Washington Project Manager
John has worked in construction for more than 30 years. He started in California as a teenager working in every aspect of constructing homes from framing to finish work. He moved to Washington and started work for Olin Homes full of construction knowledge and a relatable personality able to effectively communicate a buyer’s needs to the subcontractors.
Emil Kulla – SW Washington Assistant Project Manager
Emil Kulla has been in and around construction his whole life. He has a meticulous eye for detail and he knows how to get a job done the right way.
A family owned business, has been building quality homes in southwest Washington since 1962. Ron Olin, purchased property in the Tri-Cities area of Washington and began building there in 2001. Ron and Dean moved their families to Pasco, WA in order to manage the construction of our subdivisions in the Tri-Cities. Olin Homes builds on our lots or on your own, customizing our plans to fit your needs. At Olin Homes we challenge you to compare our quality and prices with all other builders in the area. We are excited to help you build your new home at an affordable price.
For years we have built over 50 homes a year. Ron Olin built the Willamette falls locks control center and office project as well as the commercial kitchen and fueling station at the Yakima Firing Range for the Army Corps of Engineers. Ron also did a construction project at the Vancouver Army Barracks as well as building an operations and maintenance building at Clark College.