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John Casale

April 3, 2022
Pro Builder 2022 Forty Under 40 winner John Casale

Growing up the youngest of five children in a blue collar-family, John Casale was introduced to the building industry early on: his father laid tile by trade, his brother was a painter , and his uncle a plumber.  As a teenager, he worked jobs in just about every aspect of construction and worked closely as an apprentice learning vital skills in many different areas. Fresh out of high school, he opened his own painting business to put himself through college. 

At 22, he switched gears and formed his own construction company, JS Pro Construction.  When the economy took a dip in 2008, he explored the commercial world and learned the importance of “quality over quantity” , good craftsmanship, and that honest business practices will always prevail but his heart was still home in home building. He missed the personalized  experience of building relationships with homeowners. 

Four years later, Hurricane Sandy devastated the Jersey Shore causing much destruction to homes along the coast. Casale used his skills to help homeowners during this time of crisis. He personally performed numerous clean outs and multiple home remodels to these shore homes. Though gritty and difficult, Casale’s disaster relief work opened his company up to great exposure and proved to be the most rewarding accomplishment of his career. Today, JS Pro Construction builds seven to eight custom homes a year on Long Beach Island for a growing clientele. 


Age: 39
Title: Owner and President
Company: JS Pro Construction, West Creek, N.J.
Company website: JS Pro Construction
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