John’s love of working “with wood-in-hand” all started from playing in his grandfather’s garage at the age of 5, gradually building things on his own, and on to training under Ralph Branchi in furniture & cabinet making at Attleboro High School. After completing trade school, John worked for many local companies mastering his craft in home remodeling and repair. After more than a decade of learning the trade and acquiring his own unique style, J.M. Bryson Construction was formed. Over the years, John has built a strong reputation for high quality work judged by his many satisfied clients. It was in no small part due to his skill in selecting and training hard working, high quality skilled craftsmen to surround him.
John holds a Construction Supervisors License (CSL #052330), a Home Improvement Contractor (HIC License #166771) and a Building Inspectors license from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and a Contractors Registration from the State of Rhode Island (registration #1078). He is a Certified Lead Carpenter (CLC), recognized by the National Association of The Remodeling Industry. John also served as the Mechanicals Inspector for the City of Attleboro, Massachusetts for 13 years.
When John is not on the job, you can usually find him fishing or playing his guitar.