Integrity and Honesty serve as the cornerstones of Allegro Custom Construction. These core values have earned Allegro's President and Founder, L. Kai Yeh, an exemplary reputation in the construction industry within the Lowcountry community.
Allegro strives to create high-end, custom homes, each of which brings the unique vision of its owner to life. We work only with the finest subcontractors and suppliers to ensure that each home is constructed with the utmost skill and highest quality goods and materials available.
From the initial concept and planning phases, to breaking ground and construction, the exceptional team at Allegro manages each project with exacting attention to quality and detail.
Member-Manager and Founder of Allegro, Lawrence “Kai” Yeh, is a graduate from the United States Naval Academy with a Master of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina. A licensed Professional Engineer and Licensed Unlimited General Contractor in the State of South Carolina, Kai has over 25 years of experience completing more than $128 million in construction projects.
President of Allegro, Atila Stolf has been in the tri-county area for over 15 years and has dedicated his life to the civil construction sector in areas of residential and commercial construction and land development as well. In this period of time, he successfully completed over 100 projects with over 20 million dollars in revenue.
Mr. Stolf's main motivation to always succeed is his wife of 25 years of marriage and their two daughters, Nicole (20) and Isabelle (14).
Mr. Solf has been involved his entire life with sports and hobbies that range from flying airplanes, riding motorcycles competitively and for pleasure, scuba-diving, ski-diving, and triathlon among others. He has have recently completed successfully many short and long distance triathlons including a full distance Ironman triathlon (140.6 miles).
I have also a great appreciation for this country and find in JFK's frase a great inspiration. “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.”