Who We Are

OliverSperry Renovation was founded in 2007 by veteran builders Bill Oliver and Todd Sperry, because they believed that commercial renovation projects deserved to be treated as a specialized sector, instead of just a way to keep employees busy between new construction projects. We have always focused on delivering a unique client experience for projects that fit our thoughtfully created niche.

The first employee was hired four months after the company opened, and we currently have a staff of 20 employees with an annual volume of between $10 and $12 million. The company experienced steady growth during the construction slow-down in large part because of our proven value in the suddenly crowded renovation field. We also have invested in our community and in personal relationships with those who trust our work, our price and our commitment to excellence.

OliverSperry Renovation has been an active participant in regional United Way campaigns since 2008, and has contributed to a number of local non-profits including Kids Incorporated of the Big Bend, Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest Food Bank, Children's Home Society, Big Bend Cares, Challenger Learning Center, ElderCare, TMH Foundation, Leon County School Foundation and more.

The partners also are involved in community leadership. Bill is currently serving on the Board of Habitat for Humanity; and Todd is the past chair of the United Way of the Big Bend, The Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, and the Sales Tax Committee.

OliverSperry building


Bill Oliver


Todd Sperry

Operations Manager/Senior Estimator

Chaney Coggins


Sharon Condatore

Project Manager

Jake Oliver

Small Projects Manager

Ricky Wisham


Del Wilkinson


Tony Barber


Josh Oliver

Project Manager

Russ Powell

Superintendent / Project Engineer

Sam Harman


Mark Smith


Zach Stinson


Lem Joiner


Jonah Parsons


David Stryker

Project Engineer

Daniel Klaers