About

Regan Construction Company was conceived in 1982 by it’s founder and President, Jeff Regan. A first generation company, Jeff painstakingly developed the company out of his prized $500.00 blue Ford truck. Several decades later, the company has evolved in to premier builders and renovators of fine homes. Many non-residential projects are an important part of their repertoire as well. Jeff’s attention to detail and understanding of the building process is unsurpassable and invaluable. Every client receives tremendous attention and guidance resulting in the highest quality project possible.

Karen Regan’s extensive background in design naturally augments Jeff’s building expertise. For most of the company’s existence, Karen has been the driving force behind the interior design, material selections, interior architecture and styling. She has also staged the prospective properties. Karen has recently launched Tallulah and Bird, interior design with which we are proud to partner. Karen has also played an important role in real estate acquisition and has been licensed in real estate since 2001.

Steven Kline, a registered architect, joined the company in 1994 and immediately made an impact by integrated sensible and innovative architectural design for clients and help establish Regan Construction Co., Inc, as a true Design-Build company. Steven has been responsible for working with clients on their design needs and seamlessly integrating the construction phase. He is also an expert in land use, zoning and land development matters, and along with Jeff, has been able to guide clients through these processes. Steven became an owner in the company in 2000 and serves as the company’s Vice President.

Jeffrey J. Regan
President

Education
Temple University
Spring Garden College
Building, Business and Management Coursework, 1983 – 1988
National Remodelers Association
General Building Seminars

Experience
30 years experience beginning with field work in carpentry where he gleaned an understanding of the business nearly impossible to achieve any other way. No longer working in the field, Jeff’s specialties include personal interacting with clients and collaborating on every detail and ensuring its successful execution. He plays a primary role in real estate acquisition and development, cost estimating and contract negotiations.

Community Activities & Associations
Greater Glenside Chamber of Commerce
National Association of Home Builders (HAHB)
Community Partnership School

Steven N. Kline, RA
Vice President

Education
Temple University, Bachelor of Architecture – 1989

Professional Registrations
NCARB certified
Pennsylvania 1994

Experience
16 years Design/Build &Construction Management experience. Roles include land development, building design, cost estimating, bid coordinating, contract negotiating, and trade coordination. 8 years employed by Philadelphia area Architectural firms.

Community Activities &Associations
Commissioner (Ward 1) – Abington Township (2007 – present)
Member – Abington Planning Commission (2005 – 2007)
Leadership Development Training – Jewish Federation of Philadelphia
Construction Committee – Habitat for Humanity
Commissioner – Old York Road Little League
Union League of Philadelphia
Co-chair Old York Road Corridor Revitalization Plan
Chairman Abington Township Zoning Ordinance Committee
Board Member Montgomery County Development Corporation

Thomas N. Cross, RA

Education
Drexel University, Bachelor of Architecture – 1980
Temple University, Professional Seminars
Specifications Writing, CSI sponsored

Professional Registrations
Pennsylvania 1983
New Jersey 2003

Experience
Prior to founding RKC, 37 years of employment by Philadelphia area Architectural firms on a wide variety of projects & building types, most recently as Vice President of the Klett Organization, PC, Jenkintown, PA, where he practiced since 1985.

Community Activities &Associations
Cheltenham Township Planning Commission Chair (2006 – present)
Cheltenham Township Design Committee Chair (1999 – present)
Cheltenham Township Economic Development Task Force (EDTF)
Habitat for Humanity, Germantown Chapter