Cre8ive Dayton LLC

The project team created to form Cre8ive Dayton LLC consists of five partners representing three different business entities. An unusual math equation, but it works. These partners and businesses will play an integral part in the development and success of this project.

Jeremy Tomb from New Haven Construction, Inc.
With over six years of experience, New Haven Construction has recently completed the Dayton View Rehabarama project, managing the renovation of over ten historic homes and several new infill houses. New Haven Construction will be responsible for construction budgeting and construction management at 123 Webster Street.

Mary Rogero and Barry Buckman from Rogero Buckman Architects, Inc.
RBA has been active in the Webster Station and surrounding area redevelopment efforts for the past three years, with current projects that include the new Dayton Riverfront, The Cannery loft housing, Outbound Freight Art Center and various loft housing studies for Webster Station buildings. RBA will be responsible for architectural design and drawings.

Kenneth Botts and Steve Goubeaux from Visual Marketing Associates, Inc. VMA has been in business for fifteen years, specializing in creating visual identity and character branding for clients and products. Their role in this project will be to develop marketing materials, graphic design and create an identity for the building representative of the collaborative and creative partnerships involved.

The collaboration of these three businesses provides distinct skills and expertise that ensure a vital and successful development project.