Tim started Endeavour in 2007 primarily as a construction company, building houses, wineries and restaurants, as well as renovating a wide variety of local structures. As the company grew, it soon became apparent that quality cabinetry and furniture was in high demand. The Endeavour cabinet shop was born with Neil Massey as shop foreman.
Looking further afield, Tim built relationships with builders, architects and designers in the greater Boston area. This led to numerous cabinetry projects completed in Annisquam, Manchester, Hamilton, Beacon Hill and South Boston. As well as the penthouses of the Millennium Tower, Weston, Carlisle and Wellesley all the way up the coast to Southern and Mid-Coast Maine.
All work and no play is not good! When Tim is not working, he enjoys life in Lincolnville hiking, kayaking, motorcycling and renovating his house.
Thanks to Tim’s wife Liis, he would have never have come this far without her. She’s both divine inspiration and the voice of reason all wrapped in one.
Neil joined Endeavour years ago overseeing construction projects for Endeavour, but his real love has always been cabinetry with over 25 years of cabinetry experience. Consequently, when the opportunity to open the cabinet shop came along, he was the inspiration and leader from day one. His precise approach to building custom cabinets of the highest quality has proven itself over and over with each project.
Under Neil’s guidance, Endeavour won the 2017 Gold Prism Award for Kitchens over $200,000 in Greater Boston. Quite an accomplishment!!
When not building impressive cabinetry, Neil spends likes to spend his time away from work involved in his two passions, mountain biking and back country skiing.