Joseph Dyjak is a first-generation American, born of Polish/German decent. He grew up in the Tri-State area where he learned at an early age that education and hard work are fundamentals for success through the life of his father.
Working with his dad, who had survived 5 years in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, Joseph understood the important balance of placing his heart and mind into every project. He came to truly appreciate his father’s wood working talent, in great detail, during the restoration of their late 1800’s Victorian home which kindled his life-long passion for woodworking.
Joseph received a full-ride scholarship in architecture from high school in a Tri-State competition and pursued a degree in civil engineering. This path gave him the technical foundation for understanding the requirements of a successful project and from which Joseph has built a successful 26 year career in custom wood working.