Dago Farinas was born May 30th 1973 in Riberalta, Bolivia, a small village in the Amazonia. He began working at a young age helping out relatives and neighbors with their small businesses ranging from mechanics to farmers and hunters. Realizing that the opportunities for him were extremely limited at his home he made the decision to seek work elsewhere. At 17, Dago made the journey to Washington D.C with a visa and very little cash by himself. He began working as a construction labor as many Hispanic immigrants do, but Dago knew he had a significant opportunity in front of him and absorbed all of the knowledge on construction around him like a sponge. He worked side by side with a general contractor who taught him the basics of residential construction and even allowed him to live with him to stabilize himself. After 5 years of studying the practices and tools necessary for residential construction Dago was able to get a job at Hitt Contracting Inc., a nationally recognized general contractor. This allowed Dago to become highly skilled in all aspects of construction. After 7 years of working with the corporation he was offered a promotion that was hard for him to reject, but decided it was time for him to begin his own company. For over a decade now Dago has been devoted to spreading his craftsmanship to residencies all over the Northern Virginian region. Dago’s Skill range from every aspect of home improvement to foundational building, making him one of the finest in his trade. Paying attention to every detail and maintaining all aspects of quality control, has allowed Dago to ensure every customer stays a customer.