As partner of Bristlecone Construction and self-work division manager, Ezra Lambert manages the field operations of concrete forming, framing and exterior trim. Ezra began working with Zach Smith and Beau Chadwick at Denver Union Station reworking the old historic truss framed attic of the station.
Ezra started in the construction industry over 25 years ago. He is a 3rd generation carpenter, having started his 1st company, Box elder Construction at the age of 21. Box elder specialized in residential home framing and exterior trim. Looking to expand his knowledge and expertise, he started Framing Unlimited in 1999, which focused on custom log homes in the front-range area. These included small cabins to full scribed multi-million dollar homes.
In 2004 after working closely on a timber frame home with the Amish, Ezra decided to pursue timber framing as his chosen craft. Tomahawk Timber Frames was born. With its attention to detail of hand crafted, old world craftsmanship, Tomahawk has built homes all over the USA. Their homes have been featured in 5280 magazine, DIY & HGTV networks.
As well as instrumental projects with the Denver Zoo, Tomahawk Timber Frames was fundamental in the rehabilitation and restoration of the Denver Union Station project in 2013. Over 22 years of company ownership, Ezra has also accumulated much experience in CAD drafting and 3D modeling.