Meet the Owners
Shelly Gustin grew up in a small town south of the Twin Cities metro, always “playing architect” and drawing houses. (Her mom recently found some of her original plans, which are available to see upon request.) Shelly studied at NDSU and earned her bachelor’s degree in architecture in 1995. After working for an Architect outside of Fargo, she and her husband moved to Southwest Minnesota in 1997. Shelly worked for Bill Eich Construction as a designer and project coordinator until 3D Builders opened in 2008. Shelly and her husband Shannon have two children, Hunter and Nicole. When the family isn’t busy with basketball, dance, volleyball, or 4-H, Shelly enjoys reading, scrapbooking and working in her yard.
Mike Peschon started doing general construction labor in 1974 as a high school freshman. He moved to Spirit Lake in 1977 and began a building career that has spanned more than 36 years. Mike takes great pride in creating eye-catching details in both interior & exterior elevations. Mike served on the Spirit Lake Booster Club for six years, has coached little league baseball & softball for over 20 years, & has donated countless hours building concession stands, dugouts, press boxes, and bleachers at local sports complexes. Mike and his wife Linda have been married for 31 years and have three children, Jodi, Mitch and Olivia. In his spare time, Mike enjoys using his metal detector to return lost rings to their owners.
Mark Moorman has 30 years in the construction industry, and another five as a land surveyor. He has managed a variety of jobs, from small kitchen remodels to million dollar multi-family condominium projects. Mark dedicates himself to bringing his jobs in on-schedule with all the details completed to the client’s satisfaction. Mark and his wife Mary live in Estherville in a home he built for their family. They have three grown sons, Chris, Eric and Alex. Mark has spent countless hours as a junior high and high school wresting referee, is involved in many local youth hunts, and currently serves as President of the Iowa Great Lakes Bass Club. Mark spends his free time in the great outdoors—bass fishing, bow hunting, and chasing pheasants with his bird dog, Thor.