Marcin Radomski

Marcin Radomski Marcin Radomski partnered with Otis as the Managing Partner of Hybrid Prefab Homes, having dedicated almost 8 years to manufactured and modular housing industry working at the Santa Rosa home center of Clayton Homes as one of the top consultants in the country, gaining extensive industry expertise in factory-built housing as well as the broad spectrum of development scenarios, he became a housing expert in mobile home park projects, additional dwelling units and guest houses, replacement homes on properties, new land development projects as well as park model/tiny home sales throughout Northern California. Marcin first joined this vibrant and exciting business having purchased a manufactured home himself, and as a home buyer first – gained unique insight into the client perspective, which helped with assisting others interested in this ingenious alternative to traditional stick-built construction.

Otis Orsburn

Otis OrsburnAs the President of Hybrid Prefab Homes, Otis Orsburn brings more than 48 years of experience as a business entrepreneur and is an expert in business operations, personnel management, home design, land planning and development, general construction, production manufacturing, public/private partnerships, public speaking, sales management and consulting. Otis is a behemoth of knowledge and expertise on the widest range of projects in this industry, from award winning 150+ unit developments like Paseo Vista in Santa Rosa, to custom design multi-level single-family homes, to contemporary manufactured home installations in parks and communities, as well as modern modular and prefab structures, both principal residences as well as granny units, throughout California.

As local business owners and community members, Otis and Marcin find themselves contributing to the strong rebuilding effort in the aftermath of the recent wildfires, with projects throughout Sonoma, Napa and Lake Counties, including Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park, Sky Farm area, Napa’s Silverado Country Club area, and Lake County’s Cobb Mountain.

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