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Landmark Construction Services – Achieving total client satisfaction, and striving beyond that for total client loyalty.  We believe in building relationships as strong as our homes.  Having been recognized in our industry by reputable organizations such as the Better Business Bureau, The Good Contractors List, BNI and many others for superior residential and commercial property improvements, we look forward to an opportunity to help turn your vision into a detailed designed and crafted reality.

Our team has done beautiful work on behalf of many satisfied homeowners all over the North Texas area in residential communities such as Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Allen, Anna, Prosper, Celina, Richardson, Dallas and as far north as Sherman/Dennison, just to name a few.

Reese Layton Family Owner of Landmark Remodeling and Construction

Reese Layton


A native Texan, Reese grew up in Allen, Texas and attended John Paul II High School. Reese earned his college degree in Construction Management from Oklahoma State University, where he was a member of the Cowboy Marching Band. Reese has gained significant construction industry experience from his time working with several large commercial general contractors including; Flintco, Kiewit, Archer Western, and Pogue Construction, building industrial facilities, schools, municipal buildings, and churches. In January of 2022, Reese purchased Landmark Construction. He is excited to join the team, and continue to build upon the company’s high reputation. Seeking to serve others and placing God above all else, Reese has a high regard for honesty, quality, and a customer first mentality. Reese and his wife, Devan, reside in Melissa, TX along with their dog (and company mascot), Waylon. In his free time, Reese enjoys playing and refereeing hockey, snowboarding, and traveling to the beach or hiking in the mountains. Reese is a member of Custer Road United Methodist Church in Plano. 


Dillon Pi

Project Manager

Also a native Texan and an Allen High School graduate, Dillon got his start in construction shortly after high school working in the roofing business. Dillon gained experience managing several roofing crews working on homes from small to large. After years of roofing, Dillon began working in the remodeling side of the business managing many different types of projects from kitchens and master bathrooms, to patio covers, and more. Dillon’s keen eye for quality, extensive product knowledge, and his ability to translate that into your home is what allows Landmark to be the clear choice for a remodeling contractor. In his free time, Dillon enjoys bowling, and is the captain of the Landmark Bowling team. He also enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, Emily, and two sphinx, Gilbert and Nancy. 

Landmark Remodeling Employee Ryan

Ryan Thompson

Estimator and Project Manager

After graduating from Plano East Senior High School, Ryan joined the Air Force as military police. After leaving the Air Force he married his high school sweetheart, Jamie, and had their wonderful son, Caden. Ryan coaches Caden’s rec team in Little Elm and attends Hope Fellowship. Ryan has experience working for water restoration companies for over 10 years and as a project manager for an outdoor living company. He is currently an estimator and project manager for Landmark and is guaranteed to go above and beyond to satisfy the needs of our customers. 

Our bath room job is getting close to finishing. I just wanted to take a minute to let you know how happy Cindy and I are with you and your guys and the work you have all done. Your guys really set the standard for this type of work. Justin and Odi are just remarkable and I am completely comfortable leaving the house with any of the guys.  All really take pride in their work and it is refreshing to see there are still craftsman out there who care. I know I’m picky and your guys have been patient with me, so please thank them for me. They never see Cindy and I think the believe she doesn’t exist, but she does and is very happy with the work. BTW, you were dead on with the granite, it is beautiful. Cindy and I were both skeptical of black, but this is a whole nother level of sweet.

Jon Wardell, Architect
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