Sam Carroll is a licensed general contractor with over ten years of experience restoring historic buildings in Savannah, Georgia. Originally from Pine Bush, New York, Sam is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Sam has restored, renovated, reconstructed, and owned numerous structures in Savannah’s Historic and Victorian districts, returning vacant and condemned buildings back to their original grandeur.
Sam is presently a member of the Historic Savannah Foundation Revolving Fund committee, which works to save historically significant buildings in Savannah, and the Savannah Metropolitan Rotary. In 2016, He was awarded the Nichola Parker Coe volunteer award in grateful recognition of outstanding volunteer contributions to Historic Savannah Foundation. Sam lives with his wife and two sons in a renovated home in Savannah’s Historic Greenview Neighborhood.