About Us

Regency Construction…Building Homes Designed for Distinction!
Our mission at Regency Construction is to build homes that exceed our customers’ expectations in every way. President and founder George Lunka believes in building every client’s home as if he and his family will live there. From the initial selection of a home to the final walk through, Mr. Lunka personally ensures the process flows smoothly and work is performed to the highest standards. Regency Construction maintains an inventory of premium building sites, or they will build on a client’s own home site. They will also work to design or customize any plans based on the needs of their clients.

Mr. Lunka’s unique style features non-traditional colonials, transitional and ranches with dimensional exteriors of stone and shake siding.  Interiors present wide-open living spaces, walls of windows, and attention to detail unmatched by other builders. The company offers a one-year builder’s warranty and follow-up service that responds to a client’s needs. Regency Construction currently has Concord lots in Noble Ridge Estates, Mountainside Farms and Nature Preserve.

Mr. Lunka is a third generation builder who grew up in a family of successful general contractors. His grandfather, George Payne, built numerous commercial buildings, offices and churches in Lake County including Lake Erie College, Victoria Place, the YMCA, Bank One, and St. Mary’s Church. His father, Victor Lunka, and his uncle, Tony Lunka, established Lunka Brothers Construction in the late 1950s. Their company quickly became successful, building homes, banks, schools, hospitals and commercial buildings. This included work for The Lubrizol Corporation, Avery Dennison, Cleveland Trust (now Key Bank), Lake Hospital System, the YMCA, and the cities of Painesville, Mentor, and Willoughby.

President George Lunka holds a Master’s degree in business administration and a  Bachelor of Science degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is an active  member of the Cleveland Home Builder’s Association.  He recently received a 2005  Cleveland Choice Award for Product Design and a 2004 Award for Outstanding  Conservation Efforts from the Lake County Soil & Water department.