Meet The Team
Shop Foreman, Lead Fabricator
Adam is the lead fabricator at Brosseau’s Coachworks, specializing in chassis, suspension, exhaust, plumbing (building brake lines and fuel lines), frames, and suspensions. He graduated from Wyotech in 2004 and worked at another shop for ten years providing top-notch fabrication work. Adam became a member of Brosseau’s Coachworks team in 2017, where he quickly became a lead worker. Adam likes the complexities and challenges of suspension and chassis work and calculating the next steps of the build to avoid future complications. Adam is a native Oregonian and enjoys spending time with his family, taking road trips, and hiking at the beach.
Eric moved to Oregon from California with 15 years of welding and metal fabrication experience. He attended Wyotech specializing in metal fabrication. He owned his own metal fabrication business in California and continues to provide the same quality work at Brosseau’s Coachworks. When not working, Eric focuses on his two-year-old daughter.
Miguel Adams “Skooch”
Before working in the car restoration business, Miguel worked in the construction industry, remodeling homes. Miguel attended McPherson College and studied in the Automotive Restoration Technology Program. He started working at Brosseau’s Coachworks in 2019 and is now a level one journeyman metal fabricator. He appreciates the experience and on-the-job education afforded to him and thoroughly enjoys his job. Miguel’s favorite restoration so far is a 1957 Dodge, where he was one of the primary workers from start to finish. In addition, Miguel is a new dad to a daughter, is a native Oregonian, and enjoys water sports and hiking.
Painter, Metal Finisher
After working in a shop specializing in production collision repair, Joe came to work at Brosseau’s Coachworks. He is a 20-year veteran in the automotive restoration industry specializing in painting and metal finishing. When not working, Joe enjoys watching movies and tv at his in-home theater.
Entry Level Apprentice
Justen Huntley “Lerch”
Entry Level Apprentice
Oola’s experience as a customer greeter, human notification alert system, and ball retriever extends three years. She thoroughly enjoys her position at the shop and welcomes praise.