Professional Craftsmanship

Lewis Brothers has been able to serve the community in Bucks, Lehigh and Northampton counties for 85 consecutive years because of one simple reason — our work satisfies clients. Every day we earn new clients and get return business because of our long-standing reputation for good, quality work that’s completed on time and within budget.




We believe that our first responsibility is to our clients. We will strive to provide them with the highest quality of service and workmanship. We believe that it is our responsibility to manage our costs conscientiously and efficiently, so that the quality of the service to our clients is provided at its best value. We believe that it is our responsibility to act honestly, fairly and ethically in all of our relationships with clients, co-workers, subcontractors and suppliers. We believe that our success is grounded in adhering to these principles.

Mike Cygan (Owner)

Mike grew up in the Quakertown community, graduated from Villanova University and served in the United States Marine Corps. From 1976 to 1986 he gained valuable experience as a carpenter and job supervisor at Lewis Brothers while working on residential, commercial and institutional projects. In 1986, he became the owner of the company. Throughout his career, he has sought to provide a conscientious and responsible approach to all of the work and projects that Lewis Brothers performs.

Mike has also served and actively supports local community organizations, such as Quakertown Alive!, Quakertown Borough Economic Development Committee and Children’s Developmental Program.

Zack Irick (Project Manager)

Zack joined the Lewis Brothers team in May of 2006 upon graduation from Pennsylvania College of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, as well as an Associate’s degree in Architectural Technology.

Zack serves as a project manager. His duties include estimating, scheduling and managing the diverse projects that are part of the company’s portfolio. He participates in local community volunteer organizations such as Quakertown Alive!