Complete Story


Prism Construction Company (2013)

Prism5,272 sq. ft.
4 bedrooms
4 full & 1 half baths
4.5-car garage

About the Builder

Dedication, Quality, Passion – Prism Construction Company is a full-service construction and design firm driven by a passion to build the finest crafted luxury homes in central Ohio. Our experienced and knowledgeable team will be right there with you every step of the way in creating a custom home that is flawlessly tailored to your personality and lifestyle. When building your dream home, our primary objectives are to listen to your specific needs and wants, perform with honor and deliver beyond expectations. Everything we do is built on one basic principle: When you care … it shows!

Must See

The Prism Parade home was designed/built to have the "WOW" factor around every corner, from the flavorful Georgian exterior design, to the 10-foot ceilings on the first floor, the towering two-story great room and open floor plan, as well as the 1,068 square feet of outdoor, roof-covered living space.

Home Features

  • Quality-built Throughout with Copper Plumbing
  • Attached Lower Level "Garden Garage"
  • Spacious 1,419 SF Basement wtih Kitchenette Rough-in
  • Smart Home Technology and Video/Security System
  • Multimedia Entertainment, including Immensive Video Gaming Room

To view Plan Book page including floor plans (pdf) click here

Contact Information

Mike Hammel
Phone:  (614) 733-8009/Fax: (866) 549-6948
9850 Jerome Rd.
Dublin, OH  43017

Home Design
Prism Designs
(614) 733-8009

Interior Design

UVA Interiors/Exteriors & Designs
(614) 989-4011

Landscape Design
Yager Landscaping
(614) 888-1155


< Back | Printer Friendly Page

Parade Blog

BIA attracts big group of builders for 2016 Parade of Homes

Columbus Business First

The Building Industry Association of Central Ohio’s smallest Parade of Homes in 10 years could be followed by one of the biggest in more than a decade.

Smaller, more accessible Parade of Homes show arrives

The Columbus Dispatch

This year’s Parade of Homes might be smaller and later than usual, but with features such as birch bark walls and a secret door for groceries, it still will offer plenty of eye candy.