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The latest from Richmond’s premier contracting firm.
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The Modern Farmhouse: Elevating a Popular Design Trend

Farmhouse design has had a huge moment lately. Thanks to high-profile designers like Joanna Gaines, reclaimed wood and shiplap seem to be here to stay for awhile. For the most part, this look can be described as “cute,” but recently we had clients come to one of our trade partners, Jennifer Radakovic Design, with a […]

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Design Trend: Incorporating the Contemporary 

Contemporary Design can be hard to nail down. By nature and name it is the design that is currently being created, so having a broad or high level perspective on it can be difficult. Add to this difficulty that contemporary is often confused with “modern” design, which actually refers to a specific architectural period that […]

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JRC Wins HBAR RARE Award for Whole Home Remodel

Last month we were honored to receive the Home Building Association of Richmond (HBAR) inaugural “RARE Award” for Best Whole House Renovation and Best Team Project, in collaboration with Dana McKenna Designs.  The HBAR RARE (Richmond Awards for Remodeling Excellence) celebration was held on November 14th at the Triple Cross Brewery. The main purpose of […]

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Employee Spotlight: Ann Gooch

If you’ve ever worked with James River Construction and enjoyed the process that may be because of employees like Ann Gooch. As our production and marketing account executive, Ann’s days are spent working on process enhancements, streamlining every step to be easier and more pleasant for our clients and our staff. With years of background […]

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Is Your Home Ready for Some Football

It’s hard to believe it’s already here, but for many it’s the most wonderful time of the year – football season.  If you anxiously awaited football season all summer long, then you probably put some thought into where and how you wanted to watch certain games or how you hoped to enjoy your Sunday, Monday […]

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