Richard E. Wodehouse started as a custom builder in San Diego County, California, where he quickly gained a reputation as being one of the area’s finest contractors. After 15 years, he established operations in Telluride, Colorado. Known for his ability to successfully complete architecturally-challenging projects, Richard has developed a close working relationship with both world-renowned and local architects. In 1999, he opened a second office in Aspen, Colorado.
Richard’s projects have been featured in such magazines as Architectural Record, Custom Builder, Remodeling Ideas, Progressive Architecture, Colorado Homes & Life-Styles, Telluride Style, and Sojourner Magazine. Richard was named Colorado’s “Builder of the Year” for 2000, and has received numerous national and regional awards for his efforts in Green Building.
Richard is a member of the National Home Builders Association, the Colorado Green Building Association, the Energy Efficient Building Association, and the Builder 20 Club. He is a national speaker and often contributes articles to local newspapers on various Green Building topics. He has also held a seat for the past 3 years on the Town of Mountain Village Design Review Board. He is an avid snowboarder, river kayaker, and motorcyclist.
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While the process of building a house can be chaos waiting to happen, with proper controls and an informed plan, it can be predictable and controlled from start to finish. Download Richard's article and learn how to make your experience an enjoyable one. (PDF file size: 680kb)