In 2003, Mike, long time diesel mechanic with a construction background was looking for an option for retirement. He started a retail company selling farm and ranch equipment to our local community. As that business flourished, many of his clients were requesting that we install their new purchases, and that is where RWC began. Over the years, little by little the company has evolved to what it is today. Each year we have been dedicated to learning and growing as individuals and also as a company, constantly pushing the envelope in order to provide our clients with turn key solutions.
Long before we started this company, I had a passion for building. I remember as a child sitting at the dining room table drawing plans for my first house that I wanted to build. I believe my passion for building was inspired by my Uncle who had built a custom home on a 50 Acre lot in the middle of California wine country in the early 70's. I was fascinated by his stories about the ranch and his experience building the life that he had always wanted.
In my early teens I began working part time with my father during the school year and full time during the summer, mainly building barns and fences. This is where I received most of my experience in welding & fabrication, however later I did attend a local trade school and studied welding. In 2005 I also began working part time with my brother who owned and operated his own Woodworking business primarily specializing in custom cabinets as well as other custom mill-work. Upon graduating high school in 2008, I began working with my father full time. At this point our business began to grow tremendously as I began to see the potential to provide our community with quality and value in the construction industry. In 2010 I became a Project Lead, managing and performing the work on several projects at the same time up until about 2015. During that period of time I had developed a relationship with another successful business owner with over 30 years in the construction industry, specifically structural concrete. During that time I began working with him part time, primarily to gain more experience in that trade. In 2015 I left RWC and took a job as a Superintendent working for a high end residential builder in Los Angeles. This is where I learned to master time management and managing people. It was here I learned how to manage multiple crews working on a single project, on some days up to 40 men. Upon completion of that project in early 2016 I returned to RWC. Overall my commitment to studying and bettering myself as a builder is what has contributed to our success as builder. We believe your contractor should have your best interest in mind, and we've chosen to put our clients first for the past 14 years.
Mike Bline - President
Bill Bline - Vice President
Jo Anne Bline - Chief Financial Officer