About Us

Founded in 1977, Paul F. Raywood General Contracting quickly became know for its work in historic and older buildings. Building on the experience gained working for the State of New Jersey’s Historic Sites Department
on such historic sites as Morven, Princeton NJ, then the governor’s mansion, the Clarke House, Princeton Battlefield and the Johnson Ferry House, Washington Crossing, to name a few,
made it an easy transition into the private sector.

It was only a matter of time before Paul's reputation in solving the problems encountered in older buildings would find us called on more and more for additions, custom cabinetwork and completely new construction. Along the way, a team of carpenters, plumbers, electricians, masons and other tradesmen was assembled that allow us to take a project from its very beginning to completion, all under our personal direct supervision.

In 1995 Ron joined Paul's team.  Throughout his many years of commitment and service, Ron has worked closely with Paul to develop a keen eye and the expertise that their projects demand.  Over time, it seemed like a natural course for Paul to pass the torch onto Ron .  Although they still work closely, Ron and his wife Gabrielle now handle the day to day operations of Raywood General Contracting, LLC.

We strive to be the best at what we do and to make your building experience a pleasant one.

We understand that a construction project in your home can be stressful.
Our goal is to make sure it is not by treating your home as we would our own.
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