The company has bought and is remodeling an office space in European Village.
Robbie Richmond, Barb Kimberley and Rod Kimberley launched Intracoastal Construction, according to a news release.
The company has bought and is remodeling an office space at 101 Palm Harbor Pkwy, Suite 116B in European Village. The unit was the former home to Coconut Island, a retail store that closed last month after the owners retired.
Richmond has served over 400 clients in Flagler County during the past18 years, holding a residential license for homes up to three levels and a commercial general contractor's license for custom multi-level designs. He is also certified as a Florida Green Builder. His peers have elected him twice to be the president of the Flagler County Builder's Association.
Prior to moving to Flagler County in 1996, Rod Kimberley ran the Washington, D.C. office of ITT for eight years and moved to Palm Coast to work as the company’s National Sales Manager.
Barb Kimberly is a former Flagler County teacher and joined Arthur Rutenberg in 2003. She was twice in the Arthur Rutenberg Homes Sales Top Club.
The company is concentrating on building meticulously crafted custom homes in all the gated communities, Intracoastal and on oceanfront lots. They were recently selected as an authorized builder for the Marina Del Palma development, a boat-centric, gated community with resort style amenities on the Intracoastal Waterway off Colbert Lane in Palm Coast.