Founded in 1990, we are a family owned and operated full-service company providing services in general contracting and custom millwork. Specializing in all aspects of residential and commercial design, construction, and installation we service the Boston and South Shore area as well much of New England. RHC has manufactured and installed custom architectural woodwork for major universities, law firms, corporations, architects, and non-profit organizations. Originally based in Quincy, MA, RHC has now expanded to a new 11,000 Sq. Ft. facility housing our custom millwork shop with state-of-the-art equipment and offices in Hanover, Massachusetts.
Our services include building and remodeling, new home construction, fine cabinetry, custom millwork and commercial build-outs. Over the years we have established a large repeat customer base in both the residential & commercial industries.
We owe our longevity and success to the many years of dedication from our crew — a core of talented craftsmen backed by a team of dedicated installers, project managers and support staff. RHC proudly employs a highly skilled group of carpenters and cabinetmakers and we continue to expand our capabilities by investing in state-of-the-art machinery. In addition, RHC has its own team of experienced, fully licensed, and insured subcontractors continuously under our employ that work to our high standards, thus eliminating scheduling problems that typically haunt the construction industry. In addition, we work with designers and architects as well as homeowners and business owners to complete projects as envisioned. We work closely with our clients from the initial meeting on the smallest details to the completion of each project.
Our history of traditional craftsmanship has paved the way to our future, with a dedication to investment in cutting edge technology. We strive to exemplify the values of a family-owned business: customer service, integrity, dedication and pride in the quality of our work, no matter how large or small the project may be. We take great pride in our work and our craftsmanship and look forward to serving you. We are proud to provide our clients with the highest possible quality, craftsmanship, and service.
RHC is a proud member of AWI: The Architectural Woodwork Institute, an internationally recognized association representing the highest standards of excellence in the architectural woodwork industry.
Robert Head is the President and Co-Founder of RHC and is proud to be a hands-on owner who meets directly with clients. Robert oversees large projects, does project estimating and is usually out in the field seeing that RHC projects are being completed to his exacting standards.
Patrick Head, Robert’s brother, is RHC’s Vice President and Co-Founder. He is a seasoned CAD draftsman and the shop’s CNC Supervisor. Patrick specializes in computerized millwork design, overseeing estimates, and supervising projects on the job site and in the RHC millwork shop.
Victor Albonetty is RHC’s tireless Project Manager, overseeing countless projects as well as all RHC projects at Fox Hill Village. Victor is greatly appreciated by his many clients and is often affectionately referred to as “Saint Victor” by customers he has gone out of his way to serve.
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Sondra Uva, Robert and Patrick's sister, is the RHC Office Manager, overseeing the daily operations and workings of RHC. Sondra is the steady keel that keeps the RHC ship upright and pointed in the right direction.
Sean Murphy brings over twenty-five years of experience to his job as Project Supervisor at RHC. Although known for his friendly attitude on the job site, Sean is driven to see each and every project completed with craftsmanship and pride.
Donnie Gosson is a Master Craftsman who brings over thirty years of carpentry and craftsmanship to RHC projects. In addition to his mastery of woodworking, Donnie also specializes in working with plastic laminates and solid surfaces.
Mike is another of RHC's trusted Cabinet Maker and Carpenters. Mike is known for his great skill at working with plastic laminates and Corian™ counters. He is greatly appreciated by RHC for his positive, "can do" attitude.
Wayne Berry is a quiet-spoken Master Carpenter with almost thirty years of experience who let's the impeccable quality of his work and craftsmanship speak for him day in and day out.
Paul Gillis is RHC’s trusted Cabinet Maker who with over twenty-five years of cabinet making and carpentry experience is yet another valued asset of RHC. Paul is a master at fabricating plastic laminates.
Kyle's expertise is fabricating any type of countertop imaginable. From wood to plastic laminate to solid surface material, Kyle is amongst the best in the business. Kyle is also known as a guy to fix nearly anything -there are not many things that can stump him.
From frame-to-finish, Leo is known to his peers as the guy that will work very hard to deliver a great result on every project he's involved with. Leo is a highly focused, professional craftsman that RHC is proud to have on its team.
For forty plus years there's been a lot that John has seen and a lot that he's done when it comes to carpentry and general construction. John started out as a cabinetmaker but today he's proficient at many, many disciplines. Always a true gentleman, John is well regarded by his co-workers and the clients that RHC works hard for.
Bill has been involved in all phases of carpentry for over twenty years. Whether it's interior or exterior work, his broad base of experience is a real asset as RHC is involved in a wide variety of construction projects. Commercial or residential, Bill is known as diligent guy that's always a pleasure to work with.
As the nephew of owners Rob and Pat Head, Jake began to learn the ropes at RHC at an early age. Today, he's a fulltime employee that's applying his general carpentry and millwork skills to make a real difference on every project he's involved with. Jake is very hard-working, eager to learn and always has a smile on his face because he loves what he does.
Having grown up in a family owned general contracting firm, Sean came to RHC with many years of solid construction experience. With his broad set of skills and great work ethic, he's a real asset both in the millwork shop and in the field. Sean is a true team-player and not afraid to roll up his sleeves to tackle the dirtiest or toughest of jobs.
From architectural millwork and casework to custom doors and cabinets, we combine the quality of traditional craftsmanship with the speed and accuracy of state-of-the-art technology in our 11,000 square foot shop. We specialize in designing, building and installing custom millwork products using modern technology coupled with time-honored woodworking techniques.
With all RHC projects, the attention to details is first and foremost. Here Donnie and Mike carefully glue and clamp a project piece.
The CNC Machine is a state-of-the-art machine that ensures the highest degree of production and precision.
An old fashioned phone booth servers as our shop telephone.
For this project, the walls of a seating area are being sanded before finishing.
A thoroughly vented spray booth area is at the heart of our finishing department.
To accomodate new machines and materials the RHC shop is expanded from time to time.
Sheet goods can be trimmed to size quickly on the panel saw.
Another essential cornerstone of the shop is our hard working table saw.
Throughout the shop we have tables for laying out projects. In the background is a clamping jig that ensures precise glue-ups.
Our newest precision tool is this fully-automated edge bander.
The new edge-bander delivers precision results that are second-to-none and in half the time.
Having been sanded once, doors await their first trip to the finishing department.
A sign of superior cabinets, RHC is proud of it's dovetail drawers.
A cabinet project in assembly, awaiting doors and hardware.
After carefully taping and covering all exposed pieces, the edges of this cabinet are ready to be finished.