OVER 45 YEARS OF SERVING BELL COUNTY.
CRW Construction has been a trusted name in Bell County for over 45 years, recognized for unparalleled service in new construction, historic restorations, and custom remodeling. Established in 1978 by Jack Caesar, John Russell, and Dean Winkler, CRW quickly made a name for itself by combining their skills in real estate, construction, and business management. Their hard work and craftsmanship delivered results early on when the second home CRW built won “Home of the Year” at the 1979 TABA Parade of Homes.
Through the years, CRW expanded from creating custom homes to taking on larger residential and commercial remodeling projects, as well as building new commercial and industrial structures. The company has proudly shaped many structures in Bell County and has been trusted to restore historical buildings in downtown areas of Belton and Temple. The CRW team has always prioritized giving back to the community, involving themselves in various faith-based and service-oriented organizations, ensuring that their impact is felt beyond the structures they build.
Jack Caesar, John Russell, and Dean Winkler, founders of CRW Construction Inc.
Transitioning to the Future
In 2022, CRW Construction ushered in new leadership with Joshua Shokraeifard and John Goode. This transition brings together the strong values and legacy of the founders with the experience and innovation brought by Joshua and John. Both leaders bring extensive history of delivering quality projects for clients in Central Texas and throughout the United States. Including within various markets of healthcare, office, retail, industrial, and residential. Their vast expertise not only fortifies CRW’s reputation for quality and excellent service but also drives the company towards embracing new and larger projects across diverse market sectors. Under their stewardship, CRW Construction is poised to continue its successful journey, forging strong community ties, and contributing to the architectural landscape of Bell County.