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JWTC Builds New Home in 15 Days for Port Arthur Hurricane Harvey Storm Survivor

When Havalisia Owens was a child, she used to spend summers with her grandparents at what eventually became her Port Read More »

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JWTC Supports Area Communities

JWTC supports our area communities. JWTC has donated over $1,000,000 to local organizations to assist the low income, elderly, homeless, women, children and military in the regions where we work. Our Focus is to provide valuable resources in times of need to improve the lives of our neighbors and fellow citizens.

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JWTC Completes Damaged Home Demo and Builds a New Home in 17 Days

Just in Time for Christmas! JWTC completes the demolition and construction of a new three bedroom, two bath home of Read More »

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Doing the Heavy Lifting

Hurricane Sandy left thousands devastated in New York. This elevation of a five unit townhome complex in Staten Island, NY is the largest residential elevation in all of New York City.

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Rebuilding Communities

Hurricane Ike left thousands with severe home damage in Texas. Ms. Risher’s home in Independence Heights was severely damaged by the storm. Ms. Risher’s home represents benchmark home #275 in the City of Houston’s recovery program. We wish Ms. Risher many happy years in her new home.

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JWTC Builds New Home in 22 Days for Resident

In just 22 days, James W Turner Construction built a new home for Domingo Martinez and his family. Domingo’s home was the first house finished in Round 2 of the City of Galveston’s Hurricane Ike Disaster Recovery Program. CEO J.W. Turner, URS Program Manager Kelly Huck, and Galveston Mayor Lewis Rosen were able to give Domingo his keys on April 8th.

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Bastrop Family Gets New Home After Fire

It has been more than two years since the Bastrop wildfires forced hundreds of families from their homes. Now, one of those families gets to make new memories in their new home, just in time for the holidays.

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Making a Difference

World War II veteran Raul Vera, 89, has a new home built on the site where lightening burned down his home and took the life of his wife, Martha, thanks to the volunteer efforts of local veterans and the generous donation of time and materials by local contractor J.W. Turner.

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First Hurricane Disaster Home Goes to Happy New Owner

A Raymondville resident whose old house was battered by tropical storm Dolly is now the recipient of the first free house built as part of a hurricane recovery project. Norma Lopez’s home on 410 W. Wood Ave. is now brand new built at a cost estimated at $100,000.

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