Co-founder / Chief Operations
JC served in the United States Coast Guard as a small boat rescue swimmer and member of the drug interdiction boarding team in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He went on to attend the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, Rhode Island before finishing his military service in Washington D.C. JC moved to Atlanta in 1991 and attended Georgia State University. JC bought his first fixer-upper in 1994 and started as an Assistant Builder for Highland Homes in 1996. He moved on to the commercial side of the business, building a Midrise Condominium project in Buckhead. He went off on his own in 1999, running a production roofing and siding business, doing custom renovations, and contract home builds for customers around Atlanta. With a heart to help those in need, JC started commuting to Houston in 2008 to help rebuild after Hurricane Ike. JC’s commitment to quality was noticed quickly and he was recruited to do Federal Government projects which included renovating secure military facilities for the US Army, historic military renovations for the US Coast Guard, and building a pier in the Caribbean for the National Park Service. JC moved back to Atlanta in 2012 to focus on rebuilding his business and being a Dad. In 2014, JC met Ed Frayer and the two merged to create Frayer & Judge to better reach client’s needs and take on more opportunities.
JC is very hands-on with the field personnel, contract negotiations, and customer development. When not on the job site you will find JC on the bike trails as a coach for the Sope Creek Mountain/ Riverwoood High School Bike Team, blue water sailing & scuba diving, and spending time with his friends and family.