About Us

A native of Alachua County, Tommy Williams grew up on a farm in Archer and obtained a degree in agriculture from the University of Georgia. While farming, he accidentally got the homebuilding ‘bug’ in 1978 while building the family home in Archer, where he and his wife, Anne, raised their three children. “I’ve always heard farmers were really the first environmentalists, and that is so true,” Williams said. “We always took steps to take care of our natural surroundings.” The family’s nurturing of the land translates well with the homebuilding industry.

Their son, Wesley, manages the family’s farm in Chiefland, the majority of which is now planted in pine trees. Their oldest daughter, Emilee is a stay at home mom, and Ginney, a graduate of the Santa Fe College construction program, is following in her father’s footsteps as part of the Tommy Williams building team. Ginney joins the industry at an opportune time: to take her father’s green imprint on the community to a higher level with the beginning of the Zero Energy Home – the home of the future.