Meet The Richter Construction Team


Gary Richter, President of Richter Construction, is married to wife Karen. Together they have two sons, Ryan and Chris, who are working full-time for RCI. Gary also grew up in the family business, working with the construction crews on framing, foundation, and finishing carpentry work. After earning a B.S. ('75) and M.Ed. ('77) from Northeast Louisiana University, he took a high school teaching/coaching position in Monroe, Louisiana. In the summer of 1985, he and his family returned to South Texas and the family business. 

Gary is licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission. He is also part owner of Capital Well Service and serves on the company's Board of Directors. Gary has also served on the Atascosa Economic Development Board of Directors and the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Vice President 

Chris Richter, the 5th generation in Richter Construction, attended Del Mar College. He started working for the family business full-time in 2005. He currently oversees field operations and estimating.


Karen Richter is married to RCI's President, Gary Richter. She attended Northeast Louisiana University and has been working for the company since 2002. Prior to RCI, she was Head of Human Resources and secretary/treasurer for Dawson Production Services for 9 years. Before that, she worked as an office manager for Terry Denman and Associates Engineering Firm.


Rudy Ximenez, started working full-time for Richter Construction in 1978 after working part-time while finishing high school. Rudy supervises framing and finishing crews.


Don Luna, started working for Richter Consutrction in 1978 after working in his family's roofing business. Don supervises framing and finishing crews.


What Our Clients Say

  • ""We celebrated our first fumily Christmas in our new home and it was wonderful! Thank you so much for all your hard work and especially for your patience. Everyone we worked with thru the construction process was knowledgeable, helpful, qnd so polite."

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