JoCo Builders, Ltd
6708 Woodway Dr
Woodway, TX 76712
(254) 752-1149
(254) 741-1004

JoCo Builders, Ltd began in May of 2003. After 8 years managing commercial and residential projects, Third-Generation Builder, Josh Wadsworth, decided to start his own construction business. The heart of this start-up business was custom homes. Today, JoCo Builders has established itself as a premier custom home builder leading the way in energy efficiency technologies.

Josh Wadsworth
Josh Wadsworth was born and raised in Bowie, Texas to a family of hard working homebuilders and farmers. He grew up on residential jobsites where his father, uncle, granddad and great uncle built houses for a living. During a time when a custom homebuilder self performed every activity from pouring concrete and framing to building cabinets and painting, he learned the true ways of the master craftsman.

His desire for education led him to Tarleton State University where he worked various jobs while earning a bachelors degree in business. Because of his passion for the construction industry, he sought out a job in the commercial construction industry. He spent 5 years as a project superintendent and 2 years as a project manager overseeing new construction projects for organizations such as schools, clinics and churches. He has been married to his wife, Lori, since 1997. They have two boys, Coy and Nash, and a girl, Liza Belle.

Rob Baker
Rob Baker was born and raised in Dallas, TX. He graduated from JJ Pearce High School in Richardson, TX. From there he earned a bachelor of science degree with Magna Cum Laude honors from Texas A&M University.

Soon after, Rob married Ashley Dianne in May of 1996. Today, the couple has three children: Kathryn, Karley and Kayla Jane. In 2007, Rob joined JoCo builders as a partner. He brings a skill set that compliments the existing partners, allowing each partner to focus on what they do best. Prior to joining JoCo Builders, Rob was Vice President and CFO of a local commercial subcontractor and manufacturer.

Outside of work, Rob is committed to his responsibilities as a father and a Christian. He is an active member of Reedemer Presbyterian Church of Waco. He is passionate about water-skiing and spending time with his girls. Rob travels each year to Mexico to build houses for homeless families in Jiminez.

Cory Priest