The homebuilding business in Middle Tennessee in the post World War II era was dominated by locally owned and operated home-grown companies. In 1952, Randall Phillips Sr., started such a business that was destined to become the largest homebuilder in Tennessee.
Now, over five decades later, his three grandsons, Randall, Jason and Charlie are carrying that proud family tradition forward. Each has grown up under the watchful eyes of their grandfather and father, Eddie Phillips, in the family business from the bottom up and are now poised to keep the home-grown, home town, family business in the forefront of home-building in the Middle Tennessee area.
It is an exciting time for a proud family that has, for over 50 years, made the American Dream of home ownership come true for so many Middle Tennesseans. The family tradition endures.
Vision & Values
Phillips Builders embraces the same tried and true values set forth by their grandfather back in 1952 of building a quality home at an affordable price, treating every customer with respect and by delivering on all promises made.
E. Randall Phillips, II
Randall Phillips is the President of Phillips Builders and is responsible for all the day to day operations of the company. His oversight extends to all the company’s procedures, holdings and projects. Randall holds a Business degree from the University of Tennessee. He is the father of three sons, Taylor, Harrison and Griffin. Randall and his family reside in Goodlettsville, TN.
Jason Phillips manages the commercial real estate ventures as well as pursuing raw land deals for future residential developments for Phillips Builders. He holds a Business degree from the University of Tennessee. He is married to wife, Leslie, and is the father of three children, Laine, Lou and Gray. Jason and family make their home in Goodlettsville, TN.
Charlie Phillips executes all construction protocols for Phillips Builders. Charlie supervises the staffing and training of all construction team members. He holds a History degree from Belmont University. He is married to wife, Karilynn, and is the father of two daughters, Megan and Janey Reese. Charlie and his family live in Goodlettsville, TN.