Skip Harper

Skip Harper is a native of North Augusta, South Carolina. Upon graduating from the University of South Carolina with degrees in Marketing and Business Management in 1981, Mr. Harper moved to Atlanta to pursue a career in real estate. During his 20+ year career, he has actively contributed to the quality development of Cobb County.

Starting his career as a land agent, he successfully brokered over 100 land transactions totaling over $150 million dollars. Since expanding the business in the early 1990’s to include community development & home building, Mr. Harper has developed over 25 fine neighborhoods in Cobb County. As a board member of the Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society, he appreciates superior architecture and strives to create neighborhoods with lasting appeal.

 
     
 
 
 

E.J. Campbell

E.J. Campbell hails from Pennsylvania, but after living here for almost 20 years he and his family call Cobb County home. Mr. Campbell possesses a wealth of knowledge in the fields of construction, production management and quality control. He served one major Fortune 500 company for the first 25 years of his career, before becoming a partner with Red Oak Construction.

He strives each and every day to empower the W&H/Red Oak Teams to produce high quality, efficient homes in a safe environment. While participating in the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, Certified Professional Home Builders Program he continues to educate and instruct the site superintendents on the latest building methods, products, and codes. His advanced education in the field insures that the W&H/Red Oak Team is on the cutting edge of building technology and code compliance.

 
     
     
   
 
Mr. Harper and Mr. Campbell are committed, serving in leadership positions in their churches, the Rotary Club, Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society, Wellstar Hospice Steering Committee and the Council for Quality Development.

W&H/Red Oak recently completed exterior painting of a transitional Must Ministries home in cooperation with the North Cobb Interact Club, roofed the new facility at the Mountain Top Boys Home in North Georgia, a home for wayward teenage boys and just completed the construction of a Habitat for Humanity home in Smyrna, GA.