Co-owners, Rickey Honea Jr. & Daniel Strickland, formulated Dirt City Construction after working with one another at Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling. When it was announced that the doors at Paul Davis where closing permanently, Rickey & Daniel saw an opportunity to open doors of their own. Prior to being recruited as a Project Manager for Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling, Rickey had been in business for himself for 4 years as a general contractor. Paired with Daniel’s years of experience in sales & management in the industry, the two agreed starting a business together was their next endeavor. Their vision was clear -employ honest, dedicated & lively individuals, who take pride in what they do; a family of people, whose collective character & experience makes Dirt City Construction the easy choice for any customer. Working in an industry that can often be painstaking, they wanted homeowners to choose Dirt City Construction, not only for their quality & integrity, but their personality. DDC is proud to offer a variety of residential and commercial services, ranging from exterior work, insurance claim repairs, interior remodels, as well as custom woodworking

MIllworks DivisionIt really wasn’t a coincidence when Rickey & Daniel had the same thought about their next business move for Dirt City Construction: buyout Strickland Woodworking. With both coming from millworking backgrounds, a millworks division was something they both aspired to have. Roy Strickland (Daniel’s Dad,) of Strickland Woodworking, was already a reliable sub-contractor for DCC, with a reputation for impeccable detail & quality. After discussing the merging of their businesses, it was quickly evident that this transition would mutually benefit both parties. Rickey & Daniel would manage the logistics & estimating, leaving Roy to do what he loves most; crafting in the shop. In procuring Strickland Woodworking, Dirt City Construction not only gained the experience of a Master Woodworker, but also a full woodshop. They had everything they needed to make their aspirations a reality. Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division offers design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures in residential & commercial settings.

Co-owners, Rickey Honea Jr. & Daniel Strickland, formulated Dirt City Construction after working with one another at Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling. When it was announced that the doors at Paul Davis where closing permanently, Rickey & Daniel saw an opportunity to open doors of their own. Prior to being recruited as a Project Manager for Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling, Rickey had been in business for himself for 4 years as a general contractor. Paired with Daniel’s years of experience in sales & management in the industry, the two agreed starting a business together was their next endeavor. Their vision was clear -employ honest, dedicated & lively individuals, who take pride in what they do; a family of people, whose collective character & experience makes Dirt City Construction the easy choice for any customer. Working in an industry that can often be painstaking, they wanted homeowners to choose Dirt City Construction, not only for their quality & integrity, but their personality. DDC is proud to offer a variety of residential and commercial services, ranging from exterior work, insurance claim repairs, interior remodels, as well as custom woodworking

MIllworks DivisionIt really wasn’t a coincidence when Rickey & Daniel had the same thought about their next business move for Dirt City Construction: buyout Strickland Woodworking. With both coming from millworking backgrounds, a millworks division was something they both aspired to have. Roy Strickland (Daniel’s Dad,) of Strickland Woodworking, was already a reliable sub-contractor for DCC, with a reputation for impeccable detail & quality. After discussing the merging of their businesses, it was quickly evident that this transition would mutually benefit both parties. Rickey & Daniel would manage the logistics & estimating, leaving Roy to do what he loves most; crafting in the shop. In procuring Strickland Woodworking, Dirt City Construction not only gained the experience of a Master Woodworker, but also a full woodshop. They had everything they needed to make their aspirations a reality. Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division offers design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures in residential & commercial settings.
MIllworks DivisionIt really wasn’t a coincidence when Rickey & Daniel had the same thought about their next business move for Dirt City Construction: buyout Strickland Woodworking. With both coming from millworking backgrounds, a millworks division was something they both aspired to have. Roy Strickland (Daniel’s Dad,) of Strickland Woodworking, was already a reliable sub-contractor for DCC, with a reputation for impeccable detail & quality. After discussing the merging of their businesses, it was quickly evident that this transition would mutually benefit both parties. Rickey & Daniel would manage the logistics & estimating, leaving Roy to do what he loves most; crafting in the shop. In procuring Strickland Woodworking, Dirt City Construction not only gained the experience of a Master Woodworker, but also a full woodshop. They had everything they needed to make their aspirations a reality. Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division offers design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures in residential & commercial settings.

Co-owners, Rickey Honea Jr. & Daniel Strickland, formulated Dirt City Construction after working with one another at Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling. When it was announced that the doors at Paul Davis where closing permanently, Rickey & Daniel saw an opportunity to open doors of their own. Prior to being recruited as a Project Manager for Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling, Rickey had been in business for himself for 4 years as a general contractor. Paired with Daniel’s years of experience in sales & management in the industry, the two agreed starting a business together was their next endeavor. Their vision was clear -employ honest, dedicated & lively individuals, who take pride in what they do; a family of people, whose collective character & experience makes Dirt City Construction the easy choice for any customer. Working in an industry that can often be painstaking, they wanted homeowners to choose Dirt City Construction, not only for their quality & integrity, but their personality. DDC is proud to offer a variety of residential and commercial services, ranging from exterior work, insurance claim repairs, interior remodels, as well as custom woodworking

MIllworks DivisionIt really wasn’t a coincidence when Rickey & Daniel had the same thought about their next business move for Dirt City Construction: buyout Strickland Woodworking. With both coming from millworking backgrounds, a millworks division was something they both aspired to have. Roy Strickland (Daniel’s Dad,) of Strickland Woodworking, was already a reliable sub-contractor for DCC, with a reputation for impeccable detail & quality. After discussing the merging of their businesses, it was quickly evident that this transition would mutually benefit both parties. Rickey & Daniel would manage the logistics & estimating, leaving Roy to do what he loves most; crafting in the shop. In procuring Strickland Woodworking, Dirt City Construction not only gained the experience of a Master Woodworker, but also a full woodshop. They had everything they needed to make their aspirations a reality. Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division offers design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures in residential & commercial settings.

Our Mission Statement

Family of industry professionals providing residential & commercial customers with honest, quality solutions for all interior & exterior needs.

Our Mission Statement

Family of industry professionals providing residential & commercial customers with honest, quality solutions for all interior & exterior needs.

Our Mission Statement

Family of industry professionals providing residential & commercial customers with honest, quality solutions for all interior & exterior needs.

Daniel Strickland

Owner/Sales Manager

Daniel Strickland is Owner/Sales Manager for Dirt City Construction, working with homeowners on project estimates, as well as overseeing employee relations, financial planning & projections. Having been around construction & home projects since he could walk, Daniel brings extensive understanding of the industry to his team & clients. It is through his vast knowledge that Daniel believes, his team & the experience they provide, are the very foundation of the company. Daniel has worked to build a team that exemplifies quality, not only in who they are as individuals, but the level of service they provide. Daniel has been in the remodeling & restoration industry as a professional for 7 years. He is IICRC, WRT & SRT certified. Daniel holds a Bachelor’s in Business Management from Wayland Baptist University.

Rickey Honea Jr.

Owner/Operations & Project Manager

Rickey Honea Jr. is Owner/Operations & Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, supporting project managers & sub-contractor relations, as well as, oversight of production operations, client communication, product purchasing & staging. Growing up around his grandfather’s carpentry business, Rickey brings experience that reaches far beyond his years, making him a great resource to team members & homeowners alike. Thanks to his grandfather’s example, Rickey has a true southern boy work ethic & integrity that he strives to garner in his team. Rickey understands the value that honesty & consistency brings to this industry, affirming that these principles are what drive the success of Dirt City Construction. Rickey has been in the construction industry as a professional for 15+ years. He is IICRC, WRT & SRT certified, as well as certified for mold inspection. Rickey is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Kyle Garcia

Project Manager

Kyle Garcia is a Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, partnering directly with homeowners to oversee the complete install of their project. After spending 10 years in retail, Kyle knows what drives an exceptional experience, always making the customer relationship his top priority through proactive, honest communication. Kyle has utilized his experience & passion for helping people by assisting homeowners through a variety of interior & exterior projects over the last 3 years. Kyle has always enjoyed supporting & helping people, as he mentored students at Atkins Middle School while attending Texas Tech University. Kyle holds a BA in History, as well as, a Masters in Secondary Education from Texas Tech University.

Lino Hernandez

Project Manager

Lino Hernandez is a Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, partnering directly with homeowners to oversee every phase of the install. With 16 years of construction experience, Lino knows the importance of going the extra mile to accomplish a task. Attributing his success to this principle, Lino approaches every job with determination & honesty, as he strives to make every customer experience better than the last. Having a wide array of knowledge, ranging from road construction to tile work to remodeling, Lino prides himself on his ability to quickly formulate solutions to any problem. Next to his work, family is the most important thing to Lino, so it’s no surprise that he treats every client like family.

Christian (Tuna) Lee

Construction Tech

Christian (Tuna) Lee is a Construction Tech for Dirt City Construction, providing general labor support to his team & customers throughout the complete install process. Having worked for Serv Pro as a Crew Chief for 6 years, Tuna brings valuable restoration & remediation expertise to the construction industry. His experience in working with customers through devastating & stressful situations has taught Tuna the importance of being positive & respectful in all situations. No matter the circumstance, he advocates always putting the needs of the client first. Tuna has been licensed with the State of Texas as a mold remediation worker, as well as, IICRC, WRT & SRT certified. Tuna is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Roy Strickland

Master Woodworker

Roy Strickland is the Master Woodworker for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working closely with commercial & residential clients on the design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures. Roy knows he is living his purpose through woodworking. Forty-four years ago, his yearning to learn the craft lead Roy to a cabinet shop, where he simply asked to observe how they worked. After carefully watching them layout, fabricate & assemble cabinets for 7-8 hours, they offered him a job. Having been in business for himself the last 40 years, Roy’s passion for his work is evident in the intricate thought & detail he puts into every project. Roy’s craftsmanship can be seen at the National Ranching Heritage Center, DeVitt Mallet Museum, firearm display cabinets, which was a collaborative project, with designs provided by Duward Campbell. No matter the need or size of the job, Roy welcomes every project with the same sentiment- that he is making a positive impact through his gift of woodworking.

Abbey Miller

Apprentice

Abbey Miller is an Apprentice for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working under Roy’s guidance on design, construction & installation of custom woodworking projects. Having managed her own t-shirt printing & decal business for 2 years, Abbey knows the importance of approaching every project with a creative & collaborative attitude. While woodworking had only ever been a hobby, Abbey jumped at the opportunity to learn more about the craft, stating she’s thankful to be a part of an industry where every day is different & there’s always something to learn. Abbey’s demeanor, along with her desire to build & work with her hands, has made her the ideal apprentice. Abbey is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Jaemi Baker

Apprentice

Jaemi Baker is an Apprentice for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working under Roy’s guidance on the design, construction & installation of custom woodworking projects. Having previous work experience that required her to get her hands dirty, such as being a C.S.R at an oil changing shop, Jaemi quickly acclimated to the shop environment. Jaemi’s eager attitude & willingness to learn made her the ideal apprenticeship candidate. While woodworking is a new experience for Jaemi, she enjoys helping craft each piece of wood into a work of art, affirming the more she learns about the process, the more she loves it. Jaemi graduated from Shallowater High School & is currently attending South Plains College for General Studies.

Carla Strickland

Office Manager

Carla Strickland is the Office Manager for Dirt City Construction, offering accounting & billing support to her team, vendors & homeowners. With more than 27 years of professional experience, ranging from an accounting clerk to a development grant agent, Carla understands the importance of thoroughness & accuracy when approaching any task. Giving full attention to even the smallest details, Carla believes the small details can make the biggest difference in someone’s life. For Carla, this mentality is the heart of service. No matter what position she held at the time, the memories she cherishes the most, are when she directly impacted someone in a positive way. Carla holds an Associate’s of Applied Science in Accounting from South Plains College.

Daniel Strickland

Owner/Sales Manager

Daniel Strickland is Owner/Sales Manager for Dirt City Construction, working with homeowners on project estimates, as well as overseeing employee relations, financial planning & projections. Having been around construction & home projects since he could walk, Daniel brings extensive understanding of the industry to his team & clients. It is through his vast knowledge that Daniel believes, his team & the experience they provide, are the very foundation of the company. Daniel has worked to build a team that exemplifies quality, not only in who they are as individuals, but the level of service they provide. Daniel has been in the remodeling & restoration industry as a professional for 7 years. He is IICRC, WRT & SRT certified. Daniel holds a Bachelor’s in Business Management from Wayland Baptist University.

Rickey Honea Jr.

Owner/Operations & Project Manager

Rickey Honea Jr. is Owner/Operations & Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, supporting project managers & sub-contractor relations, as well as, oversight of production operations, client communication, product purchasing & staging. Growing up around his grandfather’s carpentry business, Rickey brings experience that reaches far beyond his years, making him a great resource to team members & homeowners alike. Thanks to his grandfather’s example, Rickey has a true southern boy work ethic & integrity that he strives to garner in his team. Rickey understands the value that honesty & consistency brings to this industry, affirming that these principles are what drive the success of Dirt City Construction. Rickey has been in the construction industry as a professional for 15+ years. He is IICRC, WRT & SRT certified, as well as certified for mold inspection. Rickey is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Kyle Garcia

Project Manager

Kyle Garcia is a Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, partnering directly with homeowners to oversee the complete install of their project. After spending 10 years in retail, Kyle knows what drives an exceptional experience, always making the customer relationship his top priority through proactive, honest communication. Kyle has utilized his experience & passion for helping people by assisting homeowners through a variety of interior & exterior projects over the last 3 years. Kyle has always enjoyed supporting & helping people, as he mentored students at Atkins Middle School while attending Texas Tech University. Kyle holds a BA in History, as well as, a Masters in Secondary Education from Texas Tech University.

Lino Hernandez

Project Manager

Lino Hernandez is a Project Manager for Dirt City Construction, partnering directly with homeowners to oversee every phase of the install. With 16 years of construction experience, Lino knows the importance of going the extra mile to accomplish a task. Attributing his success to this principle, Lino approaches every job with determination & honesty, as he strives to make every customer experience better than the last. Having a wide array of knowledge, ranging from road construction to tile work to remodeling, Lino prides himself on his ability to quickly formulate solutions to any problem. Next to his work, family is the most important thing to Lino, so it’s no surprise that he treats every client like family.

Christian (Tuna) Lee

Construction Tech

Christian (Tuna) Lee is a Construction Tech for Dirt City Construction, providing general labor support to his team & customers throughout the complete install process. Having worked for Serv Pro as a Crew Chief for 6 years, Tuna brings valuable restoration & remediation expertise to the construction industry. His experience in working with customers through devastating & stressful situations has taught Tuna the importance of being positive & respectful in all situations. No matter the circumstance, he advocates always puts the needs of the client first. Tuna has been licensed with the State of Texas as a mold remediation worker, as well as, IICRC, WRT & SRT certified. Tuna is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Roy Strickland

Master Woodworker

Roy Strickland is the Master Woodworker for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working closely with commercial & residential clients on the design, construction & installation of custom cabinets, furniture & fixtures. Roy knows he is living his purpose through woodworking. Forty-four years ago, his yearning to learn the craft lead Roy to a cabinet shop, where he simply asked to observe how they worked. After carefully watching them layout, fabricate & assemble cabinets for 7-8 hours, they offered him a job. Having been in business for himself the last 40 years, Roy’s passion for his work is evident in the intricate thought & detail he puts into every project. Roy’s craftsmanship can be seen at the National Ranching Heritage Center, DeVitt Mallet Museum, firearm display cabinets, which was a collaborative project, with designs provided by Duward Campbell. No matter the need or size of the job, Roy welcomes every project with the same sentiment- that he is making a positive impact through his gift of woodworking.

Abbey Miller

Apprentice

Abbey Miller is an Apprentice for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working under Roy’s guidance on design, construction & installation of custom woodworking projects. Having managed her own t-shirt printing & decal business for 2 years, Abbey knows the importance of approaching every project with a creative & collaborative attitude. While woodworking had only ever been a hobby, Abbey jumped at the opportunity to learn more about the craft, stating she’s thankful to be a part of an industry where every day is different & there’s always something to learn. Abbey’s demeanor, along with her desire to build & work with her hands, has made her the ideal apprentice. Abbey is a Lubbock native, graduating from Coronado High School.

Jaemi Baker

Apprentice

Jaemi Baker is an Apprentice for Dirt City Construction, Millworks Division, working under Roy’s guidance on the design, construction & installation of custom woodworking projects. Having previous work experience that required her to get her hands dirty, such as being a C.S.R at an oil changing shop, Jaemi quickly acclimated to the shop environment. Jaemi’s eager attitude & willingness to learn made her the ideal apprenticeship candidate. While woodworking is a new experience for Jaemi, she enjoys helping craft each piece of wood into a work of art, affirming the more she learns about the process, the more she loves it. Jaemi graduated from Shallowater High School & is currently attending South Plains College for General Studies.

Carla Strickland

Office Manager

Carla Strickland is the Office Manager for Dirt City Construction, offering accounting & billing support to her team, vendors & homeowners. With more than 27 years of professional experience, ranging from an accounting clerk to a development grant agent, Carla understands the importance of thoroughness & accuracy when approaching any task. Giving full attention to even the smallest details, Carla believes the small details can make the biggest difference in someone’s life. For Carla, this mentality is the heart of service. No matter what position she held at the time, the memories she cherishes the most, are when she directly impacted someone in a positive way. Carla holds an Associate’s of Applied Science in Accounting from South Plains College.

Krista Sandoval

Marketing Director

Krista Sandoval is the Marketing Director for Dirt City Construction, collaborating with her team & community partners to develop & implement strategies that reflect the core of the business. Krista thrives on creativity & human interaction, understanding that the ability to connect & understand her audience is the key to innovation & progress. Coming from a musical background, Krista theorizes that just as the right musical arrangement can enhance the meaning of lyrics, the right team can help bring any home project to life. Krista has been working in the construction industry for 2 years, previously designing kitchen & bathroom remodels with Lowe’s Home Improvement. Krista holds an Associate’s of Applied Arts in Commercial Music from South Plains College, as well as, an Associates of Science in Audio Production from Full Sail University.