Questar Construction Announces New Project East of Conroe

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Questar Construction LP, a local custom home company specializing in BOYL, is pleased to announce its newest venture East of Conroe where they have begun transforming wooded lots into wonderful homesteads, exploding the population of Peach Creek Plantation and aiding in the development of an area eager for advancement.

Patrick Johnson of Questar Construction recounts life in Conroe says, "Travel down the roads of Conroe, Texas and you will discover an eclectic collection of days gone by and days to come.  The pattern and tapestry woven throughout time includes the sweet sweet faces of 'gardeners', tending their yards as they have done for the last 30 or more years before they retired and will continue to do until the day they are laid to rest, the young children still clambering about the roads, fearless of traffic that comes and goes, for this is their time, their place and their lessons they will learn from each car honk and ruffle of wind as cars whiz by. This is a beautiful area and from the Mecca, marked by the historic downtown Montgomery County Courthouse built in 1936 for $380,000, travel North, South, East, or West and you will encounter society so varied a newcomer would never realize they were still in Conroe. The property owners of Peach Creek Plantation, just east of Conroe, are ready to become a part of that tradition.”

Questar Construction has been a part of the growth since 1972 when the Johnson family company began as Westwick Builders. Throughout the years this family developed subdivisions such as Arbor Place, Robin Wood, White Oak Point and many others. A vibrant part of the community where The Johnson family goal is to create a home, community, or business that anyone would be proud to own.  When asked, “Have we succeeded?” Patrick states, “We like to think so, just visit our website and see the communities developed, the happy faces, and the busy storefronts. We believe we are still 'just beginning', a business is ever growing, just like Conroe communities and the surrounding areas of Montgomery County.  We are a work in progress; a work in pride…we are proud of our accomplishments and continue to improve our progress."

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