Bryce Jameau; Project Manager

Who are you? Bryce Jumeau

Hometown? Central Coast, Australia

Why did you move here? My wife was offered an amazing job in NYC about 5 years ago, so we packed up and moved over. Best thing we ever did.

What do you do for Wellbuilt? Supervise job sites, make sure things get done on time. The line of communication between the office and the contractors

Favorite food? Fish tacos

Weirdest thing about you? I surf when it's snowing

What do you do on your last day on Earth? Go surfing with the boys in Mexico and have a couple of beers.

 Things on your bucket list?    1. Jump out of a plane

                                                    2. Wine the Wax Tongue

                                                    3. Burning Man

Guilty pleasure? Tiramisu

What did you want to be when you grow up? Retired (laughs) but not old.

Best advice anyone has ever gave you? Sharpen up and go harder





Kevin Brett; Wellbuilt Partner

Who are you? Kevin Brett

Hometown? A small town in rural Ireland called Carndonagh in County Donegal

Why did you move here? I came to vacation for a summer and fell in love with the place, and before I knew it I had set down roots

What do you do for Wellbuilt? I share in the day to day operations and evolution of the Boston office, everything from the hiring, firing to the contract signing and decision making

What's your favorite thing about working here?I love the culture of the company, it feels like everyone at Wellbuilt Company coordinates and pulls their weight very dynamically, I feel like the group as a whole are incredibly resourceful and creative when it comes to acquisitions, project designs & layouts and the actual development

Last movie you watched? I believe it was Snow White with my daughter

Weirdest thing Americans do? Every national sport league names the winning team World Champions? Like the World Series only has American teams...

What do you do on your last day on Earth? Take my girlfriend and our kids anywhere in the world they want

Guilty pleasure? Everything Apple

What did you want to be when you grow up? Pilot

Favorite piece of architecture? Cayan Tower, Dubai

Favorite designer? Steve Jobs - Apple

Best advice anyone has ever given you? “If you're not first, you're last “ - Ricky Bobby, Taladega Nights

Best gift you were ever given? My daughter Madison 

Charity Golf Outings

Here at the Wellbuilt Company we have been fortunate enough to take some time away from our busy summer projects and work a little on our golf swing while also supporting some great charities. We find that golf is a great way to bond as a team, spend the day outside, and give back to the charities that we are passionate about.

The Macquarie Marsupial Master's Golf Tournament raised money for the Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC). The AWC was established more than 10 years ago to reverse the decline in Australian wildlife. This charity is near and dear to our heart as many of our Wellbuilt team calls Australia home.  Australia has the worst mammal extinction rate in the world and a very high proportion of their surviving animals and plants (over 1,700 species) are listed as threatened with extinction. The AWC works on implementing a new model for conservation to save the wildlife.

The UNICO Italian Open is put on by the UNICO (Stamford Chapter), who contributes to the local community by making significant contributions to deserving local charities and scholarship recipients. UNICO strives to "honor, perpetuate and disseminate the culture and ethnic heritage of our Italian immigrant ancestors, by supporting higher education and by educating and informing our member, local communities and our nation."

For more information on these charities, please visit their websites.



Founding Partner; Mitch Kidd

Who are you? Mitch

Hometown? Orange, a country town 4 hours west of Sydney, Australia

How did you become a part of Wellbuilt? I am a founding partner of Wellbuilt, I was more or less jobless at the time, and the only way I saw that I would get another job during the recession, was if I created one myself. And here I am today, still employed!

What do you do for Wellbuilt? Business development, client relations, oversee projects.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Wellbuilt? That we are a boutique and very close knit company. We get exposure to a diverse scope of work and clientele. We expect everyone in the company to wear a number of hats. Everyday is different, and expectations of each project change daily. Its very dynamic and challenging.

What do you do on your last day on Earth? Spend time on my family's  farm "Roma" where I grew up.

3 Things on your bucket list? 1. Do the Mongol rally 2. Hike the Kokoda Trail 3. Go to a Super Bowl

Something you are passionate about? Family, Wellbuilt, and the Manly Sea Eagles.

Guilty pleasure? French fries and cigars.

What did you want to be when you grow up? Sounds boring but besides a famous sportsman, all I've wanted to be is a builder, and own my own company.

Favorite artist? Music wise I would have to say at the moment it’s Che Smith aka Rhymefest. I had the chance to meet him recently and the guy is so talented and down to earth.

Finish this sentence….”right now I'm really into…..” Golf... but I'm bloody terrible!

Best advice anyone has ever given you? Don't settle.


If These Walls Could Talk; Historical House Restoration


WellBuilt has partnered with the Leo Realty Group for our next Landmark project in Winchester, Massachusetts, known as the Richmond House.  This 11,000 square foot house was originally built as a wedding present to Edith Hall-Richmond by her father in 1909. Edith spent the rest of her life calling this house a home and gave the house its well known name.

The history of this beautiful home didn't stop there, making its way to it's second owner, James G. Baker (shown above).  Dr. James Baker was famous for his work on aircraft lenses during WWII where he worked closely with the U.S. Army and CIA. After the war he was one of the key people to persuade President Eisenhower to build the U-2 spy planes (shown above). The folding tunnels built in the basement of this home were to hide the doctors work on the secret lenses of the spy planes. Dr. Baker, holding more than 50 U.S. patents, has since passed away but his family members claim the Richmond House breeds math geniuses and other scientific minds blossoming in the home.

Wellbuilt plans to restore this landmark home to its originally beauty. It is a staple in the neighborhood and the old charm of the architecture is something to be saved. For additional information on the project or the sale of this house please contact us. 

Project Manager: Luke Pound

Who are you? Luke Pound

Hometown? Perth, Western Australia

Where do you live now?  Greenpoint, Brooklyn

How did you become a part of Wellbuilt? I think Mitch and I had a mutual contact and I reached out to him to see if he was looking for carpenters, I was doing a lot of carpentry and project management. So, we got together. The job interview was interesting, we had a few pints of beer. I managed to step in as they started a project to remodel a penthouse and prove my worth.

What do you do for Wellbuilt? A bit of everything, starts at the bidding and client meeting, to proposal, and on to project management on site. Bringing all the trades together and getting the job done, all the way till closing when I do the handover.

What's your favorite thing about working for Wellbuilt? The work culture I’d say. Everyone gets along with each other and catches up outside of work hours.

Miss most about home? The beach. And family BBQs. But definitely the beach.

What do you do on your last day on Earth? It's kind of boring, but I'd spend it with my wife and daughter.

Things on your bucket list? Just ticked one off recently which was to see the Rolling Stones before they kick the bucket. Haven't done Africa yet. I'm big into animal documentaries. Ha one of those "you don't know this about me."

What did you want to be when you grow up? I wanted to play NBA basketball. (Laughs) I had all the playing cards and was convinced I was going to play for the Charlotte Hornets.

Favorite piece of architecture? New York as a whole, it's pretty amazing. You never get bored flying over the city. I always have my forehead planted on the window while we land.

Finish this sentence,”right now I'm really into…..” baby stuff.

Next big adventure planned? Becoming a parent.


P. Johnson Tailors

Following their success in Australia, P. Johnson Tailors have brought their craftsmanship to the states, opening a store in Soho, NYC. Their goal is to help every man dress better, but without all the fuss. They want their clients to be able to "pull it on, forget about it and get on with your day." Wellbuilt helped them transform an existing residential space into a clean, crisp New York showroom in the heart of SOHO.

Be sure to check out their website, visit their store located at 145 Spring Street or even book in a complimentary fitting with Ed Bertouch (

Reclaimed Wood Supply

Wellbuilt Supply Company specializes in the procurement, processing, and sale of reclaimed building products through the simplest means possible. We supply reclaimed products to designers, builders, developers, homeowners, artists and construction specialists. Our supply is always growing, with products added often allowing us to create one of a kind designs for our clients.

Please visit our SUPPLY shop to view our growing inventory.

Greenwich Family Home

This gorgeous family home was a challenge we really embraced. The project was a gut renovation and expansion of a 10,000sqft home that encompassed a full design and build - managed entirely by the Wellbuilt team. Highlighted by the rotation of the existing kitchen, common area and dining room to maximise the entertainment and achieve a desired open living space. Plus a new pool and expanded back courtyard area - including new pergola's for relaxing (and protected) outdoor entertaining.

Designer: Douglas Graneto


Connecticut Development

Wellbuilt has some exciting news, we've just begun another development project in Riverside, Greenwhich (CT). This development will be a 2300sqft family home, that faces south, is on a cul-de-sac, with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a double car garage and river views! Perfect for a family moving out to Connecticut from the city. Stay tuned to watch the progress of this project - this new home will be back on the market at the end of Summer.