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Transitional Kitchen Remodel


R&R Enterprises was founded in 1980 by Bobby and Robbie McMillan to meet the growing needs of Carroll County and the West Georgia area. Since 1980, we have successfully completed over 3,000 construction-related projects including remodels, storm damage restoration, custom designs, and new construction.

Over the past several decades, R&R has witnessed many changes within our country and community. We have watched families grow, the economy rise and fall, and witnessed many businesses fold under pressure while others rose overnight. Throughout all of the changes, we have been the neighbor that weathered the storm right beside you. Our resilience and ability to adapt and overcome change stems from our unchanging core values, quality of work, and solid ongoing relationships with our clients. 

Even as the second generation of the McMillan family steps in to take the reigns and the R&R legacy continues, our devotion to our craft and care for our clients still remain the same.

Overall, our family run business and every member of our team are dedicated to serving our clients and our community to the highest standard, one that we believe is hard to find elsewhere.

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Robert McMillan

President / C.E.O. / Lead Designer

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In 2007, after working summers at R&R since he was 12 years old, Robert McMillan Jr. graduated from Auburn University and came back to Carrollton to join the family business. Upon returning, Robert took over the position of Project Manager and oversaw all phases of various construction projects. These projects included custom design buildings, remodeling, additions, historical restoration and environmental projects for residential and commercial clients.

In 2013, Bobby McMillan stepped down as President of the R&R, passing along the company legacy to his oldest son, Robert. Since that time Robert has successfully seen 550 jobs through to completion and led the company to produce some of the most beautiful projects in our community. 

In addition to being a licensed General Contractor, Robert is also our Lead In-House Designer. Having a keen eye for design, the construction knowledge and the willingness to listen to each of his clients needs, and wants allows Robert to provide a design that will fit your style and give you the client education you need to pursue your dream project. 

In his spare time, Robert enjoys spending time with his wife, Laurie Kaye, and his children, Lucy Claire, Maggie and Marshall.

Certifications: General Contractor - Residential and Light Commercial, OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, EPA LEAD Renovation, Repair and Painting, IICRC, Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission Level 1A Certified Personnel

Rick McMillan

Project Manager

Along side his brother Robert, Rick spent most of his summers growing up working for his father here at R&R. It was during those summer that he knew he wanted to study construction engineering and one day come back and work for the family business.


Rick graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University in 2012 and upon graduating started working for a large commercial construction company in Atlanta called New South Construction. During his 6 year tenure Rick was the lead project manager on jobs that included work done at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, The Center For Puppetry Arts, Emory University, Tanner Medical and Dalton State University. 

Throughout his time at New South Construction, Rick was consistently dealing with time and budget constraints and was able to deliver a finish project on time and under budget on all the jobs he managed. Ricks specialties include: Custom Millwork, ground up construction and custom builds, high end finishes and general project management.

When Rick isn't busy scheduling or managing your job, he enjoys spending time with his wife Therese and his son Henry. 

Certifications: OSHA 30, NPDES, Rigging for Construction, Crane Signal Person Hand & Radio, Engineer in Training, Boom Lift & Rough Terrain Forklift, First Aid/CPR, Bloodborn Pathogen.


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