Statement from GCH – Formerly Known as Grant’s Custom Homes LLC
August 1, 2023
The leadership team of GCH, formerly Grant’s Custom Homes, led by Matt McCauley, announced today the company’s intent to wind up all building operations and liquidate company assets for the purpose of settling outstanding commitments.
Although this process will take a substantial amount of time to complete, as some construction is still in progress, the necessary steps will begin immediately with the company’s official closure for additional business on August 25th, 2023.
GCH cited many factors have caused this turn of events, including substantial inflation, interest rates that increased over 2000% in recent months, the companies fixed price contracts, along with significant tightening in bank lending. GCH believes that an orderly wind up of operations and a liquidation of company assets is the best path forward to fulfill its current commitments. The company’s plan includes repayment of applicable customer deposits, outstanding accounts payables, and other financial obligations.
The executive team of GCH will continue working diligently with the firms listed below for however long it takes to complete the successful wind-up process in an effort to settle obligations.
For any financial related matters, GCH is represented by Evans & Mullinix P.C. For any financial related matters and/or concerns, please contact them at the numbers listed below.
Evans & Mullinix P.C.
C/O Colin Gotham
7225 Renner Road, Suite 200
Shawnee, KS 66217
Phone: (913) 962-8700
Direct: (913) 890-7005
Fax: (913) 962-8701
For all non-financial matters, GCH is represented by the law firm Oswald Rew LLC., and encourages you to contact them directly at the information below for any other related matters.
William Dauster – Attorney
601 NW Jefferson Street, Post Office Box 550
Blue Springs, Missouri 64013-0550
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In closing, Matt McCauley states he is very sorry for any pain this process has or will cause, however he remains steadfast to ensure the plan as stated herein will allow GCH to fulfill its commitments to all people, companies, or other organizations.
Furthermore, original founder Scott Grant says he is saddened by the decision to wind up GCH but understands the economic atmosphere and hardship it has caused. Scott went on to say that although he stepped away from the daily operations in early 2023 as Matt took the reins, he personally will be monitoring the wind-up process and will be taking an active role to ensure a successful end to GCH.