At KLM Building Corporation, we pride ourselves on building quality homes that enhance the lives of individuals and families within the Richmond area. As a third-generation homebuilder, KLM Building Corporation knows what it takes to build a quality home and turn homeowners’ dreams into a reality!
Reed Kellam, a native of Richmond, Virginia has grown up in a family of custom homebuilders in the Richmond area. Reed has a unique perspective with both his parents and grandparents involved in the home building industry.
This history of homebuilding in Reed’s family all starts with Reed’s grandfather, Willie Goode, who is a long-time homebuilder and developer in the Richmond area for close to fifty years. This passion was passed on to Willie’s daughter, Sarah Kellam, who in 2012 was named the first female president of the Richmond Homebuilding Association. Sarah and her husband Tom Kellam, Reed’s parents, have continued this tradition of building custom homes in the Richmond area and in neighborhoods such as Tarrington, Founders Bridge and Tuckahoe Creek. As third-generation homebuilder, Reed has seen the dedication and commitment it takes to deliver a custom home and helping turn homeowners’ dreams into reality.
This tradition and proud family history of homebuilding is only part of Reed Kellam’s journey. Ever since a young age Reed has also had a passion for playing football. After attending Collegiate School and playing football, Reed continued his football career at the University of Virginia. Reed was a member of the University of Virginia Football Team from 2015-2019 and was a part of the 2019 ACC Coastal Championship team. Starting out as a walk on player, through hard work and dedication Reed earned a scholarship and went on to appear in 40 career games for the Cavaliers and was a part of teams that went to the Military, Belk and Orange Bowl.
During Reed’s time in Charlottesville, he was also an active member of the community through the football programs Thursday’s Hero program as well as visiting the local children’s hospital.