About Richardson Collision Center
Our facility is state of the art, meeting and exceeding all local, state, and federal requirements. It is our dedication that make us stand out though. We are so sure that your automobile will be fixed right the first time, that we give you a lifetime warranty on any repair or refinish. We are the best choice for Lubbock body repair.
Randy Richardson, Owner
Richardson Collision was started in 2008 by Randy Richardson who has been in the auto repair business for over 30 years. With a team of certified technicians, their combined experience exceeds 100 years of auto body repair, glass replacement, and dent removal.
Ray Travenia, Shop Foreman
Ray Travenia has been a part of the Richardson team since the opening of our doors and has been in the Autobody repair business for 11 years. Ray attended school for upholstery and dent repair in 2005. Currently Ray serves as RCC’s Sand and Buff Specialist and is the Shop Foreman.
Richardson Going Green
We are striving toward going green with any and all new technology available to the collision industry. We only use water based paint that is more Eco-friendly and provides an unbelievable finish. There are many states that have made it mandatory to use this type of paint including California and New Mexico. Other states are attempting to follow suit to help with the environment.
With car manufacturers using more aluminum on their vehicles, we are raising the bar to adapt to that procedure as it also is Eco-friendly. Through readings that have been published, the U.S.A. is attempting to follow other countries that make it mandatory for car manufactures to have a certain percentage of a vehicle to be completely recyclable. Europe is the first to tackle this feet and has made it mandatory for all new auto's to be 85% recyclable. The US has set the bar for all domestic's to be 80% recyclable by 2015. We remain the only body shop in Lubbock that has a dedicated facility to working with aluminum. Using the right tools and equipment will help prevent costly repairs in the future.