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Rutherfoord Occupies New Office Space at Libbie Mill - Midtown

Posted by   admin on    June 6, 2016

Rutherfoord_MMA_Logo_MMA_LLC_MMA_colors_.pngHENRICO CO., VA. -- Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC companies, locally known as Rutherfoord and KSPH, has moved into office space at Libbie Mill-Midtown, the largest revitalization project in Henrico County’s 400-year history.

Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord occupies approximately 30,000 square feet of office space in a two-story building at 4900 Libbie Mill East Boulevard near the community’s entrance on Staples Mill Road. Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord’s offices occupy space on the first and second floors of the structure. The company has consolidated its offices from downtown Richmond and Glen Allen, the location of KSPH, at Libbie Mill-Midtown.  KSPH is a Virginia-based employee benefits agency acquired by Marsh & McLennan Agency in 2012. More than 100 people will work in the new location.

Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord is pleased to be at Libbie Mill-Midtown. We believe that being here allows us to serve our clients better and to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness,” said John C. Stanchina, President and CEO, Marsh & McLennan Agency/Rutherfoord, Mid-Atlantic Region.

“Gumenick Properties welcomes Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord to Libbie Mill-Midtown. The community is growing, and Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord will play an important role in shaping its character. Already, Libbie Mill-Midtown is on its way to becoming a thriving neighborhood and regional destination,” said Wayne Chasen, Gumenick Properties’ president.

Marsh & McLennan Agency / Rutherfoord joins a growing list of organizations that have chosen Libbie Mill-Midtown as their home. These groups include: Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, the Henrico County Libbie Mill Library, Shagbark Restaurant and Gumenick Properties.

Libbie Mill--Midtown will be unique, existing as both a thriving local community and a regional destination. Its Midtown location is convenient to Richmond, western Henrico County and major roadways, including I-64 and I-95. A walkable, live-work-play community, Libbie Mill – Midtown is approved for up to 994 homes for sale and 1,096 apartments. Libbie Mill--Midtown also will have a total of approximately 200,000 square feet of commercial space. The neighborhood is estimated to take approximately 10 years to complete.


Founded in 1916, Rutherfoord has grown from its Virginia roots to one of the largest risk management and insurance brokerage firms in the United States (as part of Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC), with offices from Philadelphia to the Gulf Coast region and client operations in all 50 states. Rutherfoord provides exceptional expertise and service to a broad portfolio of clients in commercial insurance, risk management, surety bonding, employee benefits, International and personal insurance. Rutherfoord is a Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC company. Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC, a subsidiary of Marsh LLC, a global leader in insurance brokerage and risk management, was established in 2008 to meet the needs of midsize businesses in the U.S. Marsh & McLennan Agency operates independently from Marsh to offer commercial property, casualty, personal lines, and employee benefits to clients across the U.S. Learn more about Rutherfoord and Marsh & McLennan Agency at / 


Based in Henrico County, Gumenick Properties is an award-winning real estate development and management company with operations throughout the Southeast. Founded in the late 1940s, the company engages in two primary lines of business – apartment and commercial space development and community operations, and homebuilding. The company owns and operates investment properties in Florida and Virginia. In addition, the company currently is engaged actively in the creation of two new-home communities, Grayson Hill and Monument Square. Both are in Henrico County. Learn more about Gumenick Properties and Libbie Mill-Midtown at  and