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CALL: (919) 842-8191

817 New Bern Avenue, Suite 4
Raleigh, NC 27601

 

Commercial Construction And Renovations


Patterson Custom Builders is a Licensed Building Contractor in NC and can provide construction and renovation services for any type of building.

We would like an oppourtunity to provide a detailed estimate for your next project, please email plans and specifications to tony@pattersonbuilt.com or call (919)842-8191 to communicate with someone in our sales and estimating department regarding your project.

Currently we are seeking commercial work scopes including but not limited to: Retail, Restaurant/ Entertainment, Flex Space Upfits, Office Upfits, Warehouse Construction, Office Building Construction, Flex Space Construction, Retail Construction, Restuaraunt Construction.

WE OFFER DESIGN- BUILD SERVICES, LET US TAKE THE HEADACHE OUT OF YOUR PLANNING STAGES BY ALLOWING OUR TEAM TO PERFORM THE DESIGN, TENNATIVE SCHEDULE, AND BUDGET. THIS ALLOWS YOU TO FOCUS ON WHAT REALLY MATTERS- YOUR CONCEPT, YOUR PERSONAL DESIGN FEATURES, YOUR BUSINESS, AND THE IMPLEMENTION OF THE USE OF THE SPACE AFTER THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE IS COMPLETE.

WHAT OTHER BENIFITS DOES THE DESIGN-BUILD OFFER?

  • * NO ARCHITECT- CONTRACTOR PLAN DISPUTES!
  • * ONE STOP SHOP, NO NEED TO TALK TO 8 DIFFERENT PEOPLE ABOUT YOUR PROJECT, JUST ONE OR TWO AT THE MOST!
  • * ONE BILL, ONE VENDOR, LESS PAPERWORK. WE CAN ALSO HANDLE ANYTHING YOU NEED REGARDING THE PROPERTY, FROM RE-ZONING, TO SURVEYING, TO SITE IMPROVEMENT PLANS.

 

CONTRACT TYPES

We will bid your project in one lump sum from your designer's specifications and plans.
Lump sum bids are considered the traditional project delivery method. Construction and bid documents are provided by the client's design team for the contractor to calculate a lump sum bid. Generally, lump sum bids are submitted for government and other public projects, however they are very common in private sector construction projects as well.

Lump Sum Bid: A single entry amount to cover all labor, equipment, materials, services, overhead and profit for completing the construction of a variety of unspecified items of work without a cost breakdown.

Lump Sum Contract: A written contract between the client and contractor whereby the client agrees to pay the contractor a specified sum of money for completing a scope of work, in which will be indicated by us after reviewing the construction plans and documents, and once gained approval/ acceptance of our initial lump sum bid amount. *Any changes or additions under this contract type would be excuted with a contract change order.*

Cost-Plus Negotiated Fee: reimburses costs and pays the contractor a fee that is negotiated prior to signing the contract. Under a cost-plus negotiated fee contract, we will bill you for our costs, including both direct and indirect costs, plus a fixed negotiated fee. There is no need for a change order, as you are paying all the cost, plus a contractor fee. However, We will still do a itemized project estimate, in order to allow our customer to make educated decisions and approve a budget for the project, therefore allowing us to still efficiantly complete the project, without having multiple project delays or unexpected budget issues after progress payment request are submitted.

Design- Build Contract: We provide our clients with a typical lump sum price for the design services. (This is for the structure, not to include site work, surveying, or any specialty design- We will provide lump sum pricing for that as well, however those areas have alot of variables, and typically for the design on anything other than the building structure, we will provide you with a lump sum price range.) For the Build part of the design phase, we can provide LUMP SUM, or COST-PLUS contract options. The common contract method of the design-build projects is however, the COST-PLUS contract. This mainly because, once we have the design completed, most clients are eager to move forward, rather than having downtime to completly price out the plans. We do however still put together an itemized budget, during the plans approval stages. We are able to convert the contract type of the project still at this time if that is requested.