RALEIGH, N.C. – Rufty-Peedin Design Builders today announced the addition of Jeremy Donaldson as superintendent. Donaldson has over 15 years of experience in residential, commercial, hospital, and military construction, and holds a dual-degree in construction management and urban regional planning from East Carolina University.
“Jeremy comes to us with well-rounded experience in the commercial design-build industry. His experience enables him to understand every role on our jobsites and communicate timely details, serving as a valuable leader for our clients’ projects,” said Steven Peedin, co-founder and president of Rufty-Peedin Design Builders.
Rufty-Peedin is a commerical contractor specializing in design-build, comprehensively managing all phases of the building process including: pre-construction site feasibility, working with local municipalities, managing cost modeling and design all the way through building completion. Find out more about Jeremy in the Triangle Business Journal.
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Read the latest on our renovation project in partnership with developer Michael Sandman and restaurant magnate Gary Bryant.
Along with our friends at New City Design, we're helping to reconstruct space for a new 240-seat casual restaurant set to open in the former Varsity Theater on Hillsborough St. The News & Observer's Andrea Weigl touches on its history and sheds light on the forthcoming menu. Also this week, the Triangle Business Journal covered this high-profile renovation project.
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In Monday's Raleigh Public Record, editor James Borden took a peek into the history of the Varsity Theater on Hillsborough St. We're excited to help Gary Bryant and his team bring new life to this beauty across the street from NC State. Read the full article over at the Raleigh Public Record. Read More >>>