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Construction Services

“Thanks for the positive feedback Tina.  It’s very true that we rarely get praise on the construction side; we usually only hear about the complaints or issues and spend time mending  relationships.  We receive excellent service from RJ Leeper we’re fortunate to have them working around you and your patients.”

R.J. Leeper is a general contractor and construction firm licensed to supervise, oversee and manage all parts of a building project for a Client/Owner. One of the most vital signs of a healthy and successful construction firm is its unwavering dedication to value-driven principles and practices such as integrity, strong team work, and sincere care for the customer.  As we employ these values, our aim is to build a relationship with the client and deliver an excellent product.

The main strength of our company lies within its network of highly experienced professionals that form the backbone of R.J. Leeper Construction, LLC.  The depth of our knowledge and construction experience positions us to easily understand the true costs of mobilization and project recovery, as well as present value estimation of any project.

Our number one goal is safety!  While we purpose to finish “on time” and “on budget,” our objective is to have all workers return home safely each day.  Our field and support staff are trained to anticipate potential safety issues and proactively communicate hazards to our subcontractors. We require our site staff and subcontractors to submit documentation of these efforts, including:

  • Daily reports with anticipated safety hazards identified with a corresponding solution/action plan

  • Weekly training with “tool box talks”

  • Daily jobsite clean-up

  • Inclusion of safety standard requirements (hard hat, safety glasses, vest, etc.) in subcontracts

  • Proof of OSHA 30 level safety training for site supervision

  • Incentive programs that emphasizes job safety

The RJLC team has built a quality control process that creates accountability between our field staff and subcontractors. Here are a few examples of our methods to manage quality control:

  • Identification of quality issues and solutions to building quality issues during the pre-construction phase

  • Consultation with third party vendors to train project managers and superintendent of the best waterproofing practices

  • Internal inspection of various waterproofing conditions and water testing of the building envelope

  • Documentation and photographing of envelope construction to ensure accountability

David Honeywell, Project Manager, Facilities Management Group at Carolinas HealthCare