Bordeaux Construction Company Team

Company History

Bordeaux Construction Company is a family-owned business founded in 1978 with our home office located in Durham, North Carolina. The company has a large experienced staff of professionals committed to construction projects over the eastern half of North Carolina. Throughout the history of Bordeaux Construction, it has developed significant client relationships involving educational projects, including the Durham Public Schools System, Granville County Schools, Wake Public Schools, New Hanover County Schools, Harnett County Schools, Wayne County Schools, Guilford County Schools, Durham Technical Community College, North Carolina Central University and North Carolina State University.

The company has grown from a modest beginning to include annual sales exceeding $30 million dollars with a large focus on educational and correction projects.

The mission of Bordeaux Construction is to provide customer satisfaction through quality construction delivered on time and within budget. The company strongly endorses a team building approach to actively recruit the Owner, Architect and Contractor relationships to ensure successful construction delivery.

Minority Business Statement

Bordeaux Construction Company upholds an aggressive commitment towards the recruitment of Minority & Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) and Socially Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (SDBE) on all of our projects. We feel strongly that value and quality are the most important values that we look for and demand of our subcontractors and materials suppliers. We actively pursue these qualities regardless of race, national origin, or gender.

We actively solicit and assist MWBE firms in obtaining access to plans free of charge through our online plan room. In addition, we partner with MWBE firms to break trades into economically feasible packages to increase participation, work with minority trade, community, and contractor organizations, and provide quick pay agreements and policies on a case by case basis.