Hoke County Building A Multi-Use Space with a Purpose

Hoke County Building: A Multi-Use Space with a Purpose

When Bobbitt broke ground on the Hoke County Agricultural Building back in September 2019, we knew we were creating a space that would benefit the Hoke County community in multiple ways. The county chose Bobbitt to execute the design and construction when they decided to replace outdated facilities. The county

Charter Schools: Designing a Space for Optimal Learning

Charter Schools: Designing a Space for Optimal Learning

Charter schools continue to grow around the country as they offer an alternative to the traditional government-run public schools students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Unlike traditional public schools, charter schools have the ability to design and build their own facilities according to their unique set of needs. This gives

Virtual Reality in Construction

Virtual Reality in Construction

When many people think of virtual reality (VR) they imagine someone wearing a headset, unusual hand controls, while moving awkwardly to play video games. For the most part, VR is thought of as a novelty only used for entertainment. However, the technology of virtual reality is becoming a game-changer for

The-Value-of-Professional-Interior-Design

The Value of Professional Interior Design

Interior design is powerful – and just as important for a commercial space as it is for your residence. Quality design can evoke emotions to promote healing and wellness for workers and visitors. It can be playful or relaxing, and it can create the perfect work environment with focus and

The Growing Popularity of Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings

The popularity of pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMB) in commercial construction has continued to grow over the past decade. Because of the energy and cost efficiencies of PEMBs, building owners can expand faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.

Revisiting ‘Green Building’ for Fire Stations

Revisiting ‘Green Building’ for Fire Stations

Bobbitt article published in the Carolina Fire-Rescue-EMS Journal While "green building" may not be a new concept, the value of sustainability has become more of a focus in the construction industry over the past decade. Key considerations, such as preserving natural resources, improving the quality of life for building occupants and

Safety is a Team Effort

Safety is a Team Effort

Regardless of what type of construction site you visit or what the project entails, there are always potential hazards to be found. Construction workers understand that it is part of the job; however, even a minor accident can result in extensive injury to workers or damage to property. Luckily, when business

The Top Construction Trends for 2020

The Top Construction Trends for 2020

The new year is upon us, and with it comes a chance for innovation and change. Every year brings new building design and construction trends to watch for, and this year is no exception. Awareness of these advancements will ensure your building project is fresh and exciting, while also being

2018 Project Delivery Performance Report

New Study: Design-Build Can Cut Project Delivery Time in Half

Twenty years ago, the Construction Industry Institute (CII) published a report titled “A Comparison of U.S. Project Delivery Systems.” This report evaluated the performance of design-bid-build (DBB), construction manager at risk (CMR) and design-build (DB) projects. The analysis revealed that design-build projects outperformed both construction manager at risk and design-bid-build

Lease vs. Buy vs. Build: What’s the Best Option for my Business?

My business is growing, and I need more (or different) space. Should I lease, buy or build to keep pace with our facility needs? In an expanding economy, company CEOs and small business owners alike often find themselves asking this question. Start by exploring the advantages and disadvantages of each