Professional References



February 3, 2017

To Whom It May Concern:

It is a genuine pleasure and honor for me to recommend Mr. Neil Fitcher. In my capacity as national procurement manager at Cortland Parners, I have worked closely with Mr. Neil Fitcher from June 2013 to Present.

Mr. Neil Fitcher, has successfully shown to be a reputable experience contractor that takes personal pride within his ability to not only perform well and listen to his clients concerns, but one that ensures the utmost attention with crucial necessary steps in foreseeing solutions, and/or suggestions in resolving any issues that may arrive.

As an Owner/Developer of large multi-million dollar projects (Student Housing & Apartment Complexes), it’s extremely critical that we establish relationship with only experience and knowledgeable contractors that take the extra effort in assuring a successful development. DuroBuild to continue a long-terms working relationship.

It is with great confidence, now that we are in the final stage of successfully completing our multi-million dollar Student Housing & Apartment Complex in Atlanta, GA with DuroBuild, LLC (Mr. Neil Fitcher); it is with full complete assurance, knowing that DuroBuild will be an integral part of our construction/development team, which is currently in the beginning stage of our next multi-million dollar project.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Sincerely yours,

Curtis White
Cortland Partners
Direct : 678-283-3605


RichSmith Communities

To whom it may concern,

Neil Fitcher worked for me as an assistant superintendent from 2010-2013 with Ridge Construction. During this time, Neil assisted in overseeing the everyday workings of multi family construction. This included job startup to final punch list completion. Neil worked directly with local municipalities in regards to coordinating and scheduling work. He worked directly with architects and engineers to ensure accuracy of work in place as well as with city inspectors for building code compliance. His duties included multiple site inspections such as storm water runoff inspections, safety inspections for OSHA standards, quality control inspections, and inspections for percentage of work in place for schedule updates and pay applications. Neil assisted in coordination meetings, scheduling, and coordinating labor. Neil also was involved in material take offs; ordering,coordinating delivery and handling of that material. He was exposed to all facets of construction and on a normal basis performed much of that work. This would include such things as layout, equipment operation, bending and tying of rebar, forming, pouring and finishing concrete, framing, roofing, door and window installation, as well as multiple exterior finishes. He hung and finished sheetrock, cabinetry, and trim carpentry. There were not too many things he was not “hands on” involved with other than electrical, plumbing, HVAC and fire protection. Though he was not “hands on” with these other trades, he became well versed in them through his normal everyday duties and responsibilities. During the years of Neil’s employment, I found him to be hard worker who was dependable, reliable, knowledgeable, as well as extremely teachable. I found Neil to be an honest man who took pride in whatever he did and demonstrated integrity on a regular basis. He was a valued employee and an asset to much of my success. He earned my respect not only for his work performance but for the personal individual he was.


Leslie McCutchen
RichSmith Communities
125 Homestead Rd
Hot Springs, Ar. 71913