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ED LIPSKY

EDUCATION
1965-1969
BS Electrical Engineering
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC

BUSINESS AFFILIATIONS
April 1997 - Present
Founder and president, Rehab Builders, Inc.

1983 - Present
Ed Lipsky Ventures
Developed, built and manages mixed-use (residential and commercial) properties in downtown Greensboro, NC. Extensive rehabilitation experience. (Partial list of projects below.)

1978 - 1983
Weaver Construction Company
Vice-President / Project Manager, 1983-1997
Overall construction management responsibility of three to eight projects at a given time. (Partial list of projects below.)
Superintendent, 1978-1983, overall construction responsibility at the site level.

1971 - 1978
J.W. Bateson Construction Co., Estimator, Project Engineer

1965 - 1971
United States Army
First Lieutenant, Field Artillery; Executive Officer, Battery Commander: Vietnam

PERSONAL / AWARDS

  • Registered Civil P.E. in North Carolina
  • Licensed General Contractor
  • Deacon in Presbyterian Church
  • Youth soccer & basketball coach
  • Father of four children


PARTIAL LIST OF PROJECTS
(while vice president/project manager of Weaver Construction)

1996

  • Ferguson-Williams, Abbeville, S.C.
    21-unit apartment complex; $1.2 million budget. (Rehab of old hospital.)
    Architect: Jackie Martin
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson
  • Mattamuskeet Village
    20-unit apartment complex; $800,000 budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: Arthur Coggswell
  • Cedar Grove
    20-unit apartment complex; $820,000 budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: J. Martin
    Owner: Housing Opportunities
  • Club Cottages: Chapel Hill, N.C .
    6 rental cottages, $2,750,000 budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: F.W.A. Group
    Owners: Governors Club

1995

  • Vance Villas: Chapel Hill, N.C.
    10-unit complex, $2.7 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: F.W.A. Group
    Owner: Governors Club
  • Old North State Club: Uwarrie Point, N.C.
    Clubhouse, $2.9 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: Small / Kane
    Owner: East-West Partners

1994

  • Governors Clubhouse: Chapel Hill, N.C.
    Clubhouse, $4.9 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: F.W.A. Group
    Owner: Governors Club
  • R.H.S. Apartments: Reidsville, N.C.
    53-unit apartment complex; $2.3 million budget. (Rehab of 80-year-old high school.)
    Architect: J. Martin
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson
  • Skyline Manor: Glasgow, Va.
    34-unit apartment complex; $1.3 million budget. (Rehab of 80-year-old high school.)
    Architect: J. Martin
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson

1993

  • Wellsprings: Greensboro, N.C.
    130-unit retirement complex; $10 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: J. Hyatt Hammond
    Owner: Wellsprings

1992

  • Laurel Bay Housing: Beaufort, S.C.
    373-unit complex; $9 million budget. (Rehab of 40-year-old old houses.)
    Architect: Lucas Stubbs
    Owner: U.S. Navy
  • Gary Brown Building: Greensboro
    Office building; $1.2million budget. (New constructionówon national award.)
    Architect: Moser, Mayer, Phoenix
    Owner: Gary Brown

1991

  • Drummers Home: Sparta, Ga.
    25-unit apartment complex; $1.8 million budget. (Rehab of 100-year-old hotel.)
    Architect: J. Martin
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson

1990

  • Jaycee Building: Greensboro, N.C.
    Office building; $725,000 budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: J. Hyatt Hammond
    Owner: Jaycees.
  • L.H.S. Apartments, Lenoir, N.C.
    44-unit apartment complex and auditorium; $2.2 million budget. (Rehab of 75-year-old high school.)
    Architect: Don Tice
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson
  • Indian Housing: Robeson, Hoke and Cumberland counties, N.C.
    120-unit apartment complex; $5 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: Tomberlin Associates
    Owner: N.C. State Indian Housing Authority

1989

  • Howard Johbson Hotel: Burlington, N.C.
    Hotel; $2.9 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: Wilson & Lysiak
    Owner: Burlington Ho Jo Association

1988

  • E.A.Swain: Edenton, N.C.
    38-unit apartment complex and auditorium; $1.9 million budget. (Rehab of 75-year-old high school.)
    Architect: A. Coggswell
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson
  • Stadler Place: Greensboro, N.C.
    280-unit apartment complex; $10 million budget. (New construction.)
    Architect: Newman Bower
    Owner: Brown Investment
  • Gilbarco Company: Greensboro, N.C.
    Rehab and addition; $2 million budget. (Rehab of 40-year-old manufacturing plant.)
    Architect: RS & H of N.C.
    Owner: Gilbarco Company

1987

  • Richland Properties: Raleigh, N.C.
    110-unit condo and apartment complex; $5.5 million. (New construction.)
    Architect: CHR Associates
    Owner: Durham Life

1986

  • The Belvedere: Reidsville, N.C.
    34-unit apartment complex; $1.3 million budget. (Rehab of 80-year-old hotel.)
    Architect: Macrae Bell
    Owner: DeWayne Anderson

PARTIAL LIST OF ED LIPSKY VENTURES

  • 331-333 South Davie Street: Greensboro, N.C.; 1995
    Mixed-use: three 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 2-level units; one 2-bedroom, 2-bath flat; one 1-bedroom flat; 3,000 square feet of commercial space; $250,000 budget. (Rehab of 100-year-old old building.)
    Architect: Ed Lipsky
    Owner: Ed Lipsky
  • 250-260 Summit Avenue: Greensboro, N.C.; 1989
    Mixed-use: nine apartments, 3,000 square feet of commercial space; $200,000 budget. (Rehab of 100-year-old old building.)
    Architect: Ed Lipsky
    Owner: Ed Lipsky
  • Historic Farm House: Roaring Gap, N.C.; 1982
    Rehab of 100-year-old farm house; $30,000 budget.
    Architect: Ed Lipsky
    Owner: Ed Lipsky
   


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