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  • F
    CDM Construction
    Signed contract on October 24, 2017, for a total amount of $60,000.00 with CDM Construction. Breaking of Contract- Per the contract that was supplied by CDM Construction and signed by us, the entirety of the project should have been completed in 100 days. CDM Construction did not list in the contract that they would need any additional time related to weather delays. Only counting Monday through Friday and dismissing the following holidays (Election Day, Veteran���s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year���s Day, Martin Luther King Day, & President���s Day) the date of project completion should have been March 21st. As of today, this project is still not complete. (200+ (twice the contract time length) days total and counting) Signed contract for $60,000.00. Total paid to CDM construction to date: $74,475.00. Amount paid to date to other contractors to finish portions of CDM���s work or repair damages caused by CDM to date: $8,655.00. Costs still associated that have not been finalized including materials and labor: grading, additional concrete to complete concrete pour, floor & tile repair, demo, & carpentry to fix incorrect buildout of interior floor height. Total amount over CDM estimate $21,130.00 or 38% over estimate with a number that will continue to grow as all repairs are finalized. Craftsmanship - -related to height of the floor/interior buildout. This lead to additional concrete (a solution invented by CDM Construction) needing poured outside which still didn���t fix the issue and only served to drive up the cost. From an operations standpoint, we are significantly higher than the guests we are serving. It was not built according to the plans submitted by a licensed architect that were stamped and approved by Warren County Building & Zoning Department, nor was this architect consulted during the buildout. -the floor installed this year has bubbled up in 5 different spots. This lead to damaging of the floor in multiple spots as well. The entire floor will need replaced less than 6 months after install. -electricity and lights needed to be fixed from CDM Construction rewiring building. 5 ballasts went from working in October of 2017 to not working in the spring of 2018. -CDM Construction twice refrained from properly using plastic draping that lead to dust, debris, and dirt covering portions of the property that were not associated with the buildout. Entire cleanup was performed by our staff, on both occasions, and additional dust lead to damages to a refrigeration unit. Other matters pertinent to our grievance: - The only work done in first month after contract signing included taking down a tree on 11/3/17; next site work was not performed until 11/30/17. This pushed an entire month of production further into winter. - December conversation with Mac Robinson III, owner/representative of CDM Construction, saying he needed additional money for concrete pour. This was off-schedule and not outlined in the contract. Mr. Robinson positioned to us as, ���the concrete company needs a down payment��� in order to proceed with the project. Payment of $16,000.00 was made on 12/15/2017. Concrete would not be poured until 3/15/18 and after an additional downpayment that was necessary to the concrete company (due to the need for more concrete, because the interior buildout was done incorrectly (See Above)) - Met with Mr. Robinson on 3/9/18 to go over work to date and work still to be done at that time. We took on additional parts of the project and have had other contractors we were ready to work with move on from project waiting for CDM Construction to complete portions necessary before their work could be started. - Numerous days/weeks where zero activity was present in the middle of project timeline not related to weather or supplies. Regular delays in project related employees of CDM Construction being in Florida & Texas. - Have one 4��� x 10��� (size approximate) portion of concrete still to pour, along with final site clean-up, and demanded additional money to finish the job even with the overages that are listed above. - Dates and deadlines, self-appointed by Mac Robinson III, listed in text messages, in-person conversations, and phone calls would come and go, rarely with an explanation. - Numerous times during our working relationship with Mr. Robinson he displayed a lack of organizational abilities necessary for budget keeping, accounting, and management. He has been unable to provide full receipts for materials and timecards for his employees. Another example is he was caught attempting to overbill us for the project by $3000.00 and $2000.00 when a clear payment was presented to him via text messages on 7/27 and 7/31, respectively. -Sub-contractor hired by Mr. Robinson contacted us directly, threatening to put a lien on our business. He had not been paid for his portion of the work and was told by Mr. Robinson that our portion of the payment was delinquent and was still owed to him (which was false, as Mr. Robinson had been promptly paid). - Contact with Mac Robinson III and other members of CDM Construction was hard, even impossible at times. Many phone calls and texts would go unreturned or returned numerous weekdays later while the project was at a standstill.
    - Joe F.
  • F
    CDM Construction
    Signed contract on October 24, 2017, for a total amount of $60,000.00 with CDM Construction. Breaking of Contract- Per the contract that was supplied by CDM Construction and signed by us, the entirety of the project should have been completed in 100 days. CDM Construction did not list in the contract that they would need any additional time related to weather delays. Only counting Monday through Friday and dismissing the following holidays (Election Day, Veteran���s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year���s Day, Martin Luther King Day, & President���s Day) the date of project completion should have been March 21st. As of today, this project is still not complete. (200+ (twice the contract time length) days total and counting) Signed contract for $60,000.00. Total paid to CDM construction to date: $74,475.00. Amount paid to date to other contractors to to finish portions of CDM���s work or repair damages caused by CDM to date: $8,655.00. Costs still associated that have not been finalized including materials and labor: grading, additional concrete to complete concrete pour, floor & tile repair, demo, & carpentry to fix incorrect buildout of interior floor height. Total amount over CDM estimate $21,130.00 or 38% over estimate with a number that will continue to grow as all repairs are finalized. Craftsmanship - -related to height of the floor/interior buildout. This lead to additional concrete (a solution invented by CDM Construction) needing poured outside which still didn���t fix the issue and only served to drive up the cost. From an operations standpoint, we are significantly higher than the guests we are serving. It was not built according to the plans submitted by a licensed architect that were stamped and approved by Warren County Building & Zoning Department, nor was this architect consulted during the buildout. -the floor installed in January of this year has bubbled up in 5 different spots. This lead to damaging of the floor in multiple spots as well. The entire floor will need replaced less than 6 months after install. -electricity and lights needed to be fixed from CDM Construction rewiring building. 5 ballasts went from working in October of 2017 to not working in the spring of 2018. -CDM Construction twice refrained from properly using plastic draping that lead to dust, debris, and dirt covering portions of the property that were not associated with the buildout. Entire cleanup was performed by our staff, on both occasions, and additional dust lead to damages to a refrigeration unit. Other matters pertinent to our grievance: - The only work done in first month after contract signing included taking down a tree on 11/3/17; next site work was not performed until 11/30/17. This pushed an entire month of production further into winter. - December conversation with Mac Robinson III, owner/representative of CDM Construction, saying he needed additional money for concrete pour. This was off-schedule and not outlined in the contract. Mr. Robinson positioned to us as, ���the concrete company needs a down payment��� in order to proceed with the project. Payment of $16,000.00 was made on 12/15/2017. Concrete would not be poured until 3/15/18 and after an additional downpayment that was necessary to the concrete company (due to the need for more concrete, because the interior buildout was done incorrectly (See Above)) - Met with Mr. Robinson on 3/9/18 to go over work to date and work still to be done at that time. We took on additional parts of the project and have had other contractors we were ready to work with move on from project waiting for CDM Construction to complete portions necessary before their work could be started. - Numerous days/weeks where zero activity was present in the middle of project timeline not related to weather or supplies. Regular delays in project related employees of CDM Construction being in Florida & Texas. - Have one 4��� x 10��� (size approximate) portion of concrete still to pour, along with final site clean-up, and demanded additional money to finish the job even with the overages that are listed above. - Dates and deadlines, self-appointed by Mac Robinson III, listed in text messages, in-person conversations, and phone calls would come and go, rarely with an explanation. - Numerous times during our working relationship with Mr. Robinson he displayed a lack of organizational abilities necessary for budget keeping, accounting, and management. He has been unable to provide full receipts for materials and timecards for his employees. Another example was he was caught attempting to overbill us for the project by $3000.00 and $2000.00 when a clear payment was presented to him via text messages on 7/27 and 7/31, respectively. -Sub-contractor hired by Mr. Robinson contacted us directly, threatening to put a lien on our business. He had not been paid for his portion of the work and was told by Mr. Robinson that our portion of the payment was delinquent and was still owed to him (which was false, as Mr. Robinson had been promptly paid). - Contact with Mac Robinson III and other members of CDM Construction was hard, even impossible at times. Many phone calls and texts would go unreturned or returned numerous weekdays later while the project was at a standstill.
    - Joe F.
  • B
    Pioneer Construction & Concrete LLC
    They showed up early the first morning and worked quickly through the two days to get the job completed. The only issue with the work was remnants of concrete left in my yard where the workers had cleaned some of their tools.
    - Stephanie B.
  • B
    Cincinnati Concrete Solutions
    Overall very pleased with our patio. Crew arrived on time and worked hard throughout the whole job. We did experience a problem with new window wells installed outside the old rusty ones, instead of removing and replacing. Voiced concerns at 2PM and was promised it would be handled. Foreman called at 9PM night before patio is to be poured saying it would be extra $500 to tear out old ones, and that it would require rescheduling concrete pour 2-3 weeks out due to cement truck scheduling. We compromised on them installing new window wells inside the old ones - which don't fully cover the old ones. So not as professional finish as I expected.
    - Paul R.
  • A
    O'Leary Concrete Company LLC
    The whole process from start to finish with Kevin and his crew was great! They are extremely professional, great at communication and delivered exactly what we talked about. This project was the foundation to a much larger project. There were specifics on placement, design, drainage angles, where to pour footings for a pavilion that is now being installed and what colors go where. A lot of moving parts. They built the forms on-site, custom to our project. We personally verified each measurement and angle before they poured. The entire O'Leary crew worked with us and the other professionals involved, as a team. And as a bonus, we have had warm weather in February and this part of the project was able to be completed ahead of schedule. This is actually the second time we have worked with Kevin and his crew. They are by far, one of the most professional crews we have ever worked with. Highly recommend!
    - Emily S.
  • A
    A-1 Concrete Leveling Cincinnati
    Ryan and Harold came out today and adjusted several different sections of our sidewalk. The worst section had rotated so that it was off by 2" with one side being 1 inch high and the other an inch low. I wondered how they would get the high part down since they are doing "jacking." They don't. They raise everything up to the high point but the good news is you can't tell that it is higher than the rest when they are done. Great job guys! They are very professional and also cleaned up after themselves. I would definitely recommend them. Clay did the estimate and Bridgette works the phone and they were very good too.
    - Kenneth S.
  • D
    Outdoor Design Build LLC
    At David's suggestion, we first worked with Gayle Frazer to design our backyard makeover. Gayle did a phenomenal job incorporating our goals with the design, which we were then able to bid to various companies. Initially David was most professional, responsive & competitive so we chose him to bring it to life. We were a little apprehensive as he was a general contractor but thought maybe that was best to bring in all the various expertise we needed to do the job.
    Similar to other posts, the start & finish timings promised were aggressive & unrealistic. As for the various expertise we needed, David basically hired one guy to do all the work. The custom deck design was engineered on the fly & with the Home Depot deck building kiosk, resulting in a deck that looks like it was built by an amateur-deck rails & slats don't line up, footers stuck out past the footprint, posts come together at weird angles, gaps where there shouldn't be, lattice not well secured, wood was split all over before construction even complete. Not a quality job at all (I intentionally didn't provide a review at first for fear I couldn't be constructive but 2 years later, we are still pretty unhappy if we look closely at our deck).
    The pavers that outline the gravel patio were ok but already not level. Some attention to detail lacking there too but mostly because the job was so rushed at the end due to poor planning on the deck. We had to demand expansion joints be added to the concrete patio after the fact.
    And the final straw that warranted the overall D rating: my highly unprofessional argument with David at the end of the already disappointing job about the $15 cost he credited me after not planting one of our $50 line itemized annuals. I'll also mention David was fairly confrontational as we were voicing concerns & frustrations throughout the build, not the customer service oriented attitude I'd have expected.

    - Susan W.
  • A
    O'Leary Concrete Company LLC
    Kevin has been very responsive from the first time I reached out to get a quote through the entire project.  He kept us informed of how the project would go, and kept us updated due to weather as the project got started until completion.  Kevin and his crew were very friendly, worked great together and completed the job as described and planned.  The patio looks great, and we're glad we did it over a large deck.  We would recommend them to anyone looking for concrete work.
    - Christopher P.
  • B
    Walkers Concrete
    Looked good for a few months, but the concrete over the 2 repaired cracks began to pop up. The following summer they came to re- patch, but the repaired cracks showed badly through the overlay. I would not recommend an overlay as it does not hold up


    - Simmie A.
  • F
    Mini Mix
    It was a horrible experience.  The delivery was three hours late which was frustrating because I was paying several people to lay the cement upon arrival.  Furthermore, the lady in the office was very rude when I called about the issue, and she even canceled my order after we had an altercation on the phone.  Ultimately, I had to have my son reconcile the issues because I was so upset at how the company had handled the situation.
    - Brenda G.
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