Meet the Crew

Neil Patterson
Owner

With 28 years of construction experience, Neil founded Revitalize Construction after moving to Helena in 2006.  A certified green builder from the Green Builder College, Neil hopes to make the world a better place one home or remodel at a time.

At the age of 24, he became crew foreman for Neergaard Homes, Inc. where he was involved in the construction of more than 50 custom homes. He started his first construction business in Durango, Colorado, in 2002, providing construction management for a multi-million dollar town home project. He began remodeling homes in 2004 and found the unique challenges of working on old homes a rewarding way to marry his entrepreneurial spirit with his skills as a carpenter.

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Matt Oppedahl
Carpenter

Matthieu Oppedahl is a native Helenan with diverse interests, a colorful past, and a strong penchant for reggae and ska music. He graduated from Carroll College with a B.A. in Philosophy and French and is currently pursuing a Special Education or Elementary teacher position. His professional capacities have led him through various positions: lead installer of telephony back-up power equipment, adjunct professor, store owner and operator, and currently a jack-of-all-trades at Revitalize since 2010. He and his wife, Amy VanDam, have two children, Hugo and Louise, and a Newfoundland; the whole family recently spent a year in the French side of the Basque region.

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Kim Patterson
Vice President Finance and Marketing

Born and raised in Great Falls, Kim moved back to Montana from Colorado with Neil in 2006. She has a degree in communications with emphases in journalism and public relations. In 2013, she brought her experience in non-profit communications and fundraising to the private business of construction. 

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Mike Barrow
Carpenter

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Zach Singleton
Carpenter

Zach first became interested in carpentry his freshman year in high school, and he took part in the carpentry classes offered at Helena High School. He joined Youthbuild, a program through Career Training Institute which works with Habitat for Humanity. His skills and work ethic led him to being hired by Habitat for Humanity, and when funding for his position at Habitat dried up in 2019, Zach joined the Revitalize crew.