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Constructing City-owned Buildings


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Construction Management plans, designs, and constructs City-owned buildings. Our goal is to meet the growing needs of Raleigh residents and to make sure we have everything we need in our buildings to provide excellent services to the community.

Project Types

  • Buildings - transit, performing arts, fire, police, and other government services
  • Parking decks
  • Roof replacements
  • Streetscapes

Repairs & Improvements

City-owned Parking Decks
We repaired parking decks at Moore Square, Raleigh Municipal Building, and Raleigh Convention Center. We also installed a new fire hydrant and replaced the pipe for the fire prevention system at the Raleigh Municipal Building parking deck. 

Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts
We upgraded the elevator at Meymandi Concert Hall. Right now, we're updating the fire sprinkler system at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.

GoRaleigh Park & Ride
We're adding a new park and ride at Bus Way and Poole Road (near Fire Station 12). The park and ride will have 200 spaces. We are getting ready to select a construction contractor and begin the construction phase. Work is expected to start in October and last about a year. 

Raleigh Convention Center
We're reviewing and testing building systems to reduce long-term energy costs. (Complete spring 2021)

Raleigh Union Station
We are adding an escalator to the platform at Raleigh Union Station. The escalator will provide more convenient access to the platform for travelers. The design for the escalator is complete. We are finalizing the construction contract and expect to start the install in October. Work will last about a year. 

Underpass Lighting
We're adding lights at five road underpasses in Raleigh.

Contact

 

919-996-5575
EngineeringServicesInfo@Raleighnc.gov

One Exchange Plaza, Ste. 801
Raleigh, NC 27601

Division Manager
Priscilla Tyree Williams, PE

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

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