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Green Square Parking Deck in Raleigh, North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

The Green Square Parking Deck is a nine-level parking structure that is an integral part of the redevelopment of a full city block in the downtown government complex of Raleigh, NC. The development includes the parking deck, a museum, and an office building. The deck was designed to accommodate 900 parking spaces for visitors and employees of the State of North Carolina.

Image Courtesy Jonathan Hillyer

  • Architect: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project:  Green Square Parking Deck
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina 
  • Design Team: H. Clymer Cease, AIA, LEED AP – Principal in Charge
    Jeffrey Lee, FAIA – Design Principal
    Shann Rushing, AIA, LEED AP – Project Architect
    Albert McDonald, Assoc. AIA – Project Designer
    Ryan Johnson – Project Designer 
  • Client: State of North Carolina Department of Administration 
  • Size: 272,320 SF / 900 parking spaces 
  • Completion Date: April 2011 
  • Cost: $20 million 
  • CONSULTANTS: MEP Engineer: Engineered Designs Inc. (EDi)
    Civil, Structural and Landscape Architecture: Kimley-Horn & Associates 
  • GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Clancy & Theys Construction Co. 
  • PHOTOGRAPHY: Jonathan Hillyer Photography

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AIANC Center for Architecture and Design in Raleigh, North Carolina by Frank Harmon Architect

Thursday, August 16th, 2012
Article source: Frank Harmon Architect

After seven years of planning and fundraising in the midst of a national recession, construction of the North Carolina chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA NC) thoroughly sustainable Center for Architecture & Design was completed this summer in Raleigh.

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  • Architects: Frank Harmon, FAIA, Frank Harmon Architect PA, Raleigh, NC
  • Project: AIANC Center for Architecture and Design
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Client: North Carolina Chapter, American Institute of Architects
  • Landscape Architect: Greg Bleam, FASLA, Charlottesville, VA
  • Contractor: Clancy + Theys Construction Co, Raleigh, NC

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AIANC Center for Architecture and Design in Raleigh, North Carolina by Frank Harmon Architect PA

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

Article source: Frank Harmon Architect PA

After seven years of planning and fundraising in the midst of a national recession, construction of the North Carolina chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA NC) thoroughly sustainable Center for Architecture & Design was completed this summer in Raleigh.

Located on an oddly shaped, previously unused lot in downtown Raleigh near the State Capitol and Government Complex, the new Center is the first AIA headquarters facility to be built from the ground up expressly for this purpose, and AIANC hopes it will serve as a flagship for modern, sustainable urban design in North Carolina’s capital city.

AIANC Center for Architecture and Design

  • Architects: Frank Harmon Architect PA
  • Project: AIANC Center for Architecture and Design
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Client: North Carolina Chapter, American Institute of Architects
  • Landscape Architect: Greg Bleam, FASLA, Charlottesville, VA
  • Contractor: Clancy + Theys Construction Co, Raleigh, NC

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Imperial Centre Theatre in Rocky Mount, North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

The site for the Imperial Centre Theatre is across an abandoned street from the historically significant Imperial Tobacco Company cigarette factory in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. This site, which has been a city park for the past century, was formerly occupied by a public swimming pool. The Imperial Centre Theatre is linked to the larger complex by an enclosed bridge that spans over the abandoned roadway. This bridge is designed to allow the presence of the historically significant street to be understood while minimizing the impact on the character of the original buildings. The structure and plan alignment of the bridge were derived from the existing overhead gantry previously used for transporting coal to the central boilers. The Imperial Centre Theatre seats 300 people in a surprisingly intimate relation to the stage.

Image Courtesy JWest Productions

  • Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project: Imperial Centre Theatre
  • Location: Rocky Mount, North Carolina
  • Client: City of Rocky Mount
  • Project Team: Jeffrey Lee, Irvin Pearce, David Francis, Nelson Tang
  • Size: 35,000 SF / 300 seats
  • Photographs: JWest Productions

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Fayetteville Festival Park Performance Pavilion in North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

The Performance Pavilion is the major architectural element in the overall plan of the new Festival Park in Fayetteville, North Carolina. It is comprised of a raised, covered stage, and back-of-house functions in a simple, rectangular extrusion. It is intended that, on a daily basis, the pavilion appears more like a park folly than an empty stage. To this end, the back-of-house functions slide to one side, allowing an open view through to the backdrop of existing trees. Operable panels, which can be retracted from behind a scrim wall, create a backdrop and crossover when performances are taking place.

Image Courtesy JWest Productions

  • Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project: Fayetteville Festival Park Performance Pavilion
  • Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina
  • Associate Architect: SFL+a Architects
  • Client: City of Fayetteville
  • Project Team: Jeffrey Lee, David Francis, Jennifer Olson
  • Photographs: JWest Productions

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Triangle Brick Headquarters in Durham, North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

Triangle Brick Headquarters is the North American base of operations for the German parent company Röben Tonbaustoffe. The project consists of corporate offices, a product design center, and a uniquely landscaped brick garden. The project has been designed to showcase brick masonry in a range of applications and has been influenced by the architectural legacy of the parent company in Germany.

Image Courtesy Jonathan Hillyer

  • Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project: Triangle Brick Headquarters
  • Location: Durham, North Carolina
  • Client: Triangle Brick Company
  • Project Team: Jeffrey Lee, FAIA; Irvin Pearce, AIA; Rob Harkey, AIA
  • Size: 14,000 SF
  • Completion: 2011
  • Photographs: Jonathan Hillyer Photography
  • Project Type: Office

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Disorderly Conduct in Greensboro, North Carolina by Patrick Dougherty

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

Article source: Patrick Dougherty

“Disorderly Conduct” is a sapling sculpture by Patrick Dougherty at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. The sculpture was created over a three-week period, using saplings of red maple, gum, and persimmon harvested nearby. Students and other volunteers assisted Patrick in its construction. The final work stands sixteen feet high and covers a footprint that is 35′ x 25′. The inspiration for the work was a wasp nest found during the harvesting. Patrick noted the interlocking cells, and saw them as a symbol for community befitting the Quaker school.

Bird Eye View

  • Architect: Patrick Dougherty
  • Name of project: Disorderly Conduct
  • Location: Greensboro, North Carolina

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Asheville Civic Center Renovations in North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

The heart of downtown Asheville’s arts and entertainment scene, the Asheville Civic Center, has been a regional destination for over 35 years hosting diverse entertainment, trade shows and events. Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee, in association with Betsch Associates, is providing design and construction administration services for renovations to the Civic Center. Events must continue during construction. To accommodate the Civic Center’s schedule, the renovations will be completed in distinct phases, beginning with movable seating replacement. Lighting and electronics replacement follows; next renovation of concession and concourse areas; and finally the addition of events support areas, e.g. large meeting rooms, locker rooms, media areas and talent green rooms.

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  • Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project: Asheville Civic Center Renovations
  • Location: Asheville, North Carolina
  • Client: Asheville Civic Center
  • Executive Architect: Clark Nexsen
  • Design Consultant: Betsch Associates
  • Size: over 60,000 SF in arena and exhibition hall
  • Budget: $7.5 million

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Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh, North Carolina by Brooks + Scarpa Architects (designed with Rhino and AutoCAD)

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Article source: Brooks + Scarpa Architects

Located in Raleigh’s revitalizing Historic Depot District, an unlikely butterfly has emerged from its decades-long cocoon. The historic 1910 two-story brick structure built for Allen Forge & Welding Company and enlarged around 1927 for the Brogden Produce Company — and more recently home to longtime occupant Cal-Tone Paints — has emerged from its asbestos clad sheathing into a new incarnation as the home of Raleigh’s Contemporary Art Museum (CAM).

Image Courtesy John Edward Linden

  • Architects: Brooks + Scarpa, Clearscapes
  • Project: Contemporary Art Museum (CAM)
  • Location: 409 W. Martin St., Raleigh, NC, 27603
  • Client: Contemporary Art Museum
  • Total Square Footage: 22,300 SF (900 SF new entry lobby)
  • Opened: December 2010
  • Project Cost: $5,800,000
  • Software used: AutoCAD for drawings, and Rhino for 3D renderings

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Bus Shelter in Raleigh, North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

Completed in 2007, the bus shelter is a prototype design that has been initially constructed on the Main Campus of Wake Tech Community College. As the College’s enrollment grows and the subsequent demand for public transportation increases, this prototype will be located on all of the current and future campuses. The bus shelter received a 2008 AIA National Small Project Structures Award.

Rear view at sunset (Image Courtesy JWest Productions)

  • Architects: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project: Bus Shelter
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Client: Wake Technical Community College
  • Project Team: Jeffrey Lee, Douglas Brinkley, Marni Rushing, David Hill
  • Completion: 2007
  • Photographs: JWest Productions

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