Our friend James Borden at the ITB Insider writes a terrific summary of local Development Beat news. He recently scooped our design-build project underway with Auto Interiors & Tops. This is a terrific example of a cherished Wake County business turning to Rufty-Peedin. We helped the owners find a unique building on Wilmington St. in Raleigh to relocate their reupholstery business. Formerly a grocery built in the 1950s, it has historic character and offers space to grow. As you can see, it’s a major redevelopment that we’re excited to begin transforming into a state-of-the-art facility.
We recently completed our time-lapse aerial videography showcasing construction of Capital Boulevard Storage. Watch progress as we construct the most eco-friendly storage facility in North Carolina, complete with more than 2,000 solar panels.
Rufty-Peedin is proud to have been recognized recently at a Cary town council meeting on behalf of “Building Safety Month.”
Our own Steven Peedin is show here (second from right), alongside (L to R): Ken Hawley from the Town of Cary, NC; local activist Kim Bagaasen; Al Rager of SAS and board member of NC Chapter of CMAA; and Ken Caudle from the Town of Cary. Let’s continue to keep Cary great with safe construction sites!
We couldn’t be more excited for our friend Anthony Blackman and his team at Atlantic Tire & Service. Our recent groundbreaking took place at their newest commercial building in north Raleigh near Wakefield. Soon, area residents will enjoy the comforts of the top automotive service shop in the business.
Customers trust Atlantic Tire & Service as the company has been a fixture in Wake and Durham County communities for more than 16 years. Rufty-Peedin was selected to build the newest location thanks to our experience in commercial design-build for retail and service buildings.