Rufty-Peedin, ROCKin'teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors
  • New Building For ROCKin’teriors

New Building For ROCKin’teriors

Building construction with interior finishes that are both inspirational and earth-friendly is a key trend in recent years. When it’s time for rock, commercial and residential customers turn to ROCKin’teriors for natural stone materials. Rufty-Peedin built their new 10,000 sq. ft. headquarters on the Raleigh-Cary border.

“Steven Peedin and Jon Rufty are on an elite level as contractors within our community,” said owner Laura Grandlienard. “They worked with us every step of the way.”

Exterior finishes at ROCKin’teriors include intricate brick detailing and state-of-the-art heating, air and ventilation systems, as well as a unique water reclamation system engineered to recycle the shop’s wastewater.

The building site sat undeveloped for years. Steven Peedin and Jon Rufty helped site owner David Madison reach an agreement to divide it so that he could build the new 17,000 sq. ft. Stone’s Education & Toys retail location, with ROCKin’teriors as their neighbor occupying the out-parcel. A great backstory on trusted relationships in our community.

Rufty-Peedin partnered with Maurer Architecture to design ROCKin’teriors so that it exists in harmony with nature. The new building is a showplace for their 90 variations of natural stone and in-house fabrication shop. Safe to say, it’s THE destination for eco-friendly stone material in the Triangle. Read more about this project.