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Self-Storage

Self-storage facilities are proliferating throughout the region as the Triangle continues to grow rapidly. Capital Boulevard Storage stands out as the benchmark for... Continue Reading >>>

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A History of Triangle Construction Leadership

  • Jon S. Rufty

    A 1977 graduate of N.C. State, Jon is a respected custom builder who has served the region as the premier luxury homebuilder for more than 30 years. His skillset, experience and commitment to fine quality carry weight across the residential and commercial building community. Jon’s contributions to our community have raised the bar for high-quality design, interior and exterior detailing, energy efficiency and green building. His commitment to innovation extends beyond residential construction into commercial building and community development. As... Read More >>>

  • Steven R. Peedin

    Steven is a Johnston County native, reared on a tobacco farm near Pine Level, N.C. His passion for architecture and building started at an early age. By age nine, his knack for sketching buildings and automobiles set the course for his career. After attending Wake Tech and N.C. State, in 1979 he went to work as a draftsman under the guidance of Gerald Quick and Walter Davis at Quick Associates. There he gained a great deal of experience in site... Read More >>>

  • Neil Harris

    Neil is a Burlington, N.C. native, born to a set of accountants, which means he has numbers in his genes. From an early age, he knew math was in his future. He held a part-time job in high school working on the greens crew at the Alamance Country Club Golf Course. One year, the cart paths were being re-graded and paved, which was his first introduction to heavy construction. A passion for the industry was born. With strong math skills... Read More >>>

Restaurant
Rufty-Peedin_H-Street Restaurant, Raleigh

In 2016, Rufty-Peedin completed a painstaking restoration of the historic Varsity Theater on Hillsborough Street in Raleigh. Originally dubbed H-Street Kitchen, this fabulous... Continue Reading >>>

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