Barringer recently completed this modern, open layout workspace for Stewart Engineering on the 11th floor of downtown Raleigh’s newest office tower, The Dillon. The project included collaborative work spaces and conference rooms, a unique, high end café space/game room, city views on three sides, and new steel for operable partitions. Coordination with the furniture, Audio Video, and data cabling vendors was paramount.
UNIQUE BRANDING INSTALLATION
A unique component of this project is a detailed, intricate mural of downtown Raleigh welcoming you immediately as you exit the elevator. This impressive piece of branding is the result of an intricate process which included placing and peeling over 1,500 pieces of a handmade template to the floor of an active jobsite. The pieces were then painted with epoxy laquer, grinded, and sealed. This process required careful coordination and communication between our team, the floor finisher, painter, branding contractor, and architect.
COORDINATION WITH CORE AND SHELL BUILDER
The necessity for careful coordination didn’t stop with the vendors. Because The Dillon was still under construction, we worked hand-in-hand with other general contractors and vendors as well. Despite a mishap by the core and shell builder that shut down the elevators for two weeks, we completed the project under an aggressive thirteen week schedule with zero delays.