This is a small gallery showing construction around downtown Raleigh. Click the photos for a larger image.
The Justice Center appears to be topped off and is taking shape into the Raleigh Skyline.
A family poses for a portrait in front of the globe, a part of the upcoming Nature Research Center, now being pieced together.
The new AIA headquarters is being built on Peace Street.
2010 did not have a lot of new construction taking place so the development fanboys might be disappointed. 2011 may surprise us, or it may not. Either way, let’s go into the new year with a list of what action there is to follow.
AIANC Center for Architecture and Design
Rendering of the new AIANC Headquarters
Groundbreaking, shown above, has already occurred for the Center for Architecture and Design. This building from the American Institute of Architects North Carolina Chapter will incorporate many sustainable design features and will seek a LEED Platinum level certification, the highest such level.
The building should be finished late this year. To see and read more about the building:
– Update page for the AIANC Center for Architecture and Design
– In North Carolina, a Gutsy Move : Huffingtonpost.com
Contemporary Art Museum
The Contemporary Art Musem (CAM) will be open on April 30th, 2011. This project has seen steady work throughout 2010 and will finally be finished in a few months.
The massive Wake County Justice Center with its triple crane action has been discussed a lot on this site. We will see work taking place here all year. Completion is planned for the summer of 2013.
Just like the Justice Center, Green Square has also been under construction all of last year and will continue through 2011. A combination of offices and the Nature Research Center will most likely open in 2012.
Green Square website [Update: Broken link]
Video – New AIA North Carolina Headquarters (via Youtube)
Soon, on a site in downtown Raleigh that architect Frank Harmon puckishly likens to the shape of a pork chop, the North Carolina chapter of the AIA will break ground for a slim new Center for Architecture and Design.
via David vs. Goliath in Downtown Raleigh | Architects and Artisans.