NAIOP NC Announces 2019 Award Winners at Statewide Conference

Posted on March 22, 2019

NAIOP North Carolina, comprised of NAIOP Charlotte, NAIOP Piedmont Triad, and NAIOP Raleigh Durham, held its annual statewide conference March 21-22, 2019 at the Pinehurst Resort, where over 240 real estate professionals were in attendance. At the conference, NAIOP NC announced the 2019 Award Winners, recognizing projects that positively influence our community and industry.

2019 Award Winners

New Development Project of the Year – BB&T Leadership Institute submitted by CJMW Architecture

In June 2018, CJMW Architecture broke ground on the BB&T Leadership Institute in Greensboro, NC. A study of the terrain and natural features helped integrate the building into the site with a soft footprint. The full program was broken into smaller building elements that are linked together to create a sort of “village,” lending to the nickname “a village in the woods.” Each element has views of the lake and woods and glass walls that bring the outside in, allowing guests and staff to connect with nature, eliminating the distractions of the outside world while promoting a more inward focus. As an executive leadership program, the Leadership Institute helps grow managers into current and future leaders. Leaders from numerous local and regional companies have attended the Leadership Institute’s programs – gaining insight and training that then help them grow their own companies.

Redevelopment/Adaptive Reuse Project of the Year – Raleigh Union Station submitted by Clancy & Theys

Completed in July 2018, this state-of-the-art project converted the abandoned Dillon Supply Warehouse into a 26,000 square-foot urban transport center. The center houses passenger rail facilities, commercial space, and interior and exterior civic space for special events. Union Station was designed to be a multi-modal hub that could act as an entry point into the city, where people could hop off the train and onto a bus or commuter rail to get to their destination. It maintains an industrial look and feel combining parts of the old Dillon Supply industrial building with new construction. Thorough planning, well thought-out design, and the meticulous execution have made this facility one that will serve the community and the state for many years to come.

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