NC State Building Commission awards certificates of merit at annual conference

hill hall renovation project

Shelco LLC’s Triad office received recognition with a North Carolina State Building Commission’s Certificate of Merit Awarded for Excellence in Construction at the 34th annual NC State Construction Conference March 26 in Raleigh.

The business was recognized for its role as construction-manager at risk for the $11 million Hill Hall Renovation and Student Success Center project at Winston-Salem State University.

The renovation and expansion project added more than 6,000 square feet to the existing facility, bringing its total square footage to 38,021, Triad Business Journal reported. The center, located in the heart of campus, provides support services, mentoring and advising to students.

Shelco teamed with Charlotte-based R.J. Leeper Construction on the project.

Charlotte architect Clark Nexsen received an ‘Excellence in Design’ award for the same project.

hill hall
The Student Success Center is an adaptive reuse of the Hill Hall building originally constructed in 1964 in the heart of Winston-Salem State University’s academic core.

The N.C. State Building Commission also awarded Cary-based Riley Contracting Group and Raleigh’s McKim & Creed with ‘Excellence in Project Implementation’ for the Watauga HVAC and Chiller Replacement project at N.C. State University, the newspaper reported.

Shelco’s Raleigh office received the Certificate of Merit for ‘Superior Professional Services’ as the general contractor for the Cape Fear Community College Union Station Building in Wilmington. Charlotte-based architecture firm LS3P, which also made the Charlotte Business Journal’s list, also was recognized last month.


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