The Christ Church project team receives the Rehabilitation / Historic Preservation Award at the 2017 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for Community Appearance
At the 2017 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for Community Appearance on September 6, Clancy & Theys was honored to be a member of the project team which received the Rehabilitation / Historic Preservation Award for its work on the Christ Episcopal Church addition and renovation. Vice President of Construction Baker Glasgow and Director of Business Development Matt Chambers were present to watch members of the Christ Church Building Committee accept the award.
Located across the street from the State Capitol, Christ Church was founded as Raleigh’s first Episcopal church in 1821 and its sanctuary is one of three National Historic Landmarks in the city. Clancy & Theys started the church’s renovation and expansion project nearly two years ago, including expanding the parish hall and creating a larger entrance and gathering space. The Clancy & Theys project team included Baked Glasgow, Project Manager Tom Clancy, General Superintendent Alan Brinson and Superintendent Randy Wood.
As stated by the Raleigh Appearance Commission, the Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for Community Appearance recognize outstanding new contributions to the character, environment and appearance of the City of Raleigh. Specifically, the Rehabilitation / Historic Preservation Award is given for preservation or rehabilitation of existing buildings, especially Raleigh’s historic resources.
Since 1983, the Commission has presented more than 200 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards to developers, designers, building owners, community groups, civic clubs, churches, and citizens.
Clancy & Theys Identifies New Leadership in Succession Plan
July 21, 2017
North Carolina Construction News
An article by North Carolina Construction News announced Clancy & Theys has released its new succession plan and, for the first time in the company’s nearly 70 year history, will include non-Clancy family members on the ownership team.
Continuing the family company tradition, leadership and primary ownership now transfers to the next generation, and will include three Clancy family member employees as well as six additional current employees. The new ownership team includes Tom Clancy, Teddy Clancy and Evan Sturm; vice-president John Andras; Becky Carter, controller and corporate secretary; Baker Glasgow, vice-president of construction; Bill Goggins, vice-president and CEO, Virginia division; senior project manager Chad Cowger; and project manager Fleming Herring.
“It’s time to pass the baton,” said President Tim Clancy. “Our team has spent considerable time and effort to assure a smooth transition. To foster the continued success of Clancy & Theys not only at our headquarters in Raleigh but also in our offices in Charlotte, Wilmington, Virginia and Orlando, we feel it is in the company’s best interest to select a number of family and non-Clancy family members to take some ownership of the firm. We’re excited to announce this new ownership team.”
Read the full article here.
The congregation of Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh worshiped in their existing sanctuary for the last time on Sunday. They’ll move into their gym for about 16 months while their sanctuary is expanded and renovated by Clancy & Theys. A cheerful ceremony was held at the church as groups donned Clancy hardhats and turned the dirt– looking forward to the future. Center image: Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Roberts, Sr. Pastor
It takes a village! Celebrating the ground breaking at Wake Tech’s new Research Triangle Park Campus!
Dr. Stephen Scott, Thomas Looney, Gary Russell, The Honorable Pat McCrory, Chris Chung,
Keith Werner, James West, Mark Stohlman, Rita Jerman, Jamie Glass
Clancy & Theys/Holt Brothers, a JV is proud to be constructing the first building on the new campus.
Wake Tech, led by its President Dr. Stephen Scott, is one step closer to its visionary new campus that will be a beacon for business education in Research Triangle Park. Dr. Scott said, “This exciting new campus will provide education and training that matches the needs of local business and industry, while preparing students for employment in high-demand fields.” The WTCC RTP campus will support innovation and collaboration, with “beneficial collisions” of ideas and energy. Classes in this new building will include business analytics, data storage, mobile applications, and continuing education classes that specifically relate to the businesses of corporations in the research triangle region. Program space includes classrooms, biology and chemistry labs, student services, library/media, information technology and associated offices.
This first building, the flagship of the new RTP campus, is nearly 110,000 sq ft and has a cantilevered marquee announcing “WTCC.” Fine finishes such as terrazzo floors and Rulon wall systems underscore the quality of a Class A environment for the students. Centering the building is a two-story atrium with a monumental staircase featuring glass handrails and terrazzo treads. The structure, constructed with steel frame and concrete slabs over a basement regional plant, will be skinned with brick, curtain wall, storefront, metal panels, and will have sunscreens.
Infrastructure includes extensive site work on the 26-acre site, parking, permanent storm water management structures, and a widening/improvements of NC 54 and Watkins Road (with traffic signals). When completed, the building will serve as the regional plant to provide hot and chilled water for future buildings on campus—with (2) each cooling towers, chillers, and boilers with the capacity to add to the system in the future. The building will also include underground runs of piping as well as a communications duct bank that will be extended past the building’s footprint, terminated, and capped for future campus development.
Designed by Perkins + Will, the construction will be managed by the joint venture of Clancy & Theys Construction Company and Holt Brothers Construction. There is a LEED goal for the classroom building, and the team is targeting a Gold or Platinum level. Clancy & Theys’ Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator, Josh Siddle, will be coordinating mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection in a 3-D environment to expedite construction in the field. The construction management team has an inclusive plan to encourage and attain minority participation that exceeds the State’s goal for this project. #WaketechRTP
When does 3+3+3= 1?
Three buildings + three architects + three construction managers = one Wake Technical Community College Northern Expansion Project. The site is expansive—26 acres of site improvements with three individual buildings. Designers include: O’Brien Atkins: site work/infrastructure/master plan; LS3P: Building J (skilled trades) and a Central Energy Plant; and Clark Nexsen: Building K (physical education). The construction management team is the joint venture of Clancy & Theys Construction Company and Balfour Beatty Construction with an association with Holt Brothers Construction.
The Northern Expansion is TEAMWORK, at its BEST!