Clancy & Theys “tops out” government center project with a celebration

March 12, 2018

Clancy & Theys hosted a topping-out event at the York County Government Center March 7 to celebrate the last beam making its way to the top of the recent project in York, South Carolina. Over 100 people, including the Clancy & Theys team, York County employees, YorkCoGov-ToppingEvent-oswalddesign-20-rCumming Corporation and Stevens & Wilkinson, celebrated the milestone over a barbecue lunch.

Slated for completion in December 2018, the new York County Government Center will provide the office space needed for day-to-day operations and council meetings, as well as room for future expansion. Several of the county’s key departments will be among those located in the new building.

Stevens & Wilkinson of Columbia, South Carolina provided the design of this modern office space for government employees, while maintaining the traditional architectural style characteristic of the surrounding area.

The four-story, 80,000 gross square feet building will have a traditional exterior, with a cast-stone base, brick midsection and fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) cornice and accent branding. The state-of-the-art office space will replace the current one-story building and allow for consolidation of many of the county’s government offices. The project will include a roof terrace outside the new council chambers space, a vegetated roof, terrazzo flooring in the main lobby with wood-panel accented walls, and a glass rail at the third level overlooking the main entry, as well as many other architectural design characteristics.

Clancy & Theys is grateful to York County for trusting us with this project and looks forward to providing a more efficient, modern workplace for employees to enjoy.

Photos courtesy of Oswald Design.

Room to breathe: Clancy & Theys tackles expansion of the Onslow County Courthouse

Room to breathe: Clancy & Theys tackles expansion of the Onslow County Courthouse 

Since October 2016, Clancy & Theys has been working with architecture firm Smith Sinnet on a much-needed expansion of the Onslow County Courthouse in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018.


The courthouse’s operations have increased in the 40 years since the existing Summersill building was constructed and have since outgrown the space.  The four-floor expansion will add 60,000 square feet of new space with 12,000 square feet of renovations, allowing for a Register of Deeds office, new courtrooms and multiple offices for County Judicial employees. The new building also will boast a beautiful cupola at the top.

Clancy & Theys Prepares for a New Waterfront Hotel in Beaufort

Clancy & Theys Prepares for a New Waterfront Hotel in Beaufort

July 21, 2017

Triangle Business Journal

 Raleigh’s Concord Hospitality has started work on a new 133-room coastal hotel in Beaufort, NC, with Clancy & Theys as general contractor. The hotel, a joint venture between Concord and Beaufort Hospitality Enterprises, will operate under the Ascend banner.

 An expansion of Beaufort’s Front Street Village, the three-story inn will include four waterfront suites overlooking Taylor’s Creek. And a separate 30,488-square-foot, 2-story building will host 8,444 square feet of meeting space and an on-site restaurant, 34° North. The hotel is slated to open in 2018.

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Clancy & Theys Selected to Build a New Apartment Building in Downtown Durham

Clancy & Theys Selected as General Contractor for New Apartment Building in Downtown Durham

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North Carolina Construction News 

An article by North Carolina Construction News announced Clancy & Theys has started work on a new 194-unit apartment project in Downtown Durham. The company was selected as the projects general contractor by Charlotte apartment development firm Terwilliger Pappas.

Solis Brightleaf, a $62.4 million project at 1005 W. Main Street, will be the newest addition to Durham’s landmark Brightleaf Square dining and retail destination. The building should be completed in 2018.

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