Clancy & Theys Construction Company provided a CM at-risk for Raleigh Union Station. Conversion of an existing mid-century industrial building of approximately 24,000 sq ft into a state-of-the-art urban transportation center housing intercity passenger rail facilities, commercial lease space, significant interior and exterior civic spaces and major public infrastructure improvements.
The Project includes a new passenger station and platform in the Boylan Wye at the intersection of the CSXT S-Line and NCRR H-Line in Downtown Raleigh, within property owned by multiple parties including CSXT, NCRR and Triangle Transit. The project includes the following: An 900 linear foot “island” platform, minimum 30 feet wide, with a 450 linear foot canopy, including level boarding, platform access and related facilities. A below-grade pedestrian concourse between the station building and the passenger platform with vertical circulation consisting of stairs, elevators for passengers, and a ramp for baggage handling. The location of each side platform will determine the platform widths and horizontal and vertical circulation. A paved parking lot. Rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the existing industrial building (Viaduct Building) at 510 W Martin Street. Construction of a railroad bridge on the east leg of Boylan Wye over a new pedestrian entrance into the east end of the station. Construction of a railroad bridge on the east leg of Boylan Wye over a new roadway access to the interior of Boylan Wye. Associated demolition; roadway, site, utilities, storm drainage and railroad infrastructure; vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle facilities; planting; plazas, site amenities and related facilities. This project is seeking LEED silver certification.