Donley’s was hired by Clancy & Theys Construction to provide concrete service for the Peace Development in downtown Raleigh. Located in the old Smokey Hollow neighborhood in downtown Raleigh, this development is a 11-story, urban, mixed-use project anchored by a 45,600 sq ft Publix grocery store. This will be Downtown Raleigh’s first grocery store. Above the grocer, this concrete structure will include 417 units of residential apartments with a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units averaging 898 sq ft. The project will also have 5,340 sq ft of additional retail and office space, an 83,000 sq ft parking garage underneath the grocer, and a 7-level, 206,000 sq ft post-tensioned parking deck.
Donley’s is providing concrete services for Choate Construction on the FNB Tower at 501 Fayetteville, the latest addition to the downtown Raleigh skyline. Pennsylvania-based, First National Bank, anchors the 22-story building with a 40,000-SF regional headquarters.
Designed by Raleigh-based JDavis Architects, the massive 420,000-SF tower is built a-top an existing parking deck. Exterior elements include a striking facade with modern low-emissivity glass, metal skin, and vertical mirror glass fins. Luxurious features include six floors of Class-A office space, ground-level retail, 239 luxury residential units with a world-class amenity level, and an outdoor Skydeck terrace offering unparalleled views of the downtown skyline.
Our scope of services for the project includes structural concrete totaling 16,600 cubic yards of concrete.
In January 2017, working with Choate Construction / Raleigh as construction manager, DCG finished the Sanderson Farms processing plant and wastewater treatment facility in St.Pauls, N.C. The $8M contract included a turnkey concrete package, consisting of large spread footings, grade beams, pits and trenches for the processing facility, 285,000 sq. ft. of slab on grade and elevated slabs, including 400,000 sq. ft. of exterior concrete paving. The project had 21,000 cubic yards of concrete placed out of an onsite concrete batch plant. Donley’s Concrete Group’s portion of the project was completed in 11 months and is DCG’s second processing facility for Sanderson Farms.
Donley’s Concrete Group, LLC was awarded the Durham Police Headquarters Complex, a $1.85M project with LeChase Construction Services, located in Durham, NC. The project consists of two separate structures, one being the headquarters
itself and the other a precast parking deck. In the winter of 2016 Donley’s began construction, the scope of work consists of 60,000 sq. ft. of foundations for the complex, slab on grade, and 90,000 sq. ft. of slab on metal deck. Donley’s Concrete Group is completing the metal deck pours and will finish the Durham Police Headquarters Complex with slab on grade pours to complete the project by the end of summer 2017.
Donley’s Concrete Group has begun work on a 9.8-million-dollar project with over 15,000 cyds of concrete. The project will be working for a joint venture team consisting of TA Loving and Barnhill. The finished student union will measure 209,000 sq. ft. and include a 700-space parking deck adjacent to the union. The concrete portion of this project consist of pile caps, foundation walls and elevated cast in place decks.
Donley’s Concrete Group started its work on the Dillon Supply project in Summer of 2016. The Dillon is the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District. Scheduled for completion in 2018, the project includes an 18-story office tower with retail space and two six-story apartment buildings with an adjoining parking deck. This structure reuses and preserves parts of the original Dillon Supply warehouse building, a 100-year-old Raleigh company (shown in photos). DCG is providing turnkey concrete construction services on the project to Barnhill Contracting Company and Clancy & Theys Construction Company.
An application for ‘The Dillon’ was submitted to receive ABC’s Excellence in Construction (EIC) Award. Click Here to view the application.
Donley’s has been awarded the Spirit AeroSystems Tool Expansion in North Carolina. The facility manufactures miscellaneous parts for the aeronautical community.
The scope of work for the project includes:
- turnkey concrete construction
- pile caps
- grade beams
- tie beams
- loading docks
- stone base
- high floor tolerance slab on grade, including misc. site concrete
“BMCD and Spirit are also very thankful the goal was met and was done safely even in the inclement weather. Donley’s continued working through the rain which was acknowledged by Spirit in addition to our team. The efforts are very much appreciated and BMCD and Spirit look forward to working with Donley’s team in the future.”
GlaxoSmithKline awarded Donley’s Concrete Group a contract for the Ellipta Phase III Project, located in Zebulon, North Carolina. The new 65,000 sq. ft. pharmaceutical manufacturing facility is for GSK’s Advair inhalers.
Donley’s scope of work included turnkey concrete package in the form of two new additions to the existing facilities. Concrete work was highlighted by the high tolerance Ff 80/Fl 40 floor slabs which support specialized automated bin retrieval system.
Donley’s Concrete Group was worked for Lend Lease on the renovation and expansion of Duke University’s R. David Thomas Conference Center. Key elements of the project included the renovation of current space (including the enclosure of guestroom corridors and walkways) and the construction of a new six-story tower with 85 guest rooms and a 5,800 sq. ft. ballroom.
Donley’s Concrete Group’s scope of work included:
- turnkey concrete package
- pile caps
- spread footing and grade beams
- slab on grade
- retaining walls
- core walls and shear walls
- six floors of elevated post tensioned decks
In order to meet the healthcare needs of an estimated 34,000 veterans in the Piedmont Triad (NC) metro area, the Department of Veterans Affairs has constructed a new four-story Health Care Center in Kernersville. Serving as concrete contractor to Lend Lease, Donley’s Concrete Group poured conventional foundations and slabs, as well as structural steel construction with slab on composite decks.
The center opened in the Spring of 2016, and offers veterans enhanced out-patient primary health care and specialty services.