The North Carolina School Boards Association building in Raleigh is home to numerous office tenants along with the Association that represents public school personnel. On the ground floor of the building is a large Assembly Hall that is used for group meetings and conferences.
The room was in desperate need of an upgrade, and Ten Penny Construction came equipped to propose material options, discuss pricing alternatives, and perform the work in less than 2 weeks time.
The project involved various sheetrock repairs, new carpet tiles, new wallcovering, new ceiling tiles, new LED lighting with a lighting control system, new ceramic tile, new paint, and re-installation of their photo display millwork.
The entire room and two common corridors were upgraded as part of this project.