Duke Energy plans to build a $60 million, nearly 140,000-square-foot operations center near the intersection of Harrison and Dry Fork roads.
The local sewer plan proposes the construction of 3,100 linear feet of 8-inch diameter gravity sanitary sewer, with thirty-two 6-inch diameter sewer laterals and all other related sewer appurtenances.
This project includes construction of a new water main and the re-connection of thirty four (34) residential water services, including new meter pits and meter settings.
This project includes the removal and installation of CSO 043, along with the installation of 30-inch, 21-inch, and 12-inch sanitary sewer.
QCM has completed several projects for WILD Flavors and continues to work with the company on multiple, ongoing projects.
Full renovation of a 124,000-square-foot building that was built in 1922, with several additions constructed over the years.
The ongoing work in the 85-year-old Art Deco icon is the first structural restoration in the building's history.
This $3 million dollar project is a 17,000 SF renovation and 6,700 SF expansion, including a new HVAC system to increase energy efficiency and reduce operating costs.