NCSU Gregg Museum of Art & Design
The Gregg Museum of Art and Design at North Carolina State University campus is a 21,606-square-foot project that combines a building renovation and new construction. The Historic Chancellor’s Residence is planned for renovation and a 15,000-square-foot LEED-certified building will be constructed on Hillsborough Street. The site consists of two stories and a basement along with associated site development. Parking spaces will be provided for faculty, visitors, and staff.
S&ME is part of a large team involved with the site. The addition is designed by Perkins+Will of Durham. H.M. Kern Corporation is the General Contractor for the project. The museum has a grand opening date scheduled for Spring 2017. The new facility will also have outdoor space for open-air film screenings, performances, and other events.
S&ME has performed special inspections and construction materials testing for the project.
Special Inspection services include:
- Soils and Foundation testing
- Concrete and Masonry testing
- Structural Steel and Steel Framing testing
Construction Materials Testing services include:
- Undercut evaluation
- Lab testing of proposed structural fill soils and aggregate base course
- Density testing for parking areas and utilities
- Asphalt testing
S&ME has finished all construction material testing and Special Inspections.