The Heck-Andrews House in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, is a 146-year-old house purchased by the state in 2016. Throughout the renovation, the overall plan was to use colors and materials from the 1870s period in order to keep the home as close to possible as the one that was initially constructed. Once completed, it became the office of the NC Association of Realtors.
For this project, our team provided survey control and construction staking. Throughout the project, we had to be conscious of the setting due to the location being in a historic district of Wake County. During this project, benchmarks were set on all sides of the building so that a benchmark could be visible from all of the client’s work locations on the project set. This eliminated blind spots for workers that needed to establish and check elevations for the project.