Safety and compliance: WithersRavenel helps clients with spill prevention, readiness
An oil leak can be hazardous for the surrounding environment and communities’ public health. Let’s take a deeper dive into the SPCC rule and how you can take the best steps forward to avoid a spill of your own.
Downtown Cary bustling with WithersRavenel projects
If you haven’t been to downtown Cary recently, it’s time for a visit! There is a flurry of construction activity and WithersRavenel is excited to continue our 39-year track record of helping our clients turn site concepts to concrete while working on several projects simultaneously.
Meet Daniel Rauh, AICP
Daniel has worked at WithersRavenel for six years. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Planning and Policy with Environmental Science and Green Engineering Minors from Virginia Tech. He also has a Master’s degree in City and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia.
WithersRavenel’s first cohort of future project managers graduates
It was graduation day for 20 of our employee-owners. The first cohort of WithersRavenel’s Future Project Managers Academy (FPMA) had its graduation ceremony at the Sitti restaurant in downtown Raleigh.
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In Whiteville the historical identity of the downtown area has been one of railroad activity and small business success stories. Through the streetscape project downtown Whiteville is able to highlight the historical cultural identity of the area while providing improvements to the area to recreate the downtown square once observed as Vineland Station. This project incorporated the views of the community as well as the master plan for the City to build a product that could not only attract visitors to the area but also provide the community with a gathering place that they could be proud to call home. An enjoyable walk downtown invites the public to shop local observe the natural beauty of the area and make a new friend or catch up with a neighbor. The economic impact of the streetscape plan is evident as the revitalization continues in the downtown area through the addition retention and expansion of small business and mixed-use residential projects. Utilizing streetscape the downtown area in the City of Whiteville is quickly becoming a destination place in Southeastern North Carolina.