Rob Caudle, PE, served as WithersRavenel’s Project Manager for the townhomes’ development. Caudle says unique features include sunken gardens at the front of the property, private courtyard patios, and a rooftop terrace.
WithersRavenel’s engineering work on the property included addressing challenges with water, sewer and stormwater design. Additionally, WithersRavenel’s landscape architects gave the site an upscale vibe with expanded tree wells and a flowing design that fits well with the townhomes’ modern style.
Other WithersRavenel team members on the project include David Brown (Landscape Architecture and Planning), Rose Tanksley and Daniel Whatley (Landscape Architecture), Hunter Freeman (Stormwater), and Leigh Potts (Construction Administration).
The Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for Community Appearances annually recognize outstanding new contributions to the character, environment and appearance. Since 1983, Raleigh City Council has presented more than 200 of the awards.
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