WithersRavenel, Sheetz continue partnership at Raleigh store opening
WithersRavenel was on hand at the newest Sheetz in Raleigh, celebrating the store’s grand opening.
WithersRavenel prepared development plans for the 4,637-square-foot Sheetz on Kumar Court. Customers flocked to the store for its Dec. 20 opening, stocking up on gas, food and convenience items. Store workers and Sheetz corporate staff shared promotional items, as iHeartRadio’s G105 in Raleigh joined the crowd for the opening festivities.
WR provided subsurface utility engineering, grading, drainage and utility design as well as the road widening design required along Tryon Road for the Sheetz project. Our stormwater group redesigned a stormwater pond to bring it up to current standards. The expertise of our land development, stormwater, geomatics, landscape architecture and construction administration groups all contributed to this project’s success.
WithersRavenel is proud of our long-term relationship with Sheetz. We look forward to helping the company continue its growth across North Carolina and its service to residents and visitors.
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