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Completion Date: December 2011

Project Description: Major Renovation to 23,302 SF of existing space, completed in three phases for New Studio and Offices.   

Park Sterling Bank

Completion Date: November 2012 

Project Description: Complete Demolition and Renovation to 3,969 SF of existing space that included Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring and Custom Millwork.

Client Testimonial

It was above and beyond our expectations. The model we want to use for all future branches.

David Parker, Eastern North Carolina Regional President, Park Sterling Bank

M. E. Roberts Transitional Living Facility

Completion Date: July 2012

Project Description:                

The renovation of the old county jail, a building that should have been condemned and forgotten, but with the dream of Frankie Roberts and McKinley Building Corporation as the General Contractor along many segments of the community and support from the city and county, the building was brought back to life to serve a meaningful purpose in the City of Wilmington.  

The new living space, part of Wilmington’s Leading Into New Communities Inc. (LINC) nonprofit organization, was the dream of Frankie Roberts, who has long worked with former prisoners to help them become productive members of society. Ultimately, his seven-year quest to establish A formal program on the front lawn LINC’s new facility was followed by a ribbon-cutting, presided over by Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo, and then by tours of the building. 

This facility offers a safe housing environment and the proper tools to help clients regain control of their lives. Located on Division Drive, the facility has space for 20 men and 20 women and will provide job training, support for residents’ continuing education, substance abuse treatment and health and medical services. Its mission is to break the cycle of dependence and incarceration, giving participants the tools they need to be successful and stay out of prison.


Completion Date: May 2011 

Project Description: A fire ravaged the Gas House building in 2007, leaving it vacant and boarded up.The new facade is a mixture of red brick and beige stucco and aluminum.Each floor has 16,000 square feet.  

Second Floor Interior Upfit: Social Security Administration Hearing Offices.

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