Renovations

Diamond Contracting offers full service renovation, restoration, and reconstruction for your renovation needs. We offer superior craftsmanship, ensuring every project is executed with the utmost attention to detail during pre- construction through construction, with consideration to budget, schedule, and detail. We give our customers the peace of mind that comes with knowing that Diamond Contracting ensures integrity, priceless quality, and commitment to customer service. Whether you want to renovate, update, or restore the character of your original site, problem solving and developing a solution is one of our many strong points. Whether a large scale or small scale renovation, we give the project the attention it needs and can respond to the urgency of your business practices.

Ballentine Park Dug-outs

The new Dug-outs, including shelters and installation of new sports equipment is complete at the Ballentine Park in Fuquay-Varina.

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CycleBar at Brier Creek Commons

We recently completed the renovation of 2500 sq ft retail space for a new cycle bar fitness studio at Brier Creek Commons.  For more information on this facility: http://briercreek.cyclebar.com/

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McCormick Paints retail store

Renovation is complete on the existing Fred’s Beds building on Western Blvd. to a new retail paint store. This includes updating the front section and interior of this approximately 2,000 sf building.  We removed the existing wood truss system and replaced it with a new wood truss system with a single slope to the rear of the building. The exterior 3 walls of the front section of building were added to the height and we installed a new EIFS finish.

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Central Operation Facilities Parking Lot

We completed work at the Central Operations facilities parking lot area – adding a concrete extension for the City of Raleigh. It involved excavating existing stone in parking lot, preparing the parking area area to receive 6″ of 4000 PSI concrete, and pouring and finish the concrete area.

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Walkway Improvements at the Administration Building

Removing existing pavers and installing new sand bed and new pavers for the walkway at the Administration Building located at 166 West Jones Street.

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Fuquay Varina Library Park Improvements

Ground breaking for renovations began at Library Park which is adjacent to the Fuquay-Varina Library and Fuquay-Varina Museums. The park currently contains a picnic shelter and a small playground. Work includes the demolition of the existing retaining wall, the concrete and gravel driveway, and the removal of ten trees and stump grind.

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Worthdale Park Community Center Upgrades

Upgrading restroom, kitchen, lobby and reception areas of the Worthdale Park Community Center.  Updating the exterior facade with alterations associated with the removal of existing mansard roof and replacing it with ELFS system along with new translucent vertical wall panels to permit daylight into the gymnasium.

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Car Dealership – KIA in Fayetteville

This multi-million dollar renovation and addition to an existing dealership is located in Fayetteville, NC. The project is estimated to take 6 months to complete and consists of selective demolition of existing structure and interior finishes and new addition of showroom and service writer areas. The up-fit of interior space will bring the interior to current design dealership requirements. The entire structure will be in excess of 9,000 sf.

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Rolls-Royce Showroom

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Diamond Contracting built the original 11,000 sq ft BMW Rolls-Royce showroom structure in 2004 and recently completed upgrades to the existing Rolls Royce 2,700 sq ft showroom including installation of new floor tile, ceiling, lighting and updated paint finishes.

 


 

Glenwood Avenue Streetcar Bus Stop

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Renovation for the City of Public Works Department of this historic bus stop included lead paint abatement, repainting of all wood surfaces, roof structure rehabilitation, replacement of selected stones that were missing, installation of copper gutters, and removal of trees and root systems causing foundation cracks and failure. Diamond Contracting was awarded the Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance and the 2009 Anthemion Award for their contributions to this restoration.


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The Clark Nexsen Stairwell renovation is a central architectural feature connecting two office spaces in a multi-tenant building and includes programmable LED fixtures which are integrated in linear slots.

“Even though Diamond Contracting and Contact Electric are not specifically listed in the credits, this video would not have been possible without the quality workmanship your companies provided during construction. Please extend my heartfelt appreciation to those who worked on this project with us. Thanks!”

-David Williams, Electrical Engineer, Clark Nexsen

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Waterproofing exterior of buildingNC Museum of HistoryNC Museum of History

Diamond Contracting was responsible for removing the existing polyurethane sealant and installation of new sealant to repair water leaks and waterproofing on the North Carolina Museum of History building for the State of North Carolina.

 


 Borden and Garris Buildings

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Located in Fletcher Park, Diamond Contracting completed porch repair and ramp renovations for two historical properties, the Borden Building and the Garris Building. They are the two remaining buildings of the Methodist Home for Children and were purchases by the City of Raleigh in 1982. The Borden Building is available for private functions and the Garris Building houses the Youth Programs Division.


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This project was a 3,300 sq ft upgrade and renovations to existing Town of Selma Fire Station. The renovation was a complete demolition of interior structures, rebuilding of office and living quarters, and a new roof.