Zebulon, N.C. – January 26, 2020 – Muter Construction was the proud recipient of the 2019 Carolinas AGC Pinnacle Award for the Country Club of Landfall Clubhouse which consisted of 12,000 square feet of high-end renovations. “The membership wanted their club to better reflect the social attitude of the club and their enjoyment of the outdoors.” said Jessi Reutter, GM/COO of Country Club of Landfall.
In order to provide uninterrupted service for Landfall’s members, Muter Construction was tasked with ensuring the club remained fully operational throughout construction. In addition to the logistical challenges of working in an occupied facility, the team successfully completed the nine-month schedule despite several challenges, such as Category 4 Hurricane Florence.
The Muter Construction team’s flexibility and determination delivered a project that benefitted the client with significant savings as well as increased club membership. “We have seen our member usage increase significantly due to the quality of Muter’s renovation, as well as an increase in new members with nearly 100 new memberships following the grand re-opening. Muter Construction knocked it out of the park” commented Jessi Reutter.
Construction is under way on the renovation and 12,150 SF expansion of the Fayetteville Fleet Maintenance Garage.
The Work scope includes selective demolition, and general construction, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical, equipment purchasing and installation, relocation of existing equipment, as well as associated site work.
Congratulations to our long-time friends at SPC Mechanical! The official groundbreaking took place for the SPC Mechanical Headquarters on December 11, 2019 in Wendell, NC. Muter Construction is heading up this project, which is slated for completion in October of 2021.
The project consists of a new Steel Framed 39,600 sf +/- office building, including site development for this project site as well as other sites for future expansion.
Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts will be a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of approximately 3,000 in downtown Greensboro.
Muter Construction completed the sitework portion of this project.
Though work is wrapping up on Muter Construction’s new office at 111 E. Vance Street, exterior renovations have just begun on the existing office. Because these two structures are adjacent to each other, John asked Louis Cherry Architects come up with a design that would honor the historic building’s heritage while creating a cohesive appearance.
Built in 1920, the building housed People’s Bank & Trust Co. The original bank vault, patented in 1890, remains as a beautiful focal point for guests who walk through the door. They often comment on the intricate metal detailing and craftsmanship, which are a hallmark of that era.
The first order of business was a roof replacement & removal of some out-dated “faux granite” metal siding on the south side of the building. As with any renovation, there were some surprises when work began. It was initially believed that the exterior walls were entirely brick beneath the siding. Much to everyone’s disappointment, this was not the case. A previous building addition utilized both brick & CMU. As you can see below, a creative solution to this problem will be implemented. We also discovered several windows which had been bricked up. Four of these openings will be restored to their original use.
We are all eagar to see the end results!
After Siding Was Removed
Historic Bank Vault To Remain
The renovations to the “new” Muter Office Building at 111 Vance St are nearing completion. Originally, this building housed the fire department, police station and jail. Later it housed town offices.
From the beginning of the project, John Muter wanted to maintain some of that history, while modernizing the building for practical use. John looked to his friends in the architectural community in his search for someone who could bring his vision to life. He eventually selected Louis Cherry Architects, with whom John has partnered on other design-build projects.
Large bay doors are now installed prominently in the front of the building, honoring the heroic heritage of the Zebulon Fire Department. Upon completion, we believe this design will have the unique effect of balancing modern architectural elements with a respectful nod to Zebulon’s heritage.
Work is set to commence on the famous Hawkins-Hartness House. This lovely structure, in the heart of Downtown Raleigh, is home to North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor. The work consists of repairs to the brick, woodwork and slate roof. To ensure that this historic building is given the careful attention it deserves, Muter Construction has employed experts and craftsmen skilled in historic restorations.
You “herd” me correctly- this Design-Build project is complete! It is “udderly” fantastic. (I’m milking the puns for all they’re worth.)
Muter Construction’s Site/Utilities Division installed a 360 linear foot sand filter at the Wilmington Readiness Center. This is only one of two sand filters at this site which will ensure proper drainage of the parking lot when heavy rains sweep through.
Muter Construction and Team Pain partnered on this project to bring an Official Team Pain Skate Park to Lexington, NC and the project nearing completion. This park has plenty of rails, ramps and bowls to challenge local skateboarders. Skaters in this town will be the envy of all of their out-of-town friends when it opens.