Topic:  The Dillon - A Mixed-Use Development in Raleigh’s Warehouse District

Stewart Engineering, Inc.  (d.b.a. Stewart) has been a MetaField® customer for nearly three years, having signed agreements during September of 2013.

Stewart LogoDon Brown, Vice President – Manager of Construction Services, shared his thoughts on a large mixed-use project that the company is involved in, The Dillon, in Raleigh’s warehouse district.  Per Don, “Stewart is providing the structural engineering, geomatics, special inspections (SI), and construction materials testing (CMT) for the project," whose 18-story office building will also serve as the new headquarters for the firm once complete. Don commented, “this project is expected to change the face of Raleigh’s eclectic warehouse district.” He also added, “Stewart always looks for ways to utilize technology to provide added quality and efficiency, and MetaField has done exactly that for our SI/CMT operations on this project and many others over the past three years.”

You can read additional details about the project via these links:

Stewart is a design, engineering and planning firm located in Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte, NC and Richmond, VA, serving clients throughout the southeastern United States. Founded in 1994 by Willy E. Stewart, PE, the firm has more than 160 employees. Stewart provides services in a variety of markets within the public and private sectors. Clients include education, healthcare, institutions, municipalities, architects, departments of transportation and the federal government, as well as commercial, retail, residential and mixed-use developers.

The firm is a certified Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) with the State of North Carolina through the Statewide Uniform Certification (SWUC) program. The firm is also a certified Small, Women, and Minority (SWaM) owned business with the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as a certified Small Professional Services Firm (SPSF) with the North Carolina Department of Transportation.

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