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T. A. Loving's Fayetteville Street Renaissance Project Wins Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance

T. A. Loving Company's Fayetteville Street Renaissance Project (Phase I) has received the Sir Walter Raleigh Award for 2006.

Location: 100-400 Blocks of Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC

Owner: City of Raleigh

Designers: Mulkey Engineering, Cooper Carry, Reynolds & Jewell, MAB

Contractor: T. A. Loving Company

Partnering Firms: Progress Energy, BellSouth, Time Warner Cable, Public Services Company of North Carolina, AT&T

Comments from the Awards Ceremony Program: "The Vision has been realized, the culmination of years of planning and the combined efforts of hundreds of individuals. With this work, the City's ceremonial street is returned to its roots, as a renewed place of activity, access, gathering and leisure pursuits. But it is also a place of elegance, with careful balance between functional needs and aesthetic temperment. Most of all, beyond its physical form, it stands now as a symbol of new pride and confidence in the City's core, a catalyst for growth set to rank Raleigh high among the cities of the 21st Century".

The Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for Community Appearance were established in 1983 to offer public recognition for projects and individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the appearance, character and livability of Raleigh. The awards are based on project merit, as determined by the Selection Criteria.

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