RTI International to construct new building on its main campus

RALEIGH, N.C., June 17, 2016— RTI International will construct a new 190,000 square foot building on its main campus in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
 
The building will be a six-story office building, featuring a 300-person multipurpose space, collaboration center, kitchen/dining space and heritage center. A four-story parking structure with approximately 650 spaces will be constructed adjacent to the office building.
 
“We can attribute the growth at RTI to the tremendous contributions of our talented staff, and are excited to be expanding our campus with this project,” said Jim Gibson, chief operating officer for RTI International, “The new building will provide many amenities for our staff and visitors and will serve as a central gathering place for events and collaboration at the institute.”

The project will be located in the center of RTI’s campus. Construction is expected to start this fall.

RTI International has selected Duda | Paine Architects to design the building and interiors. DPR Construction is constructing the building and Stewart is providing the civil engineering design. NEMA Management is serving as a consultant to RTI throughout the planning, design, and construction process.

"Given the significance of this type of building in Research Triangle Park, we attracted extremely high caliber firms,” said Brad Washabaugh, vice president of facilities at RTI. “We're looking forward to a strong partnership with all of them and a great new, sustainable and energy efficient building for our staff members.”

Additional specifics about the building are still evolving. More information including details about the building’s groundbreaking will be forthcoming.

 


 

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Highlights

  • RTI International will construct a new 190,000 square foot building on its main campus
  • The building will be a six-story office building, featuring a 300-person multipurpose space, collaboration center, kitchen/dining space and heritage center
  • A four-story parking structure with approximately 650 spaces will be constructed adjacent to the office building