Upchurch Commons is a 19,400 SF retail and office space infill project near NC Highway 55 (W. Williams Street) which is the main north-south collector located in Apex. Peak was involved with the project from the initial zoning through final stormwater/utility certifications and as-builts. The project is a two story building with contractor basement area […]
The 44 lot subdivision is adjacent to – and part of – the Middle Creek Greenway corridor. The project took advantage of the adjacent environmentally sensitive areas to provide views and greenway access to this natural area. The homes within the project provide move-in and move-up opportunities for families that desire to live in Apex […]
Single family residential development providing workforce housing on 3.5 acres in central Apex. The homes were designed to mimic the small town character for new home owners in the area. Peak was responsible for all design and permitting with the builders through the review process.
An existing contractor yard and storage facility for EJ USA – previously EJ Iron Works – with a new office upgrade. The scope included Site Plan approval for a site originally constructed in 1988 and did not meet current planning guidelines for buffers, setbacks, resource conservation, and access. Peak was able to work with staff […]
Start to finish! Peak Engineering & Design provided a full service delivery including due diligence, zoning, land planning, utility infrastructure design, construction administration and engineering certifications. Peak’s ability to maneuver through the local review and approval process provided our client timely and efficient designs which quickly garnered approval from the Town of Seagroves.
Peak Engineering & Design has completed many projects for municipalities, but this one was particularly interesting! With an active firing range during construction safety took on a whole new meaning. Peak worked with Perry Cox Architects to win the contract and provide all site development services on the project. The 1,400 acre City of Raleigh […]