Construction and Destruction – January 12, 2006

January 12th, 2006
 
 
 
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Almost everywhere you look in downtown Raleigh there is some type of construction related happenings going on. Heres a latest look at some of big ones:

A construction worker welds at the site of the Raleigh convention center.

The corner of Salisbury Street and Martin Street.

The North Carolina State Capitol Building sits at the end of the construction of Fayetteville Street.

The Quorum Center continues to receive exterior cladding.

Two Hannover Square

The Wake County office building at the corner of Davie and Salisbury Street

The West side of the old Raleigh Convention Center is starting to come down.

Some of the last looks at the old Raleigh Convention center intact.

South Saunders Street during rush hour.

The Dawson, Clarion, and Quorum.

Convention center site.

Construction worker in a backhoe.

Construction worker and welding.

Construction cranes make an X.

Construction equipment in Raleigh.

Two Hannover Square sits next to the partially demolished convention center.

An odd site in Raleigh.

The eastern side of the old Raleigh convention center looks pretty brutal.

Sparks fly inside the debris of the old Raleigh convention center.

Close up of debris from the old Raleigh convention center.

Close up of debris from the old Raleigh convention center.

Two Progress Plaza stands tall.

A look down Wilmington Street towards the future site of the RBC Centura Bank Headquarters.

These buildings will soon no longer stand.

Wide overview of the new Raleigh Convention Center Construction site.
Construction and Destruction – January 12, 2006

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