Tarheel was awarded the construction contract for the Grantsboro Town Hall by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The project serves as a home for the Mayor, Town Council and accommodates government and public meetings. The building has a simple design and a low maintenance exterior. Tarheel was responsible for all portions of the project including utilities, grading, paving, and building construction.
Tarheel worked overtime to return this great group of volunteers to a facility that was lost to fire. The new station will house five fire response vehicles and is designed to withstand 131 mph winds and flooding that is common in the area. The design team at Tarheel created a concept that would enable the fire station to have a larger footprint than the original and repurpose a portion of the damaged structure. The building is designed with a generator and gas appliances to allow continuous operation.
Tarheel was the successful Contractor selected to design and construct a Historical Museum for Pamlico County. The United States Department of Agriculture held an open bid for this project and had specific schedule and space requirements to meet the County’s needs. Tarheel’s finishing skills are showcased in the custom built interior woodwork and cabinetry that protects many articles from Pamlico County’s rich history. This facility will be an asset for residents and visitors of Pamlico County for years to come!
Station 19 serves the Oriental area utilizing multiple fire and emergency response vehicles. The architectural masonry veneer and pre-engineered building are installed to yield an energy efficient, durable structure. The efficient design allows the volunteers to devote more of their budget towards equipment and training, in lieu of building maintenance and utilities.