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3006
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The Allen Forge building, built in 1925 and located at 417 South Dawson Street, is am example of early 20th century commercial building in Raleigh. Since its restoration in 1996, the building has housed an architect's office and leases commercial space.
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North Carolina Architecture (NoCar NA 730 N8 N67x), Vol. 44 Issue 3, Summer 1996, p20-22, il
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35457
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Frank Harmon offered practical questions to ask when selecting an architect. Questions covered topics such as: a client’s working relationship with the architect; the architect’s professional reputation; costs at every phase of the process. Included were profiles of a single family home, urban residence, residence, artist’s studio and apartment, and private residence. Each profile contained information such as site/location, architect, general contractor, construction year, picture and floor plan, and photographer.
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35454
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Offered in detail for this issue’s report was a school bond slated for voter approval. How the impact could be felt: more classroom space not in trailers; newer buildings; more facilities complying with state building codes. Speaking of better building standards, that took a residential tone as local building professionals met for a seminar. Their goals: learn ways to improve their construction quality, so they could offer home buyers higher customer satisfaction.
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