The Tobacco Pavilion at Heritage Circle is an open-air covered shelter located on the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. The open floor plan is 84’ x 60’ (5,040 square feet) and allows tobacco auctioning to easily take place during the NC State Fair. Located on .5 acres overlooking a scenic lake, The Tobacco Pavilion can easily accommodate groups of up to 400 people.
The structure consists of wood posts and wood scissor trusses with a metal roof covering the structure. The structure also features a stone clad, wood burning fireplace and decorative stamped concrete pad. Pendant lights and a large ceiling fan complement the overall décor of the space.
Firm: Racanelli Construction
Project Title: Tobacco Pavilion at Heritage Circle
Project Location: NC State Fairgrounds – Raleigh, NC
Award Date: 09/03/2015
Completion Date: 10/13/2015
Original Value: $367,600
Final Value: $413,574
Type of Contract: Lump Sum / Public Bid
Firm’s Role: General Contractor
Status of Project: Completed
Client: NC Agriculture and Consumer Services – State Construction Office
Client Point of Contact: Kent Yelverton, 919-807-4100
Architect: HH Architecture – Kristin Hess, 919-828-2301
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