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A Retail Construction Project is on Target

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1 Company Precision Walls, Inc. Industry Interiors Company Size 1,250 Location Cary, North Carolina USA Project for Duke Medicine Pavilion Project Length 3 years Project Value $10 million On Center Software Solution On-Screen Takeoff® Quick Bid Digital Production Control™ P recision Walls, Inc. (PWI) has grown into one of the Nation's largest specialty con- tractors by providing superior customer service and being a solutions oriented contractor for over 40 years. By partnering with their customers early in the project, Precision Walls develops processes that will allow them to maintain their commitment to quality, service, and safety. They use only the highest quality products and materials available, adhere to strict quality standards to deliver an outstanding finished prod- uct, and provide the highest level of customer service in the industry. Their passion is building strong customer relationships and being the partner that helps drive jobs to successful completion. Family owned and operated by Loy & Elizabeth Allen since 1964, Precision Walls is consistently ranked in the top 10 wall and ceilings contractors in the U.S. as recognized by ENR (Engineering News-Record). Precision Walls first made its name in moveable and specialty wall systems. Continued request by its customers led Precision Walls to enter the commercial drywall market. For over 40 years, the company has remained committed to innovation and continues to incorporate the latest advancements in technology to maximize its efficiencies. All organizations have a set of core values and culture, Precision Walls prides itself in maintaining its fundamental identity—trust built on quality and honest hard work. Whether adding a door in an office or constructing a multi-story office building, Precision Walls has the solution. Their products and services include commercial dry- wall, acoustical ceilings & sound panels, operable & accordion partitions, temporary and demountable partitions, light gauge framing & trusses, prefabricated exterior panel systems, metal panel systems, fire stop systems and EIFS/Stucco. C O L L A B O R AT I V E M E D I CA L P R O J E C T The Duke Medicine Pavilion is a major expansion of the Duke University Hospital system that adds 18 operating rooms, 43 patient acute care units, and 160 critical care and intermediate beds in the 8-floor structure. The 800,000 square feet project comes on the heels of the recent completion of The Cancer Center. The Duke Medicine Pavilion A Retail Construction Project is on Target F O R A Q U I C K C O M P L E T I O N D U E TO C O N S I S T E N C Y A N D P R E PA R AT I O N

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