The only assets that no one can produce more of, water and land are two of the primary focuses at The Wooten Company. For private industry, developers, educational institutions and public entities, our site civil teams provide intimate knowledge of the geographic and subsurface characteristics of the Carolinas, from the mountains all the way to the coast, making it possible to prepare your site in the most complex of environments.
From selection to design, and on through construction, these teams consult extensively with state agencies, economic development specialists, landscape architects and environmental engineers to provide a turn-key product, maximizing your return on investment. Whether your needs involve industrial or agricultural facilities, commercial or institutional developments, subdivisions or master-planned communities, we walk you through predevelopment, regulatory approvals, design drawings and specifications, construction permits, and construction contract administration and construction inspection all the way through a project's close-out. More specifically, we can help you with:
- Surveying & Mapping
- Site Layout Design
- Hydrologic Analysis & Design
- Utility Engineering & Design
- Roadway Plans Design & Planning
- Erosion & Sedimentation Plans
- Subdivision Plans/Plats
- Coastal Development
- Stormwater Design
Our Work in Your Communities
Novo Nordisk Site Design - Clayton, North Carolina
The Wooten Company provided site design services for the facility expansion at the Novo Nordisk plant in Clayton, NC. These services included water distribution design for domestic and fire service, sanitary sewer design - including separate pumping stations for process waste and domestic waste, storm drainage design (including three main stormwater networks ranging in size from 15-inch to 54-inch diameter to collect and deliver the site stormwater to the on-site stormwater wetlands), erosion control design and retaining wall design. This work also included electrical design for the new pump stations.
Campbell Football Stadium Design - Lillington, North Carolina
Campbell University was in need of updating and expanding their football stadium, Barker-Lane Stadium. Prior to the renovation, the stadium only held 2,000 people on temporary grand stands. The project was a joint venture between Little Diversified, the Architect and The Wooten Company. The project added an additional 3,000 seats and a two-story press box to bring the capacity up to a 5,000 person maximum. Working with the University and the project architect, our design team created the site's plans. These plans included site layout, grading, utilities, lighting, landscaping and storm drainage, and the site layout plan included additional parking facilities and associated stormwater management. The expansion to the Stadium was designed with the anticipation of future improvements, since ultimately, Campbell University anticipates the need for a stadium that can hold more than 10,000 fans, as the University continues to ramp up their football program.
M8 Leesville Church Middle School - Wake County Public Schools System
Ratio Architects contracted with The Wooten Company for the design of a new 3-story middle school in the North Raleigh area. The architectural firm asked us to provide design services, construction administration and construction observation services for both on-site and off-site water, on-site sewer and roadway extensions and improvements. On-site water included a fire loop around the school together with off-site water designs including the extension of 3,250 feet of water main. The project's roadway design called for 2,100 feet of extension adjacent to the site and the addition of dedicated turn lanes to assist with high traffic volumes at nearby intersections. Design and construction of the school required concerted coordination efforts between all design team members in order to bring the locally funded project to completion.
Richmond Community College New Classroom Building - Laurinburg, North Carolina
This 19,010 square-foot facility on the campus of Richmond Community College features a nurse training center that houses teaching classrooms, computer classrooms and a 100-seat community room, and a vocational training center that houses classrooms to teach HVAC mechanical system repairs, welding and steel fabrication. The vocational training area is connected to an outdoor teaching area and indoor classrooms and is also connected to the main classroom building with a covered walk.
Our teams performed a complete programming analysis to determine the needs for the nursing and industrial arts curriculums and was responsible for the architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil and site design, including landscape architecture for the project. Specific features included glass enclosed entrances and the covered walkways connecting the main classroom building and the vocational training center. We also designed extensive landscaping that includes wetlands and bioretention ponds to control stormwater.