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Member Social and Tour of Transfer Company Food Hall

AIA Triangle Member Social and Tour of Transfer Company

 Export to Your Calendar 5/22/2019
When: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm (Tour) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm (Member Social)
Where: Transfer Company Food Hall
500 East Davie Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  27601
United States
Contact: Christine Stetkiewicz

Online registration is available until: 5/21/2019
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AIA Triangle Member Social and

Tour of Transfer Company Food Hall

Note - Limited space available for tour portion of program


A special thank you to our member social sponsors!








AIA Triangle Member Social and Tour of Transfer Company Food Hall

500 East Davie Street | Raleigh, NC


Welcome to the profession of architecture!

YAF/EP extends special complimentary invitation to

all students, recent grads, and Assoc. AIA members to attend the member social!

The AIA Triangle Young Architect's Forum & Emerging Professionals welcome all recent architecture graduates to the AIA Triangle Member Social to celebrate their great achievement.  Come hang out with the YAF crew, get a behind the scenes look at the Transfer Co. Food Hall and connect with the Triangle/Raleigh architecture community.  Learn about how you can get involved or get access to the many YAF services for young architects and associates - ARE study groups, professional development and mentorship tools, and more socials!


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm:

  • Tour of Transfer Company Food Hall
  • Separate registration required
  • 1.5 LU credit pending approval

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm:

  • AIA Triangle Member Social
  • Separate registration required
  • Open to AIA Members, students/new grads, annual partners, allied organizations, invited guests of AIA member, and member social event sponsors ONLY


Tour of Transfer Company ONLY

  • AIA Member/AIA Triangle Partners (Sponsors): $15
  • Allied Organization Members: $15
  • Guest of AIA member: $20
  • Associate AIA/Students/Recent Grads: $0

Member Social ONLY

  • AIA Member/AIA Triangle Partners (Sponsors): $15
  • Allied Organization Members: $15
  • Guest of AIA member: $20
  • Associate AIA/Students/Recent Grads: $0

Both Tour of Transfer Company and Member Social

  • AIA Member/AIA Triangle Partners (Sponsors): $25
  • Allied Organization Members: $25
  • Guest of AIA member: $35
  • Associate AIA/Students/New Grads: $0


Transfer Co. is a 50,000SF+ food hall, market and gather place located in downtown Raleigh, NC. Built around the concept of connecting communities through food, Transfer Co. features several local food producers and vendors all housed in the historic Carolina Coach Garage and Shop. Amenities in and around the warehouse proper include a Community Hall with access to a variety of food options, Public Plaza for Community Events, Street Activation from the shop building tenants, The Ware Townhomes, and Future Grocery and Event Spaces.



History of the Site and Building

Participants will assess the historical importance of the building(s) and site and discuss how their revitalization plays a role in strengthening the community through connection and placemaking.

Historic Qualities of the Building(s)

Participants will observe and identify important qualities of an existing building that reinforce its historic character based upon a National Historic listing’s description and how that played into the overall project design.

Strategies for Tax Credit Projects

Participants will describe the strategies that were employed for the building and site, in terms of orientation and disposition, to successfully design a Historic Tax Credit project.

Community Component

Participants will identify the different building elements on the site and describe their programmatic roles in addressing community concerns for the project prior to construction.

Code Challenges

Participants will discuss the building codes utilized to allow connectivity between buildings while also producing individual tenant spaces in a mixed-use project.



Daniel Culbertson, AIA

Daniel Culbertson grew up in Greenville, SC, a small town now nationally recognized for its downtown revitalization. He came to architecture through an art and art history background, fostering that interest through high school and into college at Clemson University. After receiving a Masters in Architecture in 2003, he moved with his wife, Melissa, to Phoenix, Arizona to pursue his professional career and take in the outdoors. While in Phoenix, Daniel worked on a diverse set of projects ranging from fire stations and libraries to townhomes and safety training centers, gaining an appreciation for sustainable design in a desert context. This set
the tone for a return to the South, to an area where revitalization would be coupled with an interest in sustainability, and after five years Daniel and his Family returned to settle in Raleigh, NC. Since 2008, he has worked as a Project Architect for Clearscapes, and continues to pursue sustainable design and revitalization efforts as important elements to the success of the profession. Notable projects include the Saxapahaw Rivermill, the recently completed Raleigh Union Station and the Transfer Company (Stone’s Warehouse).


Fred Belledin, AIA

Fred Belledin, AIA has long been interested in both design and craft, joining Clearscapes as an architectural intern in 1997 and involving himself in both the design studio and the art fabrication shop.  Today, Fred’s focus is on urban adaptive use and infill projects through which he seeks to help preserve the craft-based traditions of North Carolina and contribute to the evolution of enduring and desirable urban environments.

Fred’s experience includes many of the firm’s largest and most sustainable projects. The transformation of the Saxapahaw Rivermill into a mixed use community has garnered national attention as one of the most innovative and sustainable industrial reuses in the country. Other notable projects include the Edenton Cotton Mill, a 54-unit residential conversion of a textile mill, and Hudson, a 64-unit mixed use residential adaptive use of the former Hudson Belk department store on  Fayetteville Street. Fred is currently leading the transformation of the former Duquesne Brewery on Pittsburgh’s South Side into a new model of flexible artist housing, work, and community spaces using a mix of low-income housing and historic tax credits.

- Past Chair, Raleigh Historic Development Commission
- Vice Chair / Chair Elect, Preservation North Carolina



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