News Trinity Partners Construction Services Completes Modern Renovation of Xerium Technologies’ Corporate Office

May 22, 2014

Xerium ReceptionTrinity Partners Construction Services completed the renovation of the 43,387 SF corporate offices of Xerium Technologies located at 14101 Capital Boulevard in Youngsville, North Carolina. Xerium Technologies, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of specially engineered consumable products used primarily in the production of paper, paperboard, and specific industrial applications.

Phillips Architecture, PA designed the renovated space that includes new office space, fitness center, dining area with full kitchen, and an outdoor patio with kitchen.
Trinity Partners Construction is a division of Trinity Partners and is a licensed general contractor in both North and South Carolina. Trinity was hired by the building’s landlord, Clemmons and Berenthal, LLC, to upfit the space.

“Trinity Partners and Brad Webb not only made sure the project was a success, but expertly reacted to the changes and additions that were requested throughout the project,” said Saul Berenthal. “Brad’s professionalism and willingness to work with our team has left a lasting impression on all of us. We look forward to working with you in the future.”
“The Xerium project was one of the best examples of a team effort that I have experienced in my 30+ years in this industry,” said David Townsend, Partner and Director of Construction Services. “Brokerage, property management, landlord, tenant, architect, engineer and contractor all worked together to create a vibrant new corporate location – new light-filled office space, full fitness center, cafeteria and outdoor patio with kitchen. Trinity Partners Construction is very proud to have been involved with this project and the great people associated with it.”

Trinity Partners Construction Services has outposts in both Raleigh and Charlotte, and has worked on several high-profile spaces, including UNC Carolina Population Center, JELD-WEN’s headquarter space in downtown Charlotte, and Raleigh’s Capital Center, creating their successful pre-built office spaces and upfitting China Tobacco International’s headquarters.

“We’re proud of our growth over the past several years, especially with how we’ve successfullyweathered the financial storm,” said Townsend. “We’re looking forward to taking advantage of the market’s improvement with even more growth across the Carolinas.”