Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee (PBC+L) is an award-winning, full-service architectural firm specializing in academic and cultural arts projects and sustainable design. With offices in Raleigh and Asheville, North Carolina, PBC+L’s work has been published in numerous professional journals and the firm was ranked 15th in Architecture magazine’s 2012 Top 50 Firms in the nation. Among the firm’s many high profile projects are the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, the thoroughly sustainable Green Square ParkingDeck, also in downtown Raleigh, Triangle Brick’s new headquarters in Durham, and the Health Sciences Building at Wake Technical College.
Tonic Design + Construction is a design/build, or construction-
Don Mertz is an abstract artist who moved to Cary from New York City 12 years ago. He attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and The Art Students League in New York City. He is a member of the Visual Arts Exchange of Raleigh, the Fine Arts League of Cary, and the Durham Art Guild. He is represented by ArtSource Fine Art Gallery in North Hills, Raleigh, and by Joe Rowand Fine Art Services in Chapel Hill.
“All three of these clients fit perfectly with Blueplate PR’s specialization in creative businesses, organizations, and individuals, especially architectural firms and artists,” said Blueplate PR’s owner Kim Weiss. “I’ve admired PBC+L’s and Tonic’s projects for many years and welcome the opportunity to keep that excellent work visible in traditional and online media. I’m also delighted to discover Don’s beautiful art work and look forward to making sure others discover it as well.”
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