This large, two-story building now houses the new offices for the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) organization. IFC’s second project with CT Wilson Construction followed the construction of a community building that provided transitional housing for Chapel Hill residents. In addition to providing offices for IFC staff, this project supports the organization’s FoodFirst program – a response to a lack of food security in our community’s vulnerable populations. The FoodFirst building houses a community cafeteria and market, which provides hot meals, groceries, and toiletries to those in need.
- Location: Carrboro, NC
- Cost: $4,576,074
- Size: 16,570 sf
- Year: 2020
- Duration: 365 days
- Owner: Inter-Faith Council for Social Service
- Architect/Engineer: Jim Spence Architects