Project Details

A  aerial view of the rendering for civic campus that shows three towers near Nash Square Park

Learn how we are evolving our downtown campus! The first phase includes a new multi-story civic tower to consolidate all downtown staff into one building. 

Our goal is to make a key investment in our facilities so that we continue to provide excellent customer service to residents and offer a collaborative, dynamic workspace for employees. The new campus will focus on security, safety, accessibility, and efficiency.  

This project is part of the Percent for Art program and is a part of the Civic Campus Project

About the Artist

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Susan Narduli is a Los Angeles-based artist and architect who works at the intersection of art, media, technology and architecture. She leads an interdisciplinary art studio with a focus on design research and is director of experiential and interactive projects for Cheeky Films.

Narduli has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Architecture from UCLA's School of Architecture and Urban Design, and is currently a licensed architect. Her Narduli Studio located in the Los Angeles area, has received many awards throughout the years, including the Americans for the Arts Year in Review PAN Award in 2017, 2012 and 2010, a CODA Merit Award, the AIA Award of Excellence, and the AIA Honor Award. Prior to having her own studio, Narduli worked as a project designer for Frank Gehry, collaborated on public art projects with Liz Larner and partnered with Gemini GEL founder Elise Grinstein.


December 2019: Artist Call Published

March 2020: Artist Selection Panel selects artist, Susan Narduli

August 2020: Artist under contract

2021 - 2022: Concept Design Phase

2023: Construction Documents

Summer 2024: Phase 1 and Phase 2 Final Design Phase

The completion date for this project is pending.

About Engineering Services

We oversee the design and construction of road, stormwater, and City building projects. We also handle facility and vehicle operations and maintenance.

About Raleigh Public Art

Mission: To create and integrate diverse artworks into Raleigh's landscape in order to establish a vibrant visual environment that provides public places with civic distinction, as well as fostering meaningful connections between people and place.

History: In 2009, the City of Raleigh adopted ordinances creating the Percent Art Program. The program allocates 1% of funds from capital construction projects for public art. Public art associated with City of Raleigh construction projects is managed by the Raleigh Arts Office. More information about Raleigh Arts can be found at  

Capital Improvement Projects that meet the Percent for Art Ordinance standards, such as this one, are eligible to use 1% of construction funding for Public Art. Inclusion of aesthetics and artwork is an investment in our communities, with a focus toward community identity and equity in quality of life. Communities gain cultural, social, and economic value through public art.