Raynor Smith, P.E. chosen to lead North Carolina State Building Commission

Raynor Smith, P.E., Chief Operation Officer, Building Clarity, has been elected by his peers to serve as the Chairman of North Carolina’s State Building Commission for the 2019-2020 term.

Smith was appointed to the board by Governor Roy Cooper earlier this year and was elected to chair the board in August 2019. The board was created within the Department of Administration to develop and adopt rules and procedures to direct and guide the State’s capital facilities development, construction, and management program.  The Commission consists of nine qualified and appointed members, three members from the State Construction Office, and one representative from the Attorney General’s office.

After receiving this honor, Smith commented, “I am honored to be appointed to the Commission by Governor Cooper where I will have the chance to work with so many talented and devoted design and construction professionals in our State, especially those in the State Construction Office. I am humbled to be nominated by my peers to the board chair position, where I hope to represent and serve them well.”

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