BOULDER, Colorado (July 12, 2013) – Eldorado Climbing Walls, the expert in rock climbing wall design and construction, is thrilled to announce their involvement in the opening of a second Triangle Rock Club in North Raleigh, North Carolina. Eldorado built the first location in Morrisville, and is excited to once again be working with Triangle Rock club on their new location. “Our partnership with Triangle Rock has stood the test of time,” say Eldorado CEO Jerad Wells. “We’re nearing completion on construction of this second location in North Raleigh and are gearing up to continue our relationship and break ground on the expansion of their Morrisville facility.”
Currently, Eldorado is also working on design development for a massive expansion at the original Morrisville location. The expansion will include 50 ft walls in nearly 17,000 new square feet of climbing space. Says Scott Gillam of the TRC, “In our search for a partner for North Raleigh, we considered the only the best wall providers. The quality of Eldorado’s fundamentals, both design and underlying construction, as well as the fit and finish of their final product made our choice easy. And, personally, having set on a variety of walls from homegrown woodies and outdoor platforms to university walls and modern state of the art gyms, I’m psyched to have more Eldo terrain.”
The custom climbing wall at the new North Raleigh location will include 13,100 square feet of high performance climbing terrain, including a 30 foot tall free standing pillar. The number of extra features on the climbing walls goes above and beyond average, setting the new Triangle Rock Club apart as a world class facility and a shining star project in Eldorado’s extensive climbing wall design portfolio. As well as having high quality climbing terrain, the North Raleigh location boasts a dedicated climbers’ lounge, a conference/party room, large restroom and locker-room facilities, and over 100 parking spaces for patrons.
In addition to the expansive space, amenities, and pillar, there are several other features that make the project a one-of-a-kind gym. The walls are constructed with a high polymer concrete with pigments already mixed in, and will never have to be painted, as they will never fade or lose color. The walls also are extremely intricate in design, containing more panels than the average wall for more detail and shape. “This is the highest quality project we have ever built,” says Scott Stein, Project Manager, “it’s really an incredible undertaking.”
Written by: Candie Fisher on July 19th, 2013