Lees-McRae May School of Nursing Grand Opening

The 17,229 SF May School of Nursing grand opening was held October 8, 2014 on the campus of Lees-McRae College. This 2-story brick veneer building with natural wood timbers, and natural stone columns was completed in twelve (12) months. The facility includes training laboratories designed to mock real life experiences found in the health services industry including an actual ambulance arrival, ICU unit, nursing beds, and athletic training facilities.

Lees McRae College: “May School of Nursing and Health Sciences Dedication held October 8, tours and demonstrations hosted for the campus and community”

Lees-McRae May School of Nursing Grand Opening

Shelco employees pictured from left to right: Pat Clapp, Superintendent; Gerard Reid, Executive Vice President; Steve King, Project Manager; D. Edwin Rose, President & CEO

“I have had an extremely positive experience in all three of these major projects with Shelco and will continue to seek them out as future opportunities present themselves. They operate with a high level of integrity and trust which is so critical to us in a contractor relationship. They communicate well with the owner, architect and our employees who may be impacted by construction activity. From Shelco’s President to the on-site supervisor. I always felt I could access the appropriate level of management at any time. I highly recommend Shelco as a general contractor which should be obvious by our history of retaining them on successive projects and intent to continue the relationship in the future.”

—David Stevens

Associate Dean of Finance & Operations
Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC Chapel Hill