We love being in the heart of downtown Apex. Our office is located in the W. A. Hinton & Sons Hardware building (now commonly known as The Meckes Building) which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built around 1912 and was renovated in 2007. Jones & Cnossen Engineering received an Anthemion Award for their contribution towards the "Commercial Rehabilitation" of the building.

Our renovated conference room provides a creative flare to our historic office.

2022 Anthemion Award - Upchurch-Williams House

In September 2022 Capital Area Preservation, Inc. honored Jones & Cnossen Engineering, Powell Property Holdings, Maurer Architecture, Kilian Engineering, Coaly Design and Ross Linden Engineers with an Anthemion Award for their work on the "Commercial Rehabilitation & Adaptive Reuse" of the Upchurch-Williams House. The Upchurch-Williams house (c. 1905) was relocated, restored and converted to a beautiful wedding venue.

Western Wake Crisis Ministry - 11th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Golf Tournament

Western Wake Crisis Ministry (WWCM) is a non-profit that serves western Wake County by cultivating a healthy, hunger-free and housing-stable community. The annual golf tournament is a significant source of funding support. We've been pleased to support WWCM by sponsoring a team in the tournament for the last six years.

We strive to create a professional, relaxed work environment.