Club founder, Ed Richards, along with Architect Dean Best, developed North Ridge Country Club three miles outside the Raleigh city limits in a tract of undeveloped land. Envisioning the growth of the Capital City heading north, the club had 400 members enrolled by the time it opened.

Today North Ridge Country Club boasts nearly 1,100 members that span through four generations. To this day, the club continues to evolve, providing its members with first-class facilities in a welcoming, family-oriented community.


To address the growing requirements of the Club, meet member expectations, and attract new members,  North Ridge Country Club embarked on a capital improvement program. The Club was looking to replace the existing Cart Barn/Bag Storage facility and build a new Wellness Center.

Chambers verified the program space plans, developed an effective floor plan, and created an exterior design that is fresh yet complementary to the existing campus. The Wellness Center design is inviting with the cardio view overlooking the 18th green, as well as light, open space and tall ceilings throughout. The scope of the project includes the shell building and the interior fit-up along with additional parking.