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TOP 50 CONTRACTORS The top contractors on the Gulf Coast, ranked by 2013 revenue.


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TOP 50 CONTRACTORS FOLLOW THE MONEY During an economic forecast for a gathering of CEOs at the beginning of the year, economic consultant Anirban Basu of the Sage Policy Group gave the group some simple advice to determine the economy’s health: follow the money. But not just any money — private investment, in particular. Basu said if you are wondering what may happen with a particular industry, look at what the private sector is doing. If it’s spending, it’s probably in good shape. Follow the money. To that point, the Business Observer’s annual list of the top contractors from Pasco to Collier counties has always been a window into the health of the construction industry. The list ranks the top 50 contractors in those counties, by 2013 revenue. Although the numbers on the following pages are reported by the contractors themselves, the section provides an interesting snapshot of construction on the Gulf Coast. Since the recession, we’ve seen a change in the firms that have made the list as well as

their ranking. Many firms shifted their strategies to pursue public dollars during the downturn — practically the only money flowing at the time. Those that weren’t that agile didn’t survive, and a new crop of companies rose to take their place at the top. These days, the top players in the industry have remained fairly stable. The top contractors this year are all familiar names from last year’s list. Power Design, J. Kokolakis Contracting, Prince Contracting and DeAngelis Diamond Construction were the top four firms last year, too, albeit the order has shuffled slightly. Although the top contractors look the same, the projects are starting to look different. If there’s a theme for this year’s section, it would be this: private projects are making a comeback. On this year’s list, you’ll find that many of the contractors listed a private development as their largest project started in 2013. Sure, many are still government projects, covering everything from road expansions to improved

military, school and health care facilities, but there are also some eye-catching private dollars being spent. For example, the $315 million Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota, broke ground in 2013 and has created lots of work to keep contractors busy. In addition to the 880,000-square-foot retail project, sizable hotel, multifamily and condominium developments are popping up on the list. And it’s the start of more to come. Promising projects ready to begin or recently underway include the 1 million-square-foot distribution center for Amazon in Ruskin; Feld Entertainment’s new headquarters in Palmetto, PGT Industries’ new facility in Venice, and IMG Academy’s $40 million renovations of its facilities in Bradenton. The go-go times still shadow the recent progress, but the resurgence of business investment is a positive sign. If Basu is right, it means private companies believe in Florida, and more growth is on the way. They’re betting on it. — Kat Hughes

ON THE COVER: Stellar Development Inc. makes progress on its largest project of 2013 – Riverside Plaza, a $5.35 million, four-story office complex in Palmetto. Read more about Stellar Development Inc. on page 17B.

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1. POWER DESIGN INC.

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ADDRESS: 11600 Ninth St. N., St. Petersburg, 33716 PHONE: 727-210-0492 FAX: 727-210-0503 WEB: powerdesigninc.us 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $189 million MITCH PERMUY

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $141 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 485 YEAR FOUNDED: 1989 PRINCIPALS: Mitch Permuy, CEO; Dana Permuy, chief financial officer; and Meredith Zdon, chief operating officer SPECIALTY: design/build, multifamily and data centers

DANA PERMUY

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Tysons Corner Center Residential, electrical work for an apartment tower with retail and office space and underground parking, McLean, Va., $9.04 million

MEREDITH ZDON

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Camp Lejeune, electrical work on military housing, Jacksonville, N.C., $17.3 million. • 1st and M, electrical and engineering work on a 469-unit mixed-use residence, Washington, D.C., $12.6 million. • 2700 N. Ocean, electrical work on a 484-unit high rise, Singer Island, $12.2 million. • North Bethesda Market electrical work on a 397-unit mixed-use residence, Bethesda, Md., $13.4 million. • Houston Mosaic, electrical work on two, 30-story condominium towers, Houston, $11.8 million.

Tysons Corner Center Residential, McLean, Va.

3. PRINCE CONTRACTING LLC ADDRESS: 10210 Highland Manor Drive, Suite 110, Tampa, 33610 PHONE: 813-699-5900 FAX: 813-699-5901 WEB: prince-sdc.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $147.6 million

Scott Barracks, West Point, N.Y.

2. J. KOKOLAKIS CONTRACTING INC. ADDRESS: 202 E. Center St., Tarpon Springs, 34689

facility, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., $54 million.

PHONE: 727-942-2211

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Army National Guard Training Center Complex, a 149,000-square-foot administrative and dormitory facility to include 148 billet (lodging) rooms, administrative offices, supply and medical rooms, Fort Carson, Colo., $41.2 million. • State University of New York Center of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a 90,000-square-foot facility, Cobleskill, N.Y., $39 million. • Florida A&M University Dormitory, a 245,000-square foot, seven-story, 800bed residence hall, Tallahassee, $37.4 million. • State University of New York Rehabilitate Old Chemistry Classroom #2, an 108,000-square-foot renovation and expansion of an old chemistry building adding three lecture halls and general classrooms, Stony Brook, N.Y., $24 million. • NYC Children’s Center Bronx Campus and Central Services Building, a 113,000-square-foot, two-story, 86-bed children’s center and a 49,000-squarefoot, two-story central services building, Bronx, N.Y., $76 million.

FAX: 727-937-5708 WEB: jkokolakis.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $176 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $118.8 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 200 YEAR FOUNDED: 1972

JOSEPH J. KOKOLAKIS

PRINCIPALS: Joseph J. Kokolakis, president; J. Ted Walker, managing director; Nick Leo, executive vice president; Roderick C. Voigt, vice president; Bill Athanasoulis, vice president; and Arthur W. Gureck Jr., vice president of operations

SPECIALTY: designbuild, construction management and general contracting LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Design/build Scott Barracks project, a restoration and modernization of a 150,500-square-foot, eight-story barracks

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $162.2 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 350 YEAR FOUNDED: 1983 PRINCIPALS: John D. Watson, president; Jack Calandros, Tom Craft and Doug Delaney, vice presidents; and Miguel Faustino, chief financial officer JOHN D. WATSON

SPECIALTY: roadway, bridge, utility and site preparation

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Interstate 75 design/build improvements from near County Road 54 to State Road 52, roadway, drainage, bridges, walls and other infrastructure work as well as the reconstruction of an interchange, Tampa, $71.2 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • U.S. 301 (State Road 43), widening six miles of U.S. 301, Gibsonton, $63 million. • I-75 expansion, widening and reconstruction of 11.4 miles from State Road 56 to Fowler Avenue, an expansion that included replacing three bridges, widening 16 bridges, constructing temporary bridges and storm drainage, Tampa, $94.7 million. • Interstate roadwork, reconstructing State Road 84, widening Interstate 595, and constructing reversible

Interstate 75, Tampa express lanes along 4.3 miles of the I-595 Express Project Corridor, Fort Lauderdale, $86 million. • Southwest Florida International Airport Connector, new roadways, an interchange and five bridges from Interstate 75 to the mid-field terminal facilities, Fort Myers, $54 million. • State Road 50 expansion: widening and reconstructing of a state road from four lanes to six lanes from east of Dean Road to east of Avalon Park Road, Orlando, $67.9 million.


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Health City Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

4. DEANGELIS DIAMOND CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 6635 Willow Park Drive, Naples, 34109 PHONE: 239-594-1994 FAX: 239-594-1995 WEB: DeangelisDiamond.com DAVID B. DIAMOND

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $124 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $100 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 89 YEAR FOUNDED: 1996

PRINCIPALS: David B. Diamond, founder/president; John M. DeAngelis, JOHN M. DEANGELIS founder/vice president; Norman Gentry, vice president/principal; Jay Waltbillig, vice president/principal; Reggie Morgan, CEO of health care group; Jay Howard, founder/principal for BUILD; and William Gaston, founder/principal for BUILD

SPECIALTY: commercial, health care and public LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Health City Cayman Islands, 140-bed hospital building, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. $40 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • The Residences at Coconut Point, more than 280 residential condominiums above/adjacent to an upscale 1.2 millionsquare-foot retail/office development, Estero, $72 million. • Arthrex Ave Maria, two-story, 190,000-square-foot facility consisting of office, manufacturing space and clean room space for inventory and packaging products for shipping, Ave Maria, $25 million. • Park Royal Psychiatric Hospital, a 76-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital facility, Fort Myers, $14 million. • Naples Lakes Country Club, 28,000 square feet of interior renovation and a clubhouse expansion, Naples, $4 million. • The Inn on Fifth, a 40,000-square-foot extension to the existing hotel across the street from the hotel, Naples, $10 million.

The Mall at University Center, Sarasota

5. RIPA AND ASSOCIATES LLC ADDRESS: 1409 Tech Blvd., Suite 1, Tampa, 33619 PHONE: 813-623-6777 FAX: 813-663-6724 WEB: ripatampa.com FRANK P. RIPA

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $110 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $70 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 400 YEAR FOUNDED: 1998

CHRIS LAFACE

PRINCIPALS: Frank P. Ripa, CEO; and Chris LaFace, president SPECIALTY: site, utili-

ties and roadway construction LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: The Mall at University Center, 880,000-square-foot shopping center, Sarasota, did not disclose NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Amazon Distribution Center, site construction, paving, utilities for a distribution facility, Ruskin, DND. • St. Joes Hospital South, site construction, paving and utilities for a hospital, Riverview, DND. • Estancia, site construction, utilities and roadways for a community, Wesley Chapel, DND. • Watergrass, site construction, utilities and roadways for a community, Wesley Chapel, DND. • Waterset, site construction, utilities and roadways for a community, Apollo Beach, DND.

6. HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION INC.

JOHN MCCAUGHERTY

MICHAEL BEAUSIR

EARLE COOPER

DONALD ONDREJCAK

Sawgrass Village Publix supermarket and retail shopping center, Ponte Vedra Beach

ADDRESS: 1430 L&R Industrial Blvd., Tarpon Springs, 34689

CHANGE FROM 2012 TO 2013: 5.4%

PHONE: 727-938-9719

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 113

FAX: 727-938-3208

YEAR FOUNDED: 1975

WEB: hawkinsnet.com

PRINCIPALS: John McCaugherty, president; Michael Beausir, executive vice president; Earle Cooper, executive vice president; and Donald Ondrejcak, executive vice president

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $102 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $96.75 million

SPECIALTY: general contractor, construction management and design/build LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Sawgrass Village, demolition and construction of new Publix supermarket and retail shopping center, Ponte Vedra Beach, $7 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Coastal Landings, retail center, Brooksville, $16 million.

• Highland Town Center Shopping Center, retail center, Lakeland, $15.6 million. • Clearwater Mall, a more than 265,000-square-foot retail center, Clearwater, $15 million. • The Shops at Surfside, shopping center, Cape Coral, $14.5 million. • The Forum Shopping center, shopping center, Fort Myers, $14.2 million.


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University Corners at University of Florida, Gainesville

7. CORE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES OF FLORIDA LLC ADDRESS: 8027 Cooper Creek Blvd., Suite 110, University Park, 34201 PHONE: 941-343-4300 FAX: 941-552-0245 WEB: coreconstruction. com JOHN WISEMAN

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $95 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $55 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 51 YEAR FOUNDED: 1981 PRINCIPALS: John Wiseman, president; Brent Elliott, vice president of operations; Brian Jones, director of development; and Denise Young, director of business development SPECIALTY: renovation, restoration and additions, design-build and construction management

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: University Corners at University of Florida, a 1,200-bed luxury student housing building, 140-room Hyatt Place Hotel, 1,200-space parking garage, grocery store and ground-floor retail, Gainesville, $120 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • LightHouse Commons at Edison State College, a 405-bed student housing facility, Fort Myers, $19.3 million. • Village at Ranch Lake, a 336-unit, three-story, garden-style walk-up apartment complex, Bradenton, $24.99 million. • Trio at Encore!, a 141-unit multifamily development, Tampa, $18 million. • The Hotel Marquette and Marriott Courtyard, renovation and new construction of a 287-room, 10-story historic hotel, Peoria, Ill., $45 million. • Osprey Lodge at Lakeview Crest, a 124-unit assisted-living facility with an Alzheimer’s building, Tavares, $12 million.

FedEx Ground Distribution Center, Billings, Mont.

8. ZIRKELBACH CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 1415 10th St. W., Palmetto, 34221 PHONE: 941-729-0000 FAX: 941-729-0007 WEB: zconstruction.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $87 million

ALAN 2012 GROSS REVZIRKELBACH ENUE: $66 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 49 YEAR FOUNDED: 1996 PRINCIPALS: Alan Zirkelbach, president; Jim Pastor, executive vice president; Craig Zirkelbach, vice president; and Charlie Woehle, vice president of construction SPECIALTY: design/build, commercial, industrial and construction management LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: FedEx Ground Distribution Center, 150,000-square-foot distribution center, Billings, Mont., $17 million NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Lynches River Electric Cooperative, 26,000-square-foot headquarters, 17,900-square-foot warehouse and 16,900-square-foot vehicle-storage facility, Pageland, S.C., $11 million • Manatee County Courthouse, facade renovation to a historic courthouse, Bradenton, $2.5 million • Downtown Bradenton Transit Station, a bus terminal and art walk, Bradenton, $2.5 million • Hendrick Honda of Easley, a standalone two-story, 40,540-square-foot car dealership and associated site work, Easley, S.C., $4.7 million • Manatee School for the Arts, a threestory, 41,200-square-foot classroom building and associated site work, Palmetto, $4.2 million

Tarpon Springs Middle School, Tarpon Springs

1800 West End Mixed-Use, Nashville

9. BCH MECHANICAL INC.

10. KELLOGG AND KIMSEY INC.

ADDRESS: 6354 118th Ave. N., Largo, 33773 PHONE: 727-546-3561 FAX: 727-545-1801 WEB: bchmechanical. com

DARYL W. BLUME

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $64.2 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $62.05 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 436 YEAR FOUNDED: 1976 PRINCIPALS: Daryl W. Blume, president; Daniel J. Allen, vice president of operations; Brian Wilkinson, vice president of sales; and John Fields, chief financial officer SPECIALTY: HVAC, plumbing and medical gas

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Tarpon Springs Middle School, replacing all of the mechanical systems in a middle school, Tarpon Springs, $3.3 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • St. Joseph North Hospital, HVAC and plumbing for a 350,000-square-foot hospital, Tampa, $31 million. • Tampa General Hospital Expansion, HVAC, plumbing and sheet metal on a hospital wing, Tampa, $25 million. • The Amway Center, plumbing and piping for an 18,500-seat NBA arena, Orlando, $8.5 million. • Burnham Institute for Medical Research, HVAC, plumbing and medical gas work for a medical facility, Orlando, $16.2 million. • Nielson Media Research Center, HVAC, plumbing, and a full automation system for a 616,000-square-foot corporate campus, Oldsmar, $15 million.

ADDRESS: 6077 Clark Center Ave., Sarasota, 34238 PHONE: 941-927-7700 FAX: 941-927-7705 WEB: kelloggkimsey. com PHILIP A. KELLOGG

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $60 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $45 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 45 YEAR FOUNDED: 1986 PRINCIPALS: Philip A. Kellogg, president; Charles B. Kimsey, executive vice president; and David Pfeil, vice president of operations SPECIALTY: retail, hospitality, multifamily, restaurant and general commercial LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: 1800 West End Mixed-Use, two Marriott branded hotels of 245 rooms, retail, bank office space and a parking garage, Nashville, $27 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Hotel Sierra, a 17-story hotel and parking garage, Charlotte, N.C., $19 million. • Aloft Hotel and Parking Garage, a 115unit, five-story hotel over three levels of parking and retail/restaurant space, Asheville, N.C., $18.5 million. • Ritz-Carlton Beach Club, a luxury beach club with restaurant, swimming pools and underground parking, Sarasota, $17.2 million. • Boca Vista Condominiums, 100 residential units in five, six-story condominium buildings plus amenities, Placida, $20 million. • Saks Fifth Avenue, a two-story retail store in University Town Center, Sarasota, $9.3 million.


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11. BROOKS AND FREUND LLC ADDRESS: 5661 Independence Circle, Suite 1, Fort Myers, 33912 PHONE: 239-939-5251 FAX: 239-939-5117 WEB: brooksandfreund.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $57 million RICHARD FREUND

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $38 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 30 YEAR FOUNDED: 2000 PRINCIPALS: Richard Freund, manager SPECIALTY: design-build, general contractor and construction manager LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Aster at Lely Apartments, a 308-unit apartment complex with clubhouse and garages, Naples, $24.51 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • American Momentum Bank, a five-story bank building, Naples, $8.17 million. • Diversified Yacht Services, demolition of a marina facility and construction of a 50,000-square-foot large-vessel service facility and 10,000-square-foot harbormaster outpost, Fort Myers, $15.18 million. • Palms of Punta Gorda, 16,000-squarefoot addition to an existing assistedliving facility, Punta Gorda, $1,8 million. • Paseo, 54 multi-story buildings, Fort Myers, $39.19 million. • Renaissance Preserve, affordable-housing community with 35 townhomes, Fort Myers, $22.25 million.

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Finale Condominium, Clearwater Beach

Wendover Arts Group, Largo

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12. ED TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 2713 N. Falkenburg Road, Tampa, 33619 PHONE: 813-623-3724 FAX: 813-621-1439 WEB: edtaylor.net BRIAN JACKSON

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $55 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $44 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 45 YEAR FOUNDED: 1991 PRINCIPALS: Brian Jackson, president; R. Mark Weaver, vice president; and James Walters, secretary/ treasurer

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sanibel Harbor Resort, reconstruction of a resort hotel damaged by a hurricane, Sanibel, $18.8 million. • Tropical Sportswear, an office building, Tampa, $14.4 million. • Cypress Bay Executive Office, an office building, Tampa $13.2 million. • Microlumen, an office and manufacturing facility, Oldsmar, $9.7 million. • Feld Entertainment, redevelopment of an existing industrial property into a global headquarters for a large entertainment company, Palmetto, $20 million.

story, 23-unit condominium, Clearwater Beach, $8.1 million.

PHONE: 727-461-5522

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Manatee High School Davis Building, removal and replacement of the existing Davis Building with an 800-seat auditorium, dressing rooms, classrooms, music labs, practice areas, teaching kitchen and dining area, Bradenton, $17.27 million. • Ruth Eckerd Hall, expansion and renovation of a performing arts hall and construction of an educational facility, Clearwater, $21 million. • Lakeland Regional Medical Center M Wing, a patient tower, Lakeland, $33.8 million. • Tarpon Springs Elementary School, a 110,000-square-foot school, Tarpon Springs, $24.6 million. • USF St. Petersburg Multi-Purpose Student Center, six-story, 200-bed residence hall connected to a twostory student services building with a ballroom, meeting space and dining services, St. Petersburg, $16.5 million.

FAX: 727-447-4808 WEB: creativecontractors.com

SPECIALTY: commercial and industrial LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Wendover Arts Group, industrial building, Largo, $8 million.

ADDRESS: 620 Drew St., Clearwater, 33755

ALAN BOMSTEIN

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $48.3 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $88.1 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 63 YEAR FOUNDED: 1974 PRINCIPALS: Alan Bomstein, president, CEO; Alan Holderith, senior vice president; Jerry Siminski, senior vice president; Joshua Bomstein, vice president; and Jim Cacini, vice president SPECIALTY: construction management, health care and educational buildings LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Finale Condominium, a seven-


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Alligator Creek, Clearwater

14. KIMMINS CONTRACTING CORP. ADDRESS: 1501 E. Second Ave., Tampa, 33605 PHONE: 813-247-0147 FAX: 813-367-4214 WEB: kimmins.com

JOSEPH M. WILLIAMS

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $45 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $43 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 201 YEAR FOUNDED: 1923 PRINCIPALS: Joseph M. Williams, president SPECIALTY: civil site work, demolition and stone and aggregate sales LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Tampa water line work, construct and maintain all water lines in the city, Tampa, $12.9 million.

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Alligator Creek, furnish and install a 410-linear-foot culvert in a creek and redevelop the site with ponds and storm drains for a future GE building, Clearwater, $2.5 million. • St. Joseph’s Heart Center Hospital, Tampa, demolition of the existing site and generator building and construction of a lift station, storm-piping, water, fire services, concrete pavement and site pavement, Tampa, did not disclose. • St. Anthony’s Hospital, demolition of the existing site and interior building demolition, earthwork, storm piping, water, fire, concrete pavement and site pavement, St. Petersburg, DND. • Tampa Port Authority Petroleum Facilities Improvements, installation of roadway, Tampa, DND. • Tampa International Airport parking rehabilitation, replacement of the entrance and exit ramps, Tampa, DND.

15. WILLIS A. SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 5001 Lakewood Ranch Blvd. N., Sarasota, 34240 PHONE: 941-366-3116 FAX: 941-954-5509 WEB: willissmith.com DAVID E. SESSIONS

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $44 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $68.4 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 60 YEAR FOUNDED: 1972 PRINCIPALS: David E. Sessions, CEO/ president; F. John LaCivita, vice president; and Kim French, vice presidentclients SPECIALTY: arts and cultural, health are, governmental, higher education/ K12, industrial and religious LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: PGT Glass Manufacturing Facility, a 96,000-square-foot glass processing facility with additional space for future manufacturing and operations, North

Venice, $15 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • LECOM School of Dental Medicine, dental school with two lecture halls, 11 dental suites and a 47,250-square-foot patient clinic, Lakewood Ranch, $33 million. • Booker High School rebuild, construction and renovation of a 330,000-square-foot school campus. Sarasota, $48 million • Suncoast Polytechnical High School and Sarasota County Technical Center Rebuild, 65,000-square-foot and 200,000-square-foot high school and technical program facilities, Sarasota, $73 million. • Matzke Transportation facility, redevelopment of an 11,000-square-foot, 4.8-acre fleet maintenance facility, Bradenton, $17.9 million. • Ringling College of Art and Design North Hall Student Housing and Academic Building, a 75,000-square-foot five-story multi-housing facility and 82,000-square-foot, five-story building with studios, gallery spaces and auditorium space, Sarasota, $35 million.


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Sundial open-air complex, St. Petersburg

CB Richard Ellis Tampa Headquarters

16. ICONSTRUCTORS ADDRESS: 2502 N. Rocky Point Drive, Suite 1000, Tampa, 33607

Tampa Headquarters, 66,000-square-foot corporate interior renovation, Tampa, did not disclose.

PHONE: 813-287-9000

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • The Tampa Club, high-end, multi-floor interior renovation, Tampa, DND. • CB Richard Ellis Tampa Headquarters, interior renovations, Tampa, DND. • PNC Financial, ground-up bank building, Tampa, DND. • Florida Blue, multiple ground-up and interior renovations of retail locations, Tampa, Miami, Jacksonville, Winter Park, Sunrise, Pembroke Pines, Estero, Tallahassee, Sarasota, Pinellas Park, Carrollwood, Hialeah, North Miami Beach, Clermont and Port St. Lucie, DND.. • Chase Bank, multiple ground-up and interior renovations of retail locations, Mount Dora, New Port Richey, Fort Myers, Safety Harbor, Bradenton, Palm Harbor, Lakeland, Lady Lake, Sarasota, Largo, St. Petersburg, Venice, Tampa, Bonita Springs, Orlando and Jacksonville. DND.

FAX: 813-287-9010 WEB: iconstructors.com MICHAEL MONTECALVO

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $43 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $40 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 48 YEAR FOUNDED: 2009 PRINCIPALS: Robert Healy, president; Michael Montecalvo, executive vice president; Kevin Murphy, executive vice president; and Edward Smith III, executive vice president SPECIALTY: general contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

17. HENNESSY CONSTRUCTION SERVICES CORP. ADDRESS: 2300 22nd St. N., St. Petersburg, 33713 PHONE: 727-821-3223 FAX: 727-822-5726 WEB: hcsfl.com BRONSON ALEXANDER

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $39.96 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $22.4 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 35 YEAR FOUNDED: 1920 PRINCIPALS: Bronson Alexander, CEO, owner; and Mark Stalker, president SPECIALTY: construction management, design/build and general contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Sundial, renovation of a two-story, open-air complex with high-end retail shops and restaurants, St. Petersburg, $16.69 million.

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • City of St. Petersburg Mahaffey Theater, renovation and additions to a 95,000-square-foot theater, St. Petersburg, $21.74 million. • St. Anthony’s Hospital, interior and exterior renovation of an existing hospital and other campus enhancement, St. Petersburg, $20.24 million. • Museum of Fine Arts New Hazel Hough Wing, a 35,800-square-foot addition and a conservatory to an existing museum, St. Petersburg, $17.65 million. • Westminster Shores Bahama Place building, a 78,000-square-foot independent-living building with 20 units and associated amenities, St. Petersburg, $14.65 million. • Pinellas County Public Works Operations and Vehicle Storage Buildings, a hurricane-hardened emergency operations center with fail-over power, water systems and storage for 32 vehicles, Clearwater, $27.39 million.

19. WOODRUFF AND SONS INC. ADDRESS: P.O. Box 10127, Bradenton, 34282 PHONE: 941-756-1871 FAX: 941-755-1379 School Board of Sarasota County Bus Depot facility, North Port

18. MCINTYRE ELWELL AND STRAMMER GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC. ADDRESS: 1645 Barber Road, Sarasota, 34240 PHONE: 941-377-6800 FAX: 941-378-2296 WEB: mesgc.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $38.5 million JOHN A. MCINTYRE

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $46 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 79 YEAR FOUNDED: 1987 PRINCIPALS: John A. McIntyre, president; Fred Strammer, vice president of estimating and sales; Ryan McIntyre, vice president of retail construction; Mark Freeman, vice president of operations and secretary; and Greg Elwell, vice president of business development SPECIALTY: commercial construction, senior care, apartments, schools and retail

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Publix #1427, demolition of an existing grocery store and build-out of a new 50,000-square-foot grocery store, Tallahassee, $3.5 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Bay Haven School of Basics Plus, a cafetorium, media center and classroom addition, Sarasota, $8 million • Publix Super Market, interior renovations to an existing grocery store, Miami, $2.1 million. • Beall’s Department Store/Beall’s Outlet, a 86,000-square-foot building for two stores, Fernandina Beach, $1.9 million. • Whole Foods Market, interior build-out for a 38,000-square-foot grocery store, Carrollwood, $2.8 million. • School Board of Sarasota County Bus Depot facility, a 11,163-square-foot facility with parking for more than 100 buses with two maintenance bays and lifts, North Port, $2.2 million.

WEB: woodruffandsons.com DONALD WOODRUFF

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $37 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $34 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 183 YEAR FOUNDED: 1946

BRUCE WOODRUFF treasurer

PRINCIPALS: Donald Woodruff, president; Bruce Woodruff, vice president; and Linda Wakeman, secretary/

SPECIALTY: sewer, waterline installation, site development and road building LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: River Road and U.S. 41 Intersection, utility and roadway improvements, Venice, $8.70 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • U.S. 301 from Erie Road to County Road 675, utility and roadway improvements, Parrish, $21.13 million. • Sawgrass Lake Restoration Project, lake restoration, St. Petersburg, $22.4 million. • Tidewater Preserve, residential utility and site development, Bradenton, $11.79 million.

River Road and U.S. 41 intersection, Venice • University Town Center, phase 1B, underground utilities and retail site development, Sarasota, $17.12 million. • Peace River Phase 2 Pipeline Interconnect, seven miles of 42-inch water-main pipeline, North Port, $10.1 million.


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21. CONDITIONED AIR CORP. OF NAPLES INC. ADDRESS: 3786 Mercantile Ave., Naples, 34104 PHONE: 239-643-2445 FAX: 239-643-0996 WEB: conditionedair.com 2013 GROSS REVW. THEODORE ENUE: $35 million ETZEL III 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $27.8 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 260 YEAR FOUNDED: 1962 PRINCIPALS: W. Theodore Etzel III, CEO; Keith Walker, president and chief op-

Immokalee Airport runway, Immokalee

20. OWENAMESKIMBALL CO. ADDRESS: 11941 Fairway Lakes Drive, Fort Myers, 33913 PHONE: 239-5614141 FAX: 239-561-1996 DAVID DALE

WEB: owen-ameskimball.com

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $36 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $36 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 35 YEAR FOUNDED: 1982 PRINCIPALS: David Dale, president; Patrick Conran, vice president; Steve Richards, vice president; and Jan C. Prindle, vice president SPECIALTY: general contractor, construction management and design/ build LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Immokalee Airport Runway 9-27 Rehabilitation, reconstructing a runway, taxiways and more, Immokalee, $7.23 million NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • East, Neil Armstrong and Peace River Replacement Schools, new schools to replace multiple hurricane-damaged elementary schools, Charlotte County, $65 million • South Fort Myers High School, new school, Fort Myers, $37 million. • Southwest Florida International Airport Runway 6/24 and Taxiway A Rehabilitation, runway and taxiway replacement, Fort Myers, $26.4 million. • Florida Gulf Coast University Lutgert School of Business, education building, Fort Myers, $17 million. • Marco Marriott Resort and Spa Renovations, extensive renovation of a hotel and amenities, Marco Island, $50 million.

Private residence, Naples erating officer; and Carol Papesh, senior vice president and chief financial officer SPECIALTY: HVAC, sales, service and design/build LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Ritz-Carlton renovation, installation of 533 HVAC fan coils, diffusers and thermostats, Naples, $764,000. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Private residence, cooling tower, heat pump and dehumidification HVAC sys-

tem, Naples, $1.1 million. • Private residence, Florida heat pump and HVAC system, Naples, $360,000. • Conservancy Environmental Planning Center, Florida heat pump and HVAC system, Naples, $350,000. • Horizon Business Services and Data Center, HVAC system, Naples, $315,000. • Methodist Church, HVAC system upgrades and a dehumidification system, Naples, $130,000.


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22. CROWTHER ROOFING AND SHEET METAL OF FLORIDA INC. ADDRESS: 2543 Rockfill Road, Fort Myers, 33916 PHONE: 800-741-3114 FAX: 239-332-0939 WEB: crowther.net

KEVIN M. CALLANS

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $34.2 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $37.7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 325 YEAR FOUNDED: 1974 PRINCIPALS: Kevin M. Callans, president; and Thomas S. Callans, secretary/treasurer

THOMAS S. CALLANS

SPECIALTY: roofing, HVAC and light-gauge metal trusses LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Terraces, metal trusses, built-up roofing, lightweight insulating concrete and concrete title for an assisted-living facility, Bonita Springs, $4.8 million

The Terraces at Bonita Springs senior living community, Bonita Springs

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Moore Haven Middle/High School, built-up, roofing and standing-seam metal roof for schools, Moore Haven, $2.04 million.

• Dunbar High School, built roofing for a school, Fort Myers, $1.95 million. • Park Shore Landings, roofing project for a condominium proj-

ect, Naples, $1.97 million. • Bayshore Apartments, metal trusses, built-up roofing, lightweight insulation and concrete and concrete title for an apart-

ment complex, Tampa, $1.51 million. • Riverdale High School, reroofing a school, Fort Myers, $1.37 million.

Booker High School, Sarasota

23. B&I CONTRACTORS INC. ADDRESS: 2701 Prince St., Fort Myers, 33916 PHONE: 239-332-4646 FAX: 239-332-5928 WEB: bandicontractors. com GARY H. GRIFFIN

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $33.7 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $44 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 282 YEAR FOUNDED: 1960 PRINCIPALS: Gary H. Griffin, president; Jason N. Grabowski, vice president; and Brian Kelly, secretary SPECIALTY: mechanical, electrical and plumbing LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: Booker High School, HVAC work for renovations and additions to a historic high school, Sarasota, $5.1 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Arthrex, manufacturing and warehouse facility, mechanical work and fuel system for a 200,000-square-foot manufacturing plant with 60,000 square feet of clean room space, Ava Maria, $4.8 million. • Florida International University– Science Classroom, HVAC work for a six-story 137,000-square-foot lab/classroom complex, Miami, $4.5 million. • Terraces at Bonita Springs, HVAC work for a retirement community, Bonita Springs, $2.5 million. • Ritz-Carlton at Naples, HVAC and electrical work for renovation of the common areas and restaurant, Naples, $900,000. • Boston Red Sox – Spring Training Facility, HVAC, plumbing and fire sprinkler work for new major league spring training facility, Fort Myers, $3 million.

Hobby Lobby, Lakewood, Wash.

24. TDS CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 4239 63rd St. W., Bradenton, 34209

SPECIALTY: retail and tenant buildouts

PHONE: 941-795-6100

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Hobby Lobby, interior build-out of a retail store, Lakewood, Wash., $1.47 million.

FAX: 941-795-6101 WEB: tdsconstruction. com DAVID K. SCHERER

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $33.4 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $28.5 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 75 YEAR FOUNDED: 1987 PRINCIPALS: David K. Scherer, president; Robert D. Baker, vice president of construction; and Ron E. Strange, senior project manager

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • HH Gregg, retail tenant finishes, Orlando, $1.8 million. • Z Gallerie, new retail store, Pembroke Pines, $1.17 million. • Burlington Coat Factory, retail tenant improvements, Glen Allen, Va., $1.24 million. • T.J. Maxx, retail store interior build-out, Inverness, $1.65 million. • Wal-Mart #817, retail store interior build-out, Kissimmee, $1.2 million.


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Sysco Foodservice, New Orleans Florida Polytechnic University, Lakeland

25. SUTTER ROOFING 26. APG ELECTRIC CO. OF FLORIDA ADDRESS: 8284 Vico Court, Sarasota, 34240

tenance and repairs, architectural sheet metal and custom residential applications

PHONE: 941-377-1000

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Sysco Foodservice, reroofing a 250,000-square-foot facility, New Orleans, $2.25 million.

FAX: 941-377-4499 WEB: sutterroofing.com

STEPHEN F. SUTTER

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $32.5 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $33.2 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 258 YEAR FOUNDED: 1979 PRINCIPALS: Stephen F. Sutter, chairman; Douglas C. Sutter, president; and Bradley W. Sutter, vice president service division; B Thomas Henry, chief financial officer; Scott Wilson, vice president operations; and John Kenney, vice president of sales SPECIALTY: commercial roofing, main-

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Publix freezer and distribution expansion, roofing a 700,000-square-foot freezer building, Lakeland, $3.55 million. • Sysco Distribution Center, reroofing a 300,000-square-foot building, Bradenton, $2.4 million. • Orlando Regional Medical Center, roofing a new bed tower, Orlando $1.3 million. • Sarasota Memorial Hospital, New Patient Tower, all tie-ins for central energy power plant, Sarasota, $1.65 million. • Arthrex Manufacturing, roofing a 140,000-square-foot manufacturing plant, Naples, $780,000.

ADDRESS: 4825 140th Ave. N., Suite K, Clearwater, 33762 PHONE: 727-530-0077 FAX: 727-530-0045 WEB: apgelectric.com

JOHN R. KAVULA

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $29.4 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $30.3 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 270 YEAR FOUNDED: 1983 PRINCIPALS: John R. Kavula, chairman and CEO; Jerry Lightner, chief operating officer; Mike Henley, president; and Chris Johnson, vice president SPECIALTY: electrical contracting and engineering LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Florida Polytechnic University, voice and data cabling, networking,

mass notification, security, CCTV, access control, building automation, and audio/ visual systems for three college buildings, Lakeland, $4.78 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Universal Studios Island of Adventure: The Lost Continent, theme park rides and attractions, Orlando, $13.98 million. • St. Joseph’s Hospital Emergency Power, new central energy plant and upgrade of emergency power system for existing hospital, Tampa, $24 million. • Tampa International Plaza, a two-level mall with restaurants and parking, Tampa, $6.18 million. • St. Joseph’s Hospital North, threelevel acute-care hospital, Tampa, $26 million. • Boca Ciega High School, extensive renovation of an existing high school including several new buildings, Gulfport, $10 million.


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27. HALFACRE CONSTRUCTION CO. ADDRESS: 7015 Professional Parkway E., Sarasota, 34240 PHONE: 941-907-9099 FAX: 941-907-9079 WEB: halfacreconstruction.com JACK COX

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $25 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $25 million

DALAS LAMBERSON, center, at Dr. Phillips Master Pump Station, Orange County

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 22

28. TLC DIVERSIFIED INC.

YEAR FOUNDED: 1970 ANDREW STULTZ

PRINCIPALS: Jack Cox, president/CEO; Andrew Stultz, vice president; and Reed Giasson, vice president of operations

ADDRESS: 2719 17th St. E., Palmetto, 34221

SPECIALTY: design/ build, construction management, industrial, office and infrastructure LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Charlotte County Airport Authority terminal site REED Improvements, parking GLASSON lot and rental car parking expansion, Punta Gorda, $1.5 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Gold Coast Eagle Distributing headquarters, a 150,000-square-foot distribution facility with cold storage space and 20,000 square feet of office space, Lakewood Ranch, $16 million. • Sarasota County Board of Realtors Headquarters Offices, a 15,000-square-

PHONE: 941-722-0621 FAX: 941-722-1382 WEB: tlcdiversified.com Charlotte County Airport Authority air traffic control tower, Punta Gorda foot office building with meeting/training rooms, Sarasota, $2.6 million. • Port Manatee Warehouse #11, a 171,000-square-foot warehouse, Palmetto, $5.7 million. • Charlotte County Airport expansion, adding a new administration and terminal complex, Punta Gorda, $8.2 million. • Utopia Packaging, a 52,000-square-foot food packing facility, Myakka City, $2.3 million.

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $23 million

THURSTON LAMBERSON 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $25 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 80 YEAR FOUNDED: 1985 PRINCIPALS: Thurston Lamberson, president; Joanne Lamberson, senior vice president; and Dalas Lamberson, vice president of operations SPECIALTY: water and wastewater infrastructure

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Dr. Phillips Master Pump Station improvements, erect new master sewage pump station, Orange County, $3.35 million NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Century Village North Reclaimed Water Facility, upgrades to a water-treatment plant, Palm Beach County, $3.8 million. • Headworks screening and grit removal project, water-treatment plant improvements, Clearwater, $5.65 million. • Water and wastewater treatment upgrades, treatment plant upgrades, Martin County, $6.1 million. • Water Conservation II Facility treatment improvements, expansion and upgrades to wastewater treatment plant, Orlando, $11.6 million.

Florida Gulf Coast University central energy plant, Fort Myers

28. UNITED MECHANICAL INC. ADDRESS: 8170 Mainline Parkway, Fort Myers, 33912 PHONE: 239-939-4502 FAX: 239-939-4225 WEB: umihvac.com MICHAEL A. CLARK

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $23 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $22 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 110 YEAR FOUNDED: 1987 PRINCIPALS: Michael A. Clark, president; and Don Pine, vice president SPECIALTY: HVAC, plumbing and mechanical service

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Florida Gulf Coast University central energy plant, HVAC improvements for the expansion of the central energy plant, Fort Myers, $1.35 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sarasota Memorial Central Energy Plant, HVAC and plumbing for a central energy plant, Sarasota, $6.2 million. • James Stephens Academy, HVAC and plumbing for a remodel/addition to school, Fort Myers, $3.1 million. • Chico’s headquarters building 10, HVAC for a new three-story office building, Fort Myers, $3 million-plus. • Park Royal Psychiatric Hospital, HVAC and plumbing for a psychiatric hospital, Fort Myers, $3.4 million. • Gartner Headquarters, HVAC for a large office building, Fort Myers, $2.5 million.

Off 5th, Saks Fifth Avenue outlet, Sunrise

29. R.E. CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION LLC ADDRESS: 6771 Professional Parkway W., Suite 100, Sarasota, 34240 PHONE: 941-907-0010 FAX: 941-907-0030 WEB: recrawford.com JEFFREY T. SMITH

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $22.2 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $18 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 35 YEAR FOUNDED: 1996 PRINCIPALS: Jeffrey T. Smith, president; Utahna Smith, vice president, CFO

SPECIALTY: retail, office, restaurant and medical LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Off 5th, Saks Fifth Avenue outlet, a retail store, Sunrise, $2.1 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Russell Stover, a retail store, Wildwood, $1.6 million. • Hobby Lobby, a retail store, Davie, $1.2 million. • Hugo BOSS, a retail store, Rosemont, Ill., $410,000. • Social Security Administration building, an office building, Bradenton, $4.1 million. • Veterans Administration, a medical center, Bradenton, $2.3 million.


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Oasis Clubhouse at ChampionsGate, Davenport

31. STEVENS CONSTRUCTION 30.WRIGHT CONSTRUCINC. TION GROUP INC. Mile Marker 63 Rest Area and Fire Station, Collier County

ADDRESS: 5811 Youngquist Road, Fort Myers, 33912 PHONE: 239-481-5000 FAX: 239-481-2448 WEB: wrightconstructiongroup.com FRED EDMAN

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $22 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $18 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 35 YEAR FOUNDED: 1946 PRINCIPALS: Fred Edman, president/ CEO; G. Andy Powell, executive vice president; Mark Valin, vice president; and Mitch Bueltel, chief financial officer SPECIALTY: construction manager, general contractor, civil and building divisions LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Mile Marker 63 Rest Area and Fire

Station; new design/build project for the Florida Department of Transportation replacing the existing rest area and building a new public safety facility, Collier County, $8.9 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Fort Myers River Basin; water quality marine project including pedestrian and vehicular bridges and streetscape improvements along the downtown Riverfront, Fort Myers, $5.3 million. • Edison State College — Building U, a 45,000-square-foot classroom building, Fort Myers, $9.3 million. • Collier County and Sheriff’s fleet facilities, a 104,000-square-foot fleet maintenance facility for both Collier Area Transit and the Collier County Sheriff’s Department, Naples, $18.6 million. • Eden Park Elementary School, an elementary school, Immokalee, $27.35 million. • Arbor Assisted Living Facility, a 132-unit upscale assisted-living facility, Fort Myers $26.81 million.

MARK STEVENS

ADDRESS: 6208 Whiskey Creek, Fort Myers, 33919

PHONE: 239-936-9006 FAX: 239-936-9010 WEB: stevensconstructioninc.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $21.6 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $15.3 million

TROY HERNLY

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 37 YEAR FOUNDED: 2003 PRINCIPALS: Mark Stevens, president; Troy Hernly, director of construction; and Terri Sobeck, director of administration

TERRI SOBECK

SPECIALTY: construction management, commercial, health care,

religious and hospitality

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Oasis Clubhouse at ChampionsGate, a 12,506-square-foot clubhouse, children’s play area, Grille Room Restaurant and Bar, outdoor dining pavilion, beach entry pool, splash pad, quiet pool and lazy river, Davenport, $9.91 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Florida Hospital Tampa facade, multiphase revitalization of hospital, Tampa, $9.8 million • DeVoe Cadillac renovation, demolition of a dealership showroom to build a new 37,677-square-foot, two-story dealership showroom, Naples, $6 million. • Florida Hospital Carrollwood Fifth Floor renovation, interior demolition and development of a new post surgery unit, Tampa, $3.5 million. • The Center for Specialized Surgery, a 9,102-square-foot surgical facility, Fort Myers, $2.9 million. • Florida Hospital Heartland 36-bed expansion, a 50,000-square-foot addition to an existing hospital building, Sebring, $6.4 million.


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32. A.D. MORGAN CORP. ADDRESS: 716 N. Renellie Drive, Tampa, 33609 PHONE: 813-832-3033 FAX: 813-831-9860 WEB: admorgan.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $19 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $18 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 32 YEAR FOUNDED: 1989 PRINCIPALS: Rebecca J. Smith, president; John Kalaf, vice president of operations; and David Wade, director of marketing SPECIALTY: general contractor and construction management LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Polk State College -Institute for Public Safety Training, an education building for public safety training, Winter Haven, $25 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS:

Polk State College — Institute for Public Safety Training, Winter Haven • Washington Correctional Institution, a new annex to a correctional institution, Chipley, $43 million. • Lowell Correctional Institution,

a new annex to a correctional institution, Ocala, $28 million. • Ese Center, a school, Home in the Hills, $17.9 million. • Constans Theatre, theater build-

ing for the University of Florida, Gainesville, $11 million. • Sumter County Jail expansion, expanding a jail, Bushnell, $22 million.

Glazer Children’s Museum, Tampa

Audi Tampa at Reeves Import Motorcars, Tampa

33. J.O. DELOTTO AND SONS INC. 34. DIAZ FRITZ ISABEL GENERAL CONTRACTORS Seasons of Belleair assisted-living facility, Belleair

ADDRESS: 924 E. Busch Blvd., Tampa, 33612

2013: Private residence, single-family home, Tampa, did not disclose.

PHONE: 813-935-2191

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Tampa Preparatory School, school campus including 125,000 square feet of classroom space, a 15,000-square-foot athletic facility and 10,000-square-foot black box theater, Tampa, $17.8 million. • Davis Islands Residence, a 30,000-square-foot home, Tampa, DND • Glazer Children’s Museum, a 53,000-square-foot, three-story museum with exhibit spaces, meeting rooms, education center, outdoor terrace and kitchen, Tampa, $10.7 million. • Ferman Automotive at Cypress Creek, a 99,000-square-foot auto dealership complex including separate, full service, pre-owned and Chrysler/Jeep auto centers, Lutz, DND. • Audi Tampa at Reeves Import Motorcars, a 37,000-square-foot auto dealership, Tampa, DND.

FAX: 813-935-2456 WEB: delotto.com

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $18.2 million

CRAIG LAMBERSON 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $23 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 32 YEAR FOUNDED: 1946

PRINCIPALS: Craig Lamberson, president; Wayne Fernandez, executive vice president; Doug Littrell, executive vice president; and Darrin Thomson, vice president SPECIALTY: general contractors, design/builders and construction managers LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

ADDRESS: 13075 Telecom Parkway N., Temple Terrace, 33637 PHONE: 813-254-0072 FAX: 813-254-1822 WEB: diazfritz.com DELVIS H. DIAZ

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $16.8 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $12.44 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 20 YEAR FOUNDED: 1985 PRINCIPALS: Delvis H. Diaz, CEO

SPECIALTY: general contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Seasons of Belleair, an assistedliving facility, Belleair, $5.7 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Seasons of Largo, an assisted-living facility, Largo, $5 million. • Newsom Eye Clinic, a shell building, Sebring, $3.8 million. • Flagler Construction Equipment, a shell building, Tampa, $1.7 million. • PODS 3 and 4, tenant improvements, Tampa, $1 million. • Moffitt Nuclear Pet Lab, a medical project, Tampa, $420,000.


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IMG Academy stadium, Bradenton

35. CONNOR AND GAS- 36. FREDERICK DERR KINS UNLIMITED LLC AND CO. INC. ADDRESS: 1998 Trade Center Way, Suite 2, Naples, 34109 PHONE: 239-293-2608 WEB: CGUnlimited.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $16.3 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $14.7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 9 YEAR FOUNDED: 2010

CRAIG GASKINS

PRINCIPALS: Barry Connor, founder, CEO; and Craig Gaskins, founder, chief operating officer SPECIALTY: general

ADDRESS: 3801 N. Orange Ave., Sarasota, 34234

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Laketown Wharf, residential condominium and hotel enhancements, Panama Beach, did not disclose. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Hillcrest Manor, renovation of a 10-unit apartment complex, Naples, DND. • Artécity, two condominiums and three residential villas with hardscape enhancements, Miami Beach, DND. • Ritz-Carlton Beach Club, expansion and improvements to the Ritz-Carlton Beach Club, Sarasota, DND. • Tavira tenant improvements, interior and exterior balcony improvements to multiple condominium units, Naples, DND. • Collier Historic Motorcar Museum, interior improvements to a historic car museum, Naples, DND.

PHONE: 941-355-8575 FAX: 941-351-8854 WEB: frederickderrcompany.com FREDERICK M. DERR

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $15.72 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $11.33 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 100 YEAR FOUNDED: 1961 PRINCIPALS: Frederick M. Derr, chairman of the board; and Keith A. Ravazzoli, president and chief operating officer SPECIALTY: heavy highway construc-

tion, site development and utility installation LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: IMG Academy, football, track, baseball fields, courtyard and parking lot, Bradenton, $4.3 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Boca Royale, a 190-lot subdivision, Englewood, $3.9 million. • Central Park, site-development for a 826-home subdivision, Lakewood Ranch, $15.7 million. • Keyway Place, clearing, earthwork, pipe installation and roadwork, Sarasota County, $1.7 million. • Lakewood Ranch Corporate Park, infrastructure work for commercial development, Lakewood Ranch, $7.9 million. • Nokomis sidewalk, clearing, sidewalks and retaining walls and storm-pipe work, Sarasota County, $1.6 million.

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St. Joseph’s Hospital-South, Riverview

Pasco-Hernando Community College Porter campus, Wesley Chapel

37. MASONRY BUILDERS INC. ADDRESS: 5012 W. Cypress St., Tampa, 33607 PHONE: 813-286-4707 FAX: 813-286-3072 WEB: masonrybuilders.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $15.7 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $11 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 140 YEAR FOUNDED: 1988 PRINCIPALS: Thomas B. Bradley, president; and Todd Bradley, vice president SPECIALTY: masonry contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: Pasco-Hernando Community College Porter campus; brickwork on college, Wesley Chapel, $1.35 million

ADDRESS: 8803 Industrial Drive, Tampa, 33637

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Raymond James Stadium, masonry work for a NFL football stadium, Tampa, $7.5 million. • Manatee High School, masonry work for a school, Bradenton, $2.12 million. • Bradenton Village, masonry work for a multifamily residential project, Bradenton, $3.5 million. • St. Leo Housing, masonry work for student housing facility, St. Leo, $1.5 million. • Pinellas Heights Senior Housing, masonry work for a senior-housing project, Largo, $1.2 million.

FAX: 813-988-1855

Towers of Channelside, Tampa

PHONE: 239-936-6002 FAX: 239-936-8175 WEB: rljames.com ROBERT L. JAMES

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $12 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $9.9 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 100 YEAR FOUNDED: 1988 PRINCIPALS: Robert L. James, CEO; Gary Wasser, partner/sales manager; Robert Branscombe, partner/senior project manager; and Kevin Phillips, partner/president SPECIALTY: complete building remediation

PHONE: 813-988-1669 WEB: mcenany.com

MICHAEL MCENANY

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $13 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $15 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 135 YEAR FOUNDED: 1985 PRINCIPALS: Michael McEnany, president SPECIALTY: roofing, exterior shell repair and brick work

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: St. Joseph’s Hospital-South; roofing and new construction, Riverview, $2 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sam Gibbons Federal Courthouse, roofing system for a courthouse, Tampa, $1.5 million. • Mosaic, roofing work for a corporate office building, Bartow, $2.8 million. • Trinity Hospital, roofing work for a hospital, New Port Richey, $2.6 million. • Tampa General Hospital, roofing and brickwork for a hospital, Tampa, $10 million. • Kinder Morgan, roofing work for a storage building, Port Manatee, Bradenton, $415,000.

Siesta Beach, Siesta Key

39. R.L. JAMES INC. ADDRESS: 13751 Jetport Commerce Parkway, Fort Myers, 33913

38. MCENANY ROOFING AND CONTRACTING INC.

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Towers of Channelside, concrete restoration, stucco repair, hi-build coating, waterproofing and sealant replacement for two high-rise residential and commercial condominiums, Tampa, $1.1 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Chambrel at Island Lake, exterior siding and window replacement for a seniorhousing facility, Longwood, $2 million. • Seminole Isle, complete waterproofing removal and replacement of stucco and control joints, Seminole, $1 million. • Imperial Pines Walkway, knee wall planter restoration, stucco and control joint repair and complete window sealants, Clearwater, $648,000. • Golden Arms, balcony balustrade and concrete repair, New Smyrna Beach, $726,000. • Ocean’s West, balcony waterproofing, concrete repair and painting, Daytona Beach Shores, $997,000.

40. JON F. SWIFT INC. ADDRESS: 2221 Eighth St., Sarasota, 34237 PHONE: 941-951-6100 FAX: 941-954-4369 WEB: jonfswiftinc.com 2013 GROSS REVJON F. SWIFT ENUE: $11.4 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $8.3 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 14 YEAR FOUNDED: 1979 PRINCIPALS: Jon F. Swift, CEO; Jason F. Swift, president; Ross Russo, vice president; and Donna M. Rohl, secretary/ treasurer SPECIALTY: commercial general contractor, construction management and

remodeling LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Siesta Beach Improvement Project, new elevated east concession/restrooms, esplanade, tennis courts, children’s playgrounds, new amenities, additional parking and renovation of the historical pavilion, Siesta Key, $17.5 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Phillippi Shores Elementary School, a school, Sarasota, $14 million. • Atwater Elementary School, an elementary school, North Port, $19.55 million. • Payne Park, a downtown park, Sarasota, $9.12 million. • Sabal Palm Bank, an office and bank building, Sarasota, $3.9 million. • Booker High School buildings 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 11, school buildings, Sarasota, $48.9 million.


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Riverside Plaza, Palmetto

Key West Fire Station #2, Key West

41. STELLAR DEVELOPMENT INC.

42. D.L. PORTER CONSTRUCTORS INC.

ADDRESS: 7422 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, 34243 PHONE: 941-907-9577 FAX: 941-907-9533 WEB: stellargc.com MAURICE OPSTAL

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $10.7 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $8.6 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 14 YEAR FOUNDED: 2000 PRINCIPALS: Maurice Opstal, president; and Brian Ellis, director of operations SPECIALTY: general contractor, owner’s representative and construction management LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: Riverside Plaza, four-story office complex, Palmetto, $5.35 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Avion Park, 18-acre commercial development with retail and office space, restaurant outparcels, a parking garage and hotels, Tampa, $85 million. • Tower Shops Retail, complete facade replacement on a 300,000-square-foot shopping plaza, Davie, $2.93 million. • Countryside Christian Center new sanctuary, 100,000-square-foot, twostory church facility, Clearwater, $23.54 million. • Manatee County Rural Health Services, 11,834-square-foot, two-story medical office building, Bradenton, $1.97 million. • Whitaker Lane residence, Bayfront Contemporary estate, more than 10,000-square-foot residence with 12car garage, Sarasota.

ADDRESS: 6574 Palmer Park Circle, Sarasota, 34238 PHONE: 941-929-9400 FAX: 941-929-9500 WEB: dlporter.com GARY A. LOER

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $10.5 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $12.3 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 10 YEAR FOUNDED: 1977 PRINCIPALS: Gary A. Loer, president; and C. Marshall White, vice president SPECIALTY: commercial general contractor and construction management LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

2013: Key West Fire Station #2, demolition of an existing building and construction of a two-story 9,140-square-foot, three-bay fire station, Key West, $5.9 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Santa Maria Resort and Hotel, multibuilding for 35-unit resort, Key West, $12.5 million. • Staybridge Suites Hotel, five-story, 104unit hotel, Savannah, Ga., $8.2 million. • Southernmost on the Beach Hotel, five-building 87-unit hotel, Key West, $17.8 million. • Florida Key Mosquito Control hanger and office, hanger and offices, Marathon, $7.7 million. • Senior Citizen Plaza, concrete repair of a five-story, 200-unit apartment complex, Key West, $7.5 million.

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Boot Ranch, Fredericksburg, Texas

43. EBL PARTNERS LLC DBA EBL CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTY: construction and development management

PHONE: 239-431-5003

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Boot Ranch, pool clubhouse with lap pool, adult pool and kiddie pool, Fredericksburg, Texas, $2.6 million.

FAX: 888-453-1777 WEB: elbpartners.com PAUL A BENSON

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $10.5 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $9.45 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 18 YEAR FOUNDED: 2009

MICHAEL D. HAWKINS

PRINCIPALS: Paul A Benson and Michael D. Hawkins, managing partners

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sandy Springs, renovation of the Morgan Falls apartment complex including siding repairs, painting and hardscape renovation, Atlanta, $3.0 million. • Brown and Brown Insurance, build-out of 7,900-square-foot office, Naples, $500,000. • Canyon Ranch model, 3,105-square-foot single-family home model, Miami Beach, more than $500,000. • Immokalee Middle School, public shelter enhancements, Immokalee, $185,000. • 670 Hudson, consulting on a condominium project, New York City, $20 million.

6771 Professional Pkwy West, Sarasota, FL 34240

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44. MERIT ELECTRIC CO. INC. ADDRESS: 6520 125th Ave. N., Largo, 33773 PHONE: 727-536-5945 FAX: 727-536-9014 WEB: meritelectricco.com

G.H. “BUD” WOOTEN

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $9.55 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $9.11 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: Did not disclose YEAR FOUNDED: 1974 PRINCIPALS: G.H. “Bud” Wooten, president; Timothy Wooten, vice president; and James Wooten, secretary/treasurer

TIMOTHY WOOTEN

SPECIALTY: retail electrical contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Lord and Taylors, electrical work for a new department store, Boca Raton, $1.15 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS:

Whole Foods Market, Sarasota • Shops at Wiregrass, electrical work for a retail center, Wesley Chapel, $4.2 million. • Cobb 12-Plex Theater, electrical work for a movie theater, Clear-

water, $1.2 million. • Brandon Town Center, electrical work for a regional mall, Brandon, $2.8 million. • Citrus Park Town Center, electri-

cal work for a regional mall, Tampa, $3.5 million. • Whole Foods, electrical work for a natural-food grocery store, Sarasota, N/A.

Grand Caye, Fort Myers

Next Level Church — Gateway Campus, Fort Myers

Savoy and Allegro Condominiums, Naples

45. ADVANCED ROOFING AND SHEET METAL ADDRESS: 2320 Bruner Lane, Fort Myers, 33912 PHONE: 239-939-4412 WEB: advancedroofingandsheetmetal.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $8.9 million MICHAEL SHEPHARD EES: 80

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $8.7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOY-

YEAR FOUNDED: 1980 PRINCIPALS: Michael Shephard, president

46. J.L. WALLACE INC. ADDRESS: 9111 W. College Pointe Drive, Fort Myers, 33919 PHONE: 239-437-1111 FAX: 239-437-1324 WEB: jlwallaceinc.com

SPECIALTY: roofing contractor LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Grand Caye, re-roofing an 180,000-square-foot condominium, Fort Myers, $1.18 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Savoy Condominium, re-roofing a condominium, Naples, did not disclose. • Allegro Condominium, re-roofing a condominium, Naples, $364,000. • Emerald Lakes Condominium, re-roofing a five-phase condominium project, Naples, $1.6 million. • Lemon Bay High School, re-roofing a high school, Englewood, $1.6 million.

JERALD L. WALLACE

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $8.6 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $6.3 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 12 YEAR FOUNDED: 1997 PRINCIPALS: Jerald L. Wallace, president, CEO SPECIALTY: construction management, general contracting and design/ build LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Next Level Church -Gateway

Campus, a 18,500-square-foot education building with auditorium, foyer, classrooms and offices, Fort Myers, $2.5 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Estero Community Park, development of a more than 40-acre park with a 42,000-square-foot community center, Estero, $10.8 million. • Estero Bay Chevrolet, a 29,000-square-foot car dealership, Estero, $7.5 million. • Park Center, two, two-story medical buildings totaling 30,000 square feet of space, Fort Myers, $7.5 million. • Heritage Bay Clubhouse and Amenities, a 31,000-square-foot clubhouse and tennis courts, five pools, guardhouse and more, Naples, $9.6 million. • Country Lakes Business Center, a 47,360-square-foot industrial development, Fort Myers, $4.9 million.


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The Mall at University Town Center, Sarasota Plantation Golf and Country Club, Venice

47. J. E. CHARLOTTE CONSTRUCTION CORP. ADDRESS: 1500 E. Venice Ave., Suite 101, Venice, 34292

2013: Plantation Golf and Country Club, a new pro shop and locker room facilities, Venice, $2.7 million.

PHONE: 941-445-4045

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Pennsylvania Station, three warehouse/ manufacturing buildings with 61,500 square feet, Sarasota, $6 million. • Daiquiri Deck Restaurant, a 6,000-square-foot restaurant, Venice, $1.2 million. • Tervis Tumbler Corp. headquarters and warehouse facility, 60,000-square-foot corporate offices and manufacturing plant, Venice, $3.9 million. • Gulf Coast Digestive Heath Center, a 13,000-square-foot medical office building, Venice, $2.6 million. • Galleria on Venice Avenue Phase 1, a 32,468-square-foot retail and commercial project, Venice, $5 million.

FAX: 941-445-4031 WEB: jecharlotte.com JEFF CHARLOTTE

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $8.3 million

2012 GROSS REVENUE: $4.7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 8 YEAR FOUNDED: 2007 PRINCIPALS: Jeff Charlotte, president SPECIALTY: construction management, general contractor and design/builder LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN

48. KEY GLASS LLC ADDRESS: 2312 58th Ave. E., Bradenton, 34203 PHONE: 941-755-3414 FAX: 941-751-0074 WEB: keyglass.com GREG BURKHART

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $8.1 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $9.7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 40 YEAR FOUNDED: 1992

SHERIL BURKHART

PRINCIPALS: Greg, Sheril and Justin Burkhart, managing members

SPECIALTY: high-performance curtain walls, retail storefronts and institutional window systems LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: The Mall at University Town Center, glass and glazing on the 460,000-square-

foot outer shell of the retail center, 160,000-square-foot Macy’s and the 180,000-square-foot Dillard’s, Sarasota, $2.22 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sarasota High School renovations, historic renovation of a school and construction of classrooms, Sarasota, $1.4 million. • IMG Academy Field House, curtainwalls for a 40,000-square-foot field house, consisting of locker rooms and offices, Bradenton, $505,000. • St. Joseph’s Hospital Heart Institute, glass and glazing for a threestory expansion and renovation of 130,617-square-foot hospital space, Tampa, $1.39 million. • Gulf Gate Library, glass work on a 25,000-square-foot, two-story public library, Sarasota, $450,000. • Lee Tran, installing pre-glazed, preassembled frames and energy efficient glass for the transportation headquarters administrative and operations offices with an additional maintenance building, Fort Myers, $582,168.

McGregor Veterinary Clinic, Fort Myers

Big Jim Self Storage, Venice

49. MIKE CARTER CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDRESS: 435 12th St. W., Bradenton, 34205

contractor, self-storage, schools, banks and warehouses

PHONE: 941-745-1700

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: Big Jim Self Storage, a self-storage facility, Venice, $4.1 million.

FAX: 941-750-6779 WEB: mcconst.com 2013 GROSS REVENUE: $7 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $7 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 6 YEAR FOUNDED: 1977 PRINCIPALS: Michael Carter, president SPECIALTY: design-build, general

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Roscioli Yachting Building, a boat storage facility, Fort Lauderdale, $11.2 million. • My Neighborhood Storage, a self-storage facility, Orlando, $5.12 million. • Bealls Distribution Center, a distribution facility, Bradenton $8.16 million. • StorSafe, a design-built self-storage facility, Apollo Beach, $8.57 million.

50. ENVIROSTRUCT LLC ADDRESS: 26251 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 7, Bonita Springs, 34134 PHONE: 239-494-5700 FAX: 239-491-7155 WEB: envirostruct.net NEIL SIMON

2013 GROSS REVENUE: $6.4 million 2012 GROSS REVENUE: $3.6 million FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 9 YEAR FOUNDED: 2009

STEVE MCKENNA JR.

PRINCIPALS: Neil Simon, president; and Steve McKenna Jr., vice president

SPECIALTY: commercial construction LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2013: McGregor Veterinary Clinic, a twostory 8,000-square-foot animal hospital Fort Myers, $2.4 million. NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Lamoraga Restaurant, a 5,000-squarefoot Spanish restaurant, Naples, $1.7 million. • Palm Chevrolet/Buick/GMC, renovating an existing 32,000-square-foot dealership building, Punta Gorda, $1.3 million. • Hertz headquarters, a full 60,000-square-foot renovation and office build-out, Bonita Springs, $1 million. • Dermatology Institute, a 5,000-squarefoot medical building with eight exam rooms, a lab, X-ray room and six offices, Venice, $780,000.


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