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CONTRACTORS from page 13B

United Mechanical installed the HVAC and plumbing for the new Park Royal Psychiatric Hospital in Fort Myers.

50 CONTRACTORS Gulf Coast Business Review

TOP

• Lee County Justice Center, HVAC and plumbing for justice center, Fort Myers, $3.3 million

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PAT COOK CONSTRUCTION INC.

• Trilectron Industries, 130,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, Bradenton, $5.6 million

animal zoo, hospital and support building, Tampa, $5.4 million

• Value Place Hotel, eight hotels, statewide, $4 to $5 million

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Busch Gardens, phase four, cheetah hunt ride and support buildings, Tampa, $10.27 million

• Venice Fire Station No. 3, 16,800-square-foot fire station, Venice, NA

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WICHMAN CONSTRUCTION

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YEAR FOUNDED: 1987 FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 120

• 50th Street Housing, seven-story student housing, Tampa, $10.27 million

ADDRESS: 6771 Professional Parkway W., Suite 100, Sarasota 34240 PHONE: (941) 907-0010

Pat Cook

FAX: (941) 907-0030

FAX: (239) 939-4225 PRINCIPALS: Michael A. Clark, president

• Sweetbay in Mission Hills, grocery Naples, $5.4 million

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ADDRESS: 6441 Metro Plantation Road, Fort Myers 33966

WEB: umihvac.com

• Holiday Inn Express, hotel, Tampa, $5.8 million

R. E. CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION

UNITED MECHANICAL INC.

PHONE: (239) 939-4502

• Holiday Inn Express, five-story hotel, Largo, $5.8 million

WEB: recrawford.com

ADDRESS: 1904 Manatee Ave. W., Suite 300, Bradenton 34205

PRINCIPALS: Jeffrey T. Smith, president; and Utahna Smith, vice president, chief financial officer

PHONE: (941) 749-1959 FAX: (941) 746-8475 WEB: patcook.com

YEAR FOUNDED: 1996 2011 GROSS REVENUE: $15 million

CHANGE FROM 2010 TO 2011: 23.5%

PRINCIPALS: Pat Cook, president; Don Sicking, vice president; and Darla Cook, secretary/treasurer

SPECIALTY: HVAC and plumbing

YEAR FOUNDED: 1992

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2011: Park Royal Psychiatric Hospital, HVAC and plumbing for new psychiatric hospital, Fort Myers, $3.4 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 13

2011 GROSS REVENUE: $21 million 2010 GROSS REVENUE: $17 million

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Sarasota Memorial Central Energy Plant, HVAC and plumbing for central energy plant, Sarasota, $6.2 million

2011 GROSS REVENUE: $16.7 million 2010 GROSS REVENUE: $18.3 million CHANGE FROM 2010 TO 2011: -8.7% SPECIALTY: schools, retail and government construction

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 30 2010 GROSS REVENUE: $11.5 million

Wichman

CHANGE FROM 2010 TO 2011: 30.4%

ADDRESS: 5029 W. Grace St., Tampa 33607

SPECIALTY: retail, office, restaurant and medical

PHONE: (813) 282-1179 FAX: (813) 282-0461 WEB: wichmanconstruction.com PRINCIPALS: Mike Wichman, president YEAR FOUNDED: 1997

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2011: Kauffman Tire, 6,200-square-foot retail store, Lakewood Ranch, $1.1 million NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • Ethan Allen, retail store, Viera, $2.7 million • Social Security Administration building, office building, Bradenton, $4.1 million

• James Stephens Academy, HVAC and plumbing for remodel/addition to Lee County School, Fort Myers, $3.1 million

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2011: Gordon Food Services, four retail stores, Bradenton, Lakeland and Orlando, combined $6.3 million

• Florida Gulf Coast University Central Energy Plant, HVAC and plumbing for central energy plant, Fort Myers, $2.8 million

NOTEWORTHY PROJECTS: • University Consumer Square, 110,000-squarefoot retail center, Sarasota, $5 million

SPECIALTY: commercial general contractor

• Manatee Memorial patient tower, HVAC and plumbing for a patient tower, Bradenton, $5.7 million

• Ruth Chris Steakhouse, renovation and an addition to a building to create a 7,900-squarefoot restaurant, Tampa, $1.2 million

• Manatee County Transportation Complex, 35,000-square-foot office building, $3 million

LARGEST PROJECT STARTED IN 2011: Busch Gardens Animal Care Center, interactive

• LDS Meeting House, 16,000-square-foot building, Lake Buena Vista, $3.4 million

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 10 2011 GROSS REVENUE: $16 million 2010 GROSS REVENUE: $14.6 million CHANGE FROM 2010 TO 2011: 9.6%

• Veterans Administration medical center, Bradenton, $2.3 million

GCBR's 2012 Top 50 Contractors  

A ranking of the 50 largest construction companies from Tampa to Naples, by the Gulf Coast Business Review.

GCBR's 2012 Top 50 Contractors  

A ranking of the 50 largest construction companies from Tampa to Naples, by the Gulf Coast Business Review.

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