The VOICE of the Building Industry Association of Okaloosa and Walton Counties Q2

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Celebrating 2019 – ResortQuest Honors Award Winning Sales Team 1. Top Total Production

Top Team Producers: TJ Martin $20 Mill, Lisa Rondon $17 Mill, Amanda Abbott-Merideth $15 Mill


$87 Million Nathan Abbott Team




9. Team Leader $11.3 Million Kevin Kramer Group

2. Sales Team of the Year

Top Team Total Production Highest Production Increase Top Team Producer: John Milan $15 Mill

$41 Million Janette Klein & Team




Top Closed Production & Highest Production Increase Sales Associate $28 Million Cindy Blanton

4. Top Closed Production Sales Associate Runner-up $11.9 Million Brett Bianca



5. Team Total Production & Highest Production Increase Runner-up $24 Million Staggs Group 6. Team Total Production 3rd Runner-up $15.8 Million Wasson Group



8. Top Closed Production 3rd Runner-up Team Leader $11 Million Mary Fletcher

10. Highest Production Increase Runner Up $9.4 Million Ann Hammonds 11. $9.2 Million Denise Stegner 12. $8.7 Million Mary Stephens Team 13. $6 Million Donna Fox $5.9 Million Rachel Simerly $5.9 Million Hana Hawkins $5.8 Million Jonny Springfield $5.7 Million Sissy Carroum $5.3 Million Holly McHargue $5.3 Million Deborah Hale

7. Team Total Production 4th Runner-up $13.2 Million Dehlinger & McKnight Team

$5 Million Rick Martinez Rookie of the Year $4.7 Million Eric Christen

THANK YOU To Our Real Estate Associates and Support Staff. Their dedication to customers contributed to a total production over $453 million in 2019 with 1,264 closed transaction sides. To ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals , now Vacasa for their support and collaboration. Offering the same local hometown service with the reach of the largest vacation rental management company nationwide. ®






To our Wonderful Customers. The reason we are here today; we owe all of our success to them.


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is a quarterly publication of

Alan Baggett, Executive Vice President



Save the Date


Meet the Board Essential Business


Member Appreciation




Mike and Mike Sporting Clay Tournament


Are You a Master Builder?


News Makers


Business Breakers


Economic Rebound


Home Show Recap


Builder Member Directory


Welcome New Members


C.M. Taylor Contracting, Inc.


Coastal Brick & Stone


Emerald Coast Association of Realtors


Habitat for Humanity Restore


Okaloosa Gas


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President Message


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Randy Wise Homes, Inc. REW Materials


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The BIA would like to give a Shout Out to the following companies for their support last quarter!

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essential adjective

es·sen·tial | \ i-’sen(t)-sh l \ e

Definition of essential 1 : of, relating to, or constituting essence : INHERENT

“Your dollars spent to support this organization ………….. help to fight and support the industry that we all represent.”

2 a: of the utmost importance : BASIC, INDISPENSABLE, NECESSARY an essential requirement for admission to college b: being a substance that is not synthesized by the body in a quantity sufficient for normal health and growth and that must be obtained from the diet

As Sesame Street has taught us, this is the word of the day! Now that I have your attention, let me tell you why this is the important word of the day. You see, we are in unprecedented times, and when this started, residential construction was not deemed essential.The Corona storm that began the beginning of March proved to be the perfect political storm that is the resounding reason that we all belong to the Building Industry Association of Okaloosa and Walton Counties, (BIA). As a member of the BIA; you also become a member of the Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA), as well as the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB). As many of you know, NAHB was lobbying on our behalf to the Department of Homeland Security for residential construction to be deemed essential in the event of a total shut down. The issue then was decided to be left to local states to determine the shelter in place declaration. That forced FHBA into the fight, and a little over three weeks ago, FHBA President Michael Bourre delivered a letter to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis requesting that residential construction be deemed essential. In the meantime, our Governor also left it up to local municipalities for the shelter in place order.That forced all local BIA/HBA’s in the state of Florida to begin lobbying their local county commissioners and council members. On March 24, your BIA had a delegation at the special meeting of the Okaloosa Board of County Commissioners.We were able to deliver letters to all of the board of county commissioners and read into the record the letter requesting that Okaloosa County consider construction an essential service, so that individuals may continue to perform work necessary to the operations and maintenance of “Essential Infrastructure.” The shelter in place order could have come from any three of our legislative branches, at any time, with varying decisions on who was essential. On March 29, NAHB was successful in obtaining our recognition as essential services through the Department of Homeland Security, which is recognized by our Governor’s executive order. I have been a member of this association for a very long time, and I cannot think of a better example as to why I am a member. Moreover, there has never been a better example of all three organizations coming together to lobby for a common cause! In closing I will leave you with this. Your dollars spent to support this organization do not go to just support salaries. They help to fight and support the industry that we all represent. Sometimes it takes times like these to see the value in what this organization does day in and day out good times and bad. If you are a member of BIAOW, thank you and please continue to be! If you are not, from this brief story, you should consider becoming one! You see, at the end of the day, your membership is ESSENTIAL to the well-being of the Construction Industry as a whole.


Jeremy Stewart

Jeremy Stewart Jeremy Stewart Construction 2020 BIA President


Left to Right: Doug Liles, Noel Morales, Felix Beukenkamp, Mike Chesser, Jeremy Stewart, Tammy McGaughy, Marion Ruckel-Skalicky, Terry Hymel, Christine Swails, Rick Goff, Betty Sims, Alan Davis, Ferrin Campbell, Brian Walsh, Eric Black, Jason Carducci, and Carmela Bell. (Not in picture: David Armacost, Michelle Boerstler, and Scott Carpenter)


Calendar of Events

Alan Baggett, Executive Vice President

Save the Dates



THURSDAY APRIL 23RD BIA Board Meeting Day Virtual Meeting

WEDNESDAY MAY 20TH Walton County Builders Breakfast Sponsored by: Accurate Painting

THURSDAY JUNE 4TH Parade of Homes Kick-Off Party

TUESDAY APRIL 28TH Parade of Homes Entry Deadline TENTATIVE

MONDAY MAY 25TH Memorial Day BIA Office Closed THURSDAY MAY 28TH BIA Board and Committee Meeting Day Sponsor Needed

JUNE 5-7 AND JUNE 12-14 2020 Parade of Homes JUNE 17TH Walton County Builders Breakfast Sponsored by: Randy Wise Homes JUNE 25TH BIA Board and Committee Meeting Day Sponsor Needed

*Please note that this is best case scenario. We hope that we’re back in May!


Immediate Past Second V.P. President Michelle Boerstler Jeremy Stewart Hancock Bank Jeremy Stewart Construction

Second Vice President Carmela Bell ResortQuest Real Estate

Secretary Jason Carducci JP Carducci, Inc.

First Vice President Rick Goff KGII Development

Treasurer Terry Hymel Bluewater Central Vacuum Systems

Immediate Past President Doug Liles Southern Hybrid Homes


David Armacost Holiday Builders

Felix Beukenkamp Beukenkamp Building Group

Eric Black Okaloosa Gas

Scott Carpenter BetterBuilt of N.W. Florida, Inc.

Mike Chesser Chesser and Barr, P.A.

Alan Davis Centennial Bank

Tammy McGaughy Warren Averett, LLC

Noel Morales Sherwin Williams

Betty Sims CHELCO

Marion Ruckel Skalicky Ruckel Properties, Inc.

Christine Swails Gulf Power

Brian Walsh Coastal Brick and Stone, LLC


DHS Designates Residential Construction as “Essential Infrastructure Business”

In a critical win for NAHB and the residential construction sector, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today designated construction of single-family and multifamily housing as an “Essential Infrastructure Business.” The designation will enable many home building firms to keep their businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic and help to stabilize the housing industry and its supply chain in the near term. More detail about the construction workers who qualify as essential can be found in both the “Public Works and Infrastructure Support Services” and “Residential/Facilities and Services” sections of the guidance. Keep in mind that there is no mandatory federal order on what is an essential business, and many states have their own rules. This is guidance from DHS that states can follow. Therefore, in states where only essential businesses are allowed to keep operations going during the coronavirus epidemic, residential construction workers should continue to be allowed to stay on the job.

said NAHB Chairman Dean Mon. “Moreover, a healthy housing market is critical to maintain a sound economy. I commend DHS for heeding the urgent concerns of the housing community and taking this decisive action to assure the men and women of the industry will be able to stay on the job and serve the needs of the American people at this critical time.” On March 26, in an effort spearheaded by NAHB, 90 companies and organizations sent a joint letter to Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Jack Wolf urging him to designate the construction of single-family and multifamily housing as an Essential Infrastructure Business.

NAHB was at the forefront among all housing groups in calling on DHS to make this designation.

“As cities and states issue declarations and public health orders as a result of the crisis, it is essential that communities have access to our professionals to build and maintain essential services including: building, plumbing, residential property management, rental housing operators, roofing, electrical, HVAC systems, waste/wastewater treatment plants and power generations,” the letter stated. “Home construction, including those industries listed above, should be designated as ‘essential’ because it is necessary to maintain safety, sanitation, and economic security.”

“Americans depend on a functioning residential construction sector to provide safe, affordable housing for our citizens, and this need is especially acute during this pandemic,”

Access the latest NAHB news and business resources to respond to this challenge at the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response section on


BIA Member Appreciation

Thanks to everyone that attended our Member Appreciation event at The Island by Hotel RL on Okaloosa Island Friday, February 21st . We truly do appreciate our Members!

We would also like to thank our sponsors:


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Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction, officially receives the gavel from 2019 BIA President Doug Liles, Southern Hybrid Homes Congratulations, Jeremy!

Doug Liles, Southern Hybrid Homes. Doug was the BIA President in 2019. One of Doug’s 2019 accomplishments was developing the monthly Walton County Builders Breakfast. Not only did Doug develop this highly successful event, but Doug hosts the event each month at his office! Congratulations, Doug!


Betty Sims, CHELCO. Betty has been a BIA board member since 2011. Betty is always there to help with events such as our Mike Josey Memorial Sporting Clay and Nail Drivers’ Charity Golf Tournaments, Parade of Homes and much much more! Thank you for all of you do for the BIA, Betty! Congrats!


On February 21st, the BIA announced the two winners of the 2019 Mike Josey Memorial Scholarship recipients. Aidan Fleming is a student at Northwest Florida State College and has a 4.0 GPA. Aidan plans to transfer to the University of West Florida, after he receives his associate’s degree, to major in journalism. In high school, at Choctaw, Aidan was part of the Creative Writing Club as Vice President and also a member of the Smoke Signals writing team. Aidan is the son of BIA staff member, Jennifer Fleming. Natalie Ramirez is a student at the University of Illinois Springfield and has a 3.27 GPA. Natalie is enrolled in the Mathematical Sciences program. She received her Associate of Arts degree from Northwest Florida State College in May 2019. When living in Mary Ester, Natalie volunteered at Beulah Baptist Church as a tutor, library aide, and a childcare helper.

Congratulations to Aidan and Natalie!



On February 29th, the BIA joined forces with the Mike Meeks Charity to present the first ever, Mike and Mike Memorial Sporting Clay Tournament at Gum Creek in Baker. This event was a joint effort to raise funds for the Mike Josey Memorial Scholarship Fund, the Baker Baseball Team, Future Builders of America Scholarships, and the North Okaloosa Backpack Nutrition Program. Thank you to everyone who sponsored this great event and all those who participated! Thank you to our Sponsors for this great event!


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Chris M. Taylor - President & Builder 85 Garnet Place Destin, FL 32541

850.830.3305 A Part of the Construction Industry Since 1988

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to maintain their license. But, Linder believes Florida’s rigorous standard for all contractors is not enough to stand out amongst the crowd. “We always try to leverage current tools and resources available to promote our business, such as Angie’s List or Houzz. But, Florida Certified Master Builder takes us to the next level; making us go above and beyond what is asked of the everyday builder or remodeler. Here’s the payoff: homeowners immediately trust us to do whatever it takes to do a job right and outstanding the first time. Who wouldn’t want to be a Florida Certified Master Builder?”

As Florida’s housing market continues to experience growth in new construction, great strides in remodeling, and substantial rebuilds due to recent devastating hurricanes, homeowners seek builders and remodelers they can trust. That is why the Florida Certified Master Builder (FCMB) was created. Florida Certified Master Builders must meet strict requirements and demonstrate a proven track record Florida Certified Master Builders are elite Home of building expertise, business stability, integrity and Builders, Remodelers and Commercial Contractors exceptional customer service. Their education, design who are dedicated to excellence in building and client and product research requirements keep them in tune satisfaction. The builders who request certification with the latest building practices and design trends. For hold themselves to a higher standard than required by more information please visit: the State of Florida for licensure. “Florida’s housing industry remains a key factor in the State’s economic success – which continues to grow,” states FCMB Board Chairman, Jerry Linder of JL Linder Group, Inc. “This means that builders and remodelers are busy. With such a high customer demand on uncompromising construction, this certification distinguishes us in the marketplace.” The State of Florida proudly touts the extreme difficulty with which to obtain a contractor’s license. Once received, builders and remodelers must adhere to the stringent Florida Building Code and receive 14 hours of continuing education every two years in order 14

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Friday, January 10th - Publix, Okaloosa County Store Managers, presented a $15,000 donation to Nitsi Bennett, President/CEO, Habitat for Humanity. The generous Publix donation is being used for the construction of Habitat Homes #63 and #64 in Crestview.

Pictured: Front row- Sherri McDonald and Kaneichawa Smith. Back row- Ashley Findlay, Hanna Holley, Charlie Kessler, Jim Watterson, Nitsi Bennett, Glenn Ward, and Kelly Arnette

DOUBLE BUILD Construction is well under way on Habitat for Humanity’s very first ‘Double Build’ in Crestview. The building of home #63 and home #64 at 200 and 202 Cross Street marks the first time that Habitat is building homes on side-by-side lots concurrently. Nitsi Bennett, President/ CEO Habitat for Humanity - Okaloosa said, “Thanks to our corporate sponsor Gulf Power, volunteers, and USAF partner program SkillBridge, this special build has come to fruition.” The three bedroom and four bedroom homes will serve as the foundation for independence, growth and strength for two struggling mothers and their children. Nitsi Bennett added, “These two hard working single moms, will now have the opportunity to provide their children with an environment that nurtures education and family.” Nitsi continues, “Habitat for Humanity doesn’t just build houses, it impacts future generations by stopping the generational cycle of poverty which in turn positively effects the entire community.” 16

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Habitat for Humanity hosted Thomas More University from Crestview Hills, KY the week of March 9th for the 2020 Spring Break Collegiate Challenge. This special week also coincides with Habitat’s first ever ‘Double Build’ at 200 & 202 Cross Drive in Crestview. This is the 14th year Thomas More has sent students to participate. Students joined volunteers building homes #63 and #64.



BetterBuilt of NW Florida is proud to announce that its Operations Manager, Scott Carpenter, is now a Certified Graduate Builder. CGB courses focus on effective management on the job site and in the office, examine all stages of new home construction and cover topics such as scheduling, estimating, job cost procedures, accounting principles and basic contract law. Congratulations on your accomplishment, Scott!


U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) Disaster Loans: The SBA was established in 1953 and is the only cabinet-level federal agency dedicated to small business. At this time, all small businesses in every state and territory are eligible to apply for what is described as a low interest loan. These loans are available through the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently enacted. Importantly, these loans can be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that can’t be paid because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The interest rate is 3.75% for small businesses and 2.75% for non-profit organizations. SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans offer up to $2 million is assistance. You can apply online at There is also a customer service center at 1-800-659-2955. Coronavirus Tax Relief: The IRS has established a special section focused on steps to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. If you are not yet aware, Tax Day has been moved to July 15, 2020. This applies to federal tax payments. A plan has been announced to implement coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses to swiftly recover the cost of providing coronavirus-related leave. More information is available by visiting There are many federal and state acts and orders being enacted and instituted in response to the coronavirus impact - the application periods for relief under these programs are not all the same.

As a small business owner, you may also have questions about the restrictions on your operations and the obligations you At Chesser & Barr, we are familiarizing ourselves with what may have as an employer during this pandemic. If you need you and your small business can do to qualify for the resources assistance during this uncertain time, we are here to help. being offered under various state and federal programs. This article is for general information only and is not intended Additional relief measures are being proposed in the Corona- as and does not constitute legal advice or solicitation of a virus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (known as the prospective client. It should not be relied on for legal advice in “CARES Act”), which is currently working its way through any particular factual circumstance. Congress. While we intend to post additional information, especially as new resources become available, please consider the following: Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program: This is a program currently available to those maintaining a privately -held place of business in Florida. Qualified applicants must be a business with 2 to 100 employees. Most loans will max out at $50,000.00 and are designed to be a one (1) year loan with no interest for the first year. The rate jumps to 12% per annum if there remains a balance after the initial year. It is important to note that all applications must be submitted by May 8, 2020. Go to for more details.


REBOUND Additional jobs are generated for professionals such as architects, engineers, real estate agents, lawyers and accountants who provide services to home builders, home buyers and remodelers. In another sign of the important role that housing plays in the economy, the Department of Homeland Security announced on March 28 that it had designated construction of single-family and multifamily housing as an “Essential Infrastructure Business,” meaning that construction could continue in places under stay-athome orders. Although this designation is not binding to state and local governments, it does mean that there could be more workers on job sites in the coming weeks.

Building 1,000 Homes Packs Economic Punch A new study from NAHB shows that housing stands poised to lead the economic rebound once social distancing and other virus mitigation efforts show success in containing the coronavirus pandemic. Building 1,000 average single-family homes creates 2,900 full-time jobs and generates $110.96 million in taxes and fees for all levels of government to support police, firefighters and schools, according to NAHB’s National Impact of Home Building and Remodeling report. Similarly, building 1,000 average rental apartments generates 1,250 jobs and $55.91 million in taxes and revenue for local, state and federal government. Moreover, $10 million in remodeling expenditures creates 75 jobs and nearly $3 million in taxes. “Before the coronavirus pummeled the U.S. economy, housing was on the rise, with January and February new home sales numbers posting their highest reading s ince the Great Recession,” said NAHB Chairman Dean Mon. “The demand is clearly there, and as this study shows, we expect that housing will play its traditional role of helping to lead the economy out of recession later in 2020 when the pandemic subsides.” The NAHB model shows that job creation through housing is broad-based. Building new homes and apartments generates jobs in industries that produce lumber, concrete, lighting fixtures, heating equipment and other products that go into a home remodeling project. Other jobs are generated in the process of transporting, storing and selling these projects.

“Ensuring the health and safety of home builders and contractors is our top priority,” said Mon. “This is why NAHB and construction industry partners have developed a Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Plan specifically tailored to construction job sites. The plan is customizable and covers areas that include manager and worker responsibilities, job site protective measure, cleaning and disinfecting, responding to exposures incidents, and OSHA record-keeping requirements.” NAHB senior economist Paul Emrath provides more analysis in this Eye on Housing blog post. The full National Impact of Home Building and Re-



The BIA sends a huge thank you to Eglin Federal Credit Union and all of our participating vendors that participated in the 2020 Home Show making it a huge success. We had over 2,000 attendees at this year’s Home Show!


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BUILDERS DIRECTORY Southern American Homes (850) 650-1800

Elite Construction and Elctrical, Inc. (850) 423-1125

Southern Paradise Homes, Inc. (850) 862-2181

Emerald Coast Building Contractors, LLC (850) 654-5898

Tracy Acree Construction, Inc. (850) 862-4389

Emerald Coast Custom Homes, Inc. (850) 217-3712

Trotter’s General Contractors, Inc. (850) 699-8241

Emerald Coast Premier Builders, LLC (850) 200-8901

Walton Properties & Construction, Inc. (850) 244-3330

Emerald Waters Development, LLC (850) 585-0037

Water Crest Homes, LLC (850) 585-8788

Grand American Homes, Inc. (850) 259-2012

Watree Construction (850) 314-0828

Greg Goodwin Construction, Inc. (850) 678-3396

Cadenhead Development, Inc. (850) 398-5030

CONTRACTORS - RESIDENTIAL 850 Building Group, LLC (850) 642-7500

Halifax Homes (850) 460-2601

CM Taylor Contracting, Inc. (850) 830-3305

Alan Paul Construction, Inc. (850) 689-4375

Compass Builders of Florida, LLC (850) 654-9444

Alys Beach Construction (850) 213-5608

Crowson Construction Services (850) 863-1555

Antebellum Construction, Inc. (850) 934-8563

Daniel Coon Construction, Inc. (850) 978-4558

Barber Construction (850) 862-7629

Davis Dunn Construction, Inc. (850) 654-9152

BCW Construction, Inc. (850) 654-6025

Emerald Coast Building Contractors, LLC (850) 654-5898

BetterBuilt of N.W. Florida, Inc. (850) 729-3826

ARCHITECT / HOME DESIGN / BLUEPRINTS Beukenkamp Building Group (850) 651-8673 Robert Fisher Signature Homes (850) 862-3600 CONCRETE - CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS Daher Contracting (850) 863-3993 CONTRACTORS - COMMERCIAL Alan Paul Construction, Inc. (850) 689-4375 Antebellum Construction, Inc. (850) 934-8563 Beukenkamp Building Group (850) 651-8673

Emerald Waters Development, LLC (850) 585-0037

Beukenkamp Building Group (850) 651-8673

Holiday Builders (407) 745-3745 Huff Homes, Inc. (850) 897-6464 Janssen Const. Mgmt., Inc. (850) 837-7181 Jeremy Stewart Construction, Inc. (850) 682-6156 Jimmy Henderson II, Const. Co., Inc. (850) 864-5426 John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700 Joseph Vincent Construction (850) 499-8598

Carter Building Company, LLC (850) 978-2106

JP Carducci, Inc. (850) 699-1028

Chapman Building & Consulting, LLC (850) 865-4825

Key Lime Construction, LLC (850) 897-4663

CJM Enterprises (850) 689-1370

KG II Development, Inc. (850) 682-8635

CK Construction of Florida, LLC (850) 502-1022

Lewis B. Jones Construction (850) 951-9696

CM Taylor Contracting, Inc. (850) 830-3305

Martelle Homes (850) 502-9460

Coastal Custom Home Building (706) 580-3849

Martin Properties of Northwest Florida, Inc (850) 231-1890

Compass Builders of Florida, LLC (850) 654-9444

O’Shea Builders Inc. (850) 654-8600

Creekwood Home Renovations, Inc. (850) 582-3356

RAK Construction (850) 502-2437

D.R. Horton, Inc. (850) 660-1701

Randy Wise Homes, Inc. (850) 678-9473

Dale Riley Construction (850) 682-5533

Reiker Homes LLC (850) 218-4305

Daniel Coon Construction, Inc. (850) 978-4558

Robert Fisher Signature Homes (850) 862-3600

DKM Custom Homes, LLC (850) 650-7539

Rob-Roy Corporation (850) 582-2766

Robert Fisher Signature Homes (850) 862-3600

Davis Dunn Construction, Inc. (850) 654-9152

RYAD Construction, Inc. (850) 259-2362

Rob-Roy Corporation (850) 582-2766

Destination Builders Group, LLC (850) 246-5646

Southern American Homes (850) 650-1800

Ferrin Campbell Construction, LLC. (850) 826-0810 Henry Company Homes, Inc. (850) 380-8500 Jeremy Stewart Construction, Inc. (850) 682-6156 Jimmy Henderson II, Const. Co., Inc. (850) 864-5426 Jimmy Parish Builders (850) 678-5692 Joe Michetti Homes (850) 897-2882 John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700 Key Lime Construction, LLC (850) 897-4663 KG II Development, Inc. (850) 682-8635 Mathews Development Company, Inc. (850) 267-2601 Robbins Builders, Inc. (850) 939-5464


BUILDERS DIRECTORY CONTRACTORS - RESIDENTIAL CONTINUED Southern Hybrid Homes (850) 622-8150 Southern Paradise Homes, Inc. (850) 862-2181 Tier 1 Custom Builders (850) 608-6330 Toolan Development, Inc. (850) 682-3826 Tracy Acree Construction, Inc. (850) 862-4389 Turner Legacy Homes (850) 528-7027 Venture Construction (850) 275-0051 Vestcon Builders, LLC (850) 972-9166 Watree Construction (850) 314-0828 Whitrock Associates, Inc. II (850) 862-7900 Whitworth Builders, Inc. (850) 862-6861 Wilson Enterprises of NWFL, Inc. (850) 305-6544 COUNTERTOPS Emerald Waters Development, LLC (850) 585-0037 DEVELOPERS Bonezzi Development Company (850) 650-4725 Kolter Homes (850) 682-9500 Ext. 244 Matovina & Company (904) 292-0778 Tiforp Development Corp. (850) 654-4884 Whitworth Builders, Inc. (850) 862-6861 FIRE PROTECTION CONTRACTOR Advanced Fire Protection Services, Inc. (850) 244-2026 GENERAL CONTRACTORS BCW Construction, Inc. (850) 654-6025

Fox Construction (850) 849-2369

KG II Development, Inc. (850) 682-8635

Freeport Industries Development, LLC (850) 835-1043

Lewis B. Jones Construction (850) 951-9696

Greg Goodwin Construction, Inc. (850) 678-3396

Randy Wise Homes, Inc. (850) 678-9473

Huff Homes, Inc. (850) 897-6464

Robert Fisher Signature Homes (850) 862-3600

John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700

Southern Paradise Homes, Inc. (850) 862-2181

RAK Construction (850) 502-2437

Tier 1 Custom Builders (850) 608-6330

Suttle Construction Co., Inc. (615) 812-3309

Vestcon Builders, LLC (850) 972-9166

Trotter’s General Contractors, Inc. (850) 699-8241

ROOFING - CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS Barber Construction (850) 862-7629

Venture Construction (850) 275-0051 INSPECTIONS (Construction) HydroScout Group, Inc. (850) 499-7521 INSURANCE RESTORATION John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700 INTERIOR DESIGN/ DECORATING Marly+Co Design Studio (703) 473-0852 MOLD REMEDIATION John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700

Green Energy Contracting, LLC. (850) 537-4043 WATER DAMAGE RESORATION John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700

Welcome new Members Tammy Massey Architect & Int. Designer, Associate Member Tammy Massey, (850) 294-9404 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction

Beukenkamp Building Group (850) 651-8673

Concept Blinds & Design, Associate Member Suzanne Preston, (850) 797-6819 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction

CJM Enterprises (850) 689-1370 Compass Builders of Florida, LLC (850) 654-9444 Creekwood Home Renovations, Inc. (850) 582-3356 Crowson Construction Services (850) 863-1555 Elite Construction and Elctrical, Inc. (850) 423-1125 Emerald Coast Custom Homes, Inc. (850) 217-3712

Blue Danube Contracting, LLC (850) 654-749

Emerald Coast Premier Builders, LLC (850) 200-8901

Bonezzi Development Company (850) 650-4725

Jeremy Stewart Construction, Inc. (850) 682-6156

Chapman Building & Consulting, LLC (850) 865-4825

Jimmy Henderson II, Const. Co., Inc. (850) 864-5426

Dale Riley Construction (850) 682-5533

John E. Dalton General Contractor, Inc. (850) 622-9700

Destination Builders Group, LLC (850) 246-5646

Joseph Vincent Construction (850) 499-8598

DL Curtis Construction, Inc. (850) 244-7120

JP Carducci, Inc. (850) 699-1028

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UNDERGROUND UTILITIES & EXCAVATION Daher Contracting (850) 863-3993

REMODELING / IMPROVEMENTS Alan Paul Construction, Inc. (850) 689-4375

BetterBuilt of N.W. Florida, Inc. (850) 729-3826


Whitrock Associates, Inc. II (850) 862-7900

Key Lime Construction, LLC (850) 897-4663

DL Curtis Construction, Inc., Builder Member Kim Hernandez, (850) 244-7120 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction Condo Complements, Associate Member Holly Michew, (850) 862-2424 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction D’pure, Associate Member John Karpowich, (800) 693-4102 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction Larry B. More, Architect, Associate Member Larry More, (850) 598-4226 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction Truland Homes, Builder Member Jeff Wayne, (850) 252-4045 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction Destination Builders Group, LLC, Builder Member John Cunningham, (850) 246-5646 Sponsor: Carmela Bell, ResortQuest Real Estate Mosquito Joe, Associate Member Sara Bess, (850) 316-4030 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction B&C Fire Safety, Inc., Associate Member Dorothy Alligood, (850) 862-7812 Sponsor: Jeremy Stewart, Jeremy Stewart Construction

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