Current Projects

Ox Bottom Animal Hospital

Sitework and building construction of a 6,800 square foot veterinary hospital. Building will have a surgery room, x-ray room, isolation room, and feature grooming and kenneling. This will be a state of the art veterinary facility.

ACE Hardware Bannerman

ACE Hardware, located in the Bannerman Crossing Retail District, will consist of a 10,000 sq ft retail space. This project will be a build to suit sales center.

Bannerman Crossing Building C

This is a Class A multi-tenant build out on the 2nd floor of Building C at the new Bannerman Crossing Shopping Center.

Florida Dental Association

The Florida Dental Association is a design build with the DodStone Group. This project consists of renovations of existing restrooms, provisions for interior conference room and training space, as well as, finish upgrades throughout the building.

Southview Building

The Southview Building, located in the Summit East Technology Park, will be a new 40,000 SF two story office building.

FSU Toddler Center

The Florida State University Toddler Center project is a new 8,927SF building that will be adjacent to the recently completed FSU Child Care Center.

First Commerce Credit Union, Thomasville, GA

This new credit union branch is located in Thomasville, GA. The new branch will support the further expansion of First Commerce Credit Union into the South Georgia market.

FCCU Blairstone Branch Renovation

This project is a complete renovation to the FCCU Blairstone Branch, the flagship branch for FCCU in Tallahassee. The renovation will include a new drive-thru, an additional ATM installed as well as a complete freshening up of the interior. The end result will a refreshed, almost new, building and a new parking lot.

Double Tree 17th Floor Addition

The newest addition to Tallahassee downtown sky line will be the addition of a 17th Floor on the Double Tree Hotel. The project will consist of outdoor deck and seating areas, high end bar and seating, event space and an exterior floating elevator system. The exterior of the building will be a prefabricated panelized system. The structure will be structural steel and composite decking. The modern structure will be added to the existing 16th floor of the facility.

FSU Labyrinth

We are proud to be part of another unique grounds project at Florida State University. This new Labyrinth is located between the College of Medicine and the Psychology Building.

TMH Patient Entry - Phase IV

The Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Patient Entry Experience Upgrade project (Phase IV) includes the reconstruction of the original main facade of the hospital. The work consists of a mosaic metal panel facade as well as new sidewalks, canopies and lighting systems.

FSU Black Student Union

The Florida State University Black Student Union is an approximately 6,500 square foot two story facility that will be the new home of the University's Black Student Union as well as the African American Studies Program. The building is located at 921 W. Jefferson St. and will house exhibit space, a student lounge, a large multipurpose room for classes and events, a kitchen, conference room and staff offices.

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James Residence

This custom designed home is located on an in-fill lot on what was once a City right of way easement in a well established neighborhood.  It has a contemporary flair but has many unique and hidden features.  The home is designed to have a near “net zero” impact on our environment and will leave virtually no “carbon footprint”.  Highly efficient SIPs wall and roof panels provide incredible insulation values, a 32Kw photovoltaic roof array generates most of the energy needed to operate the home and at peak times the excess produced energy will be sold back to our local utility provider.  The exterior envelope is constructed with low maintenance, long lasting products such as Hardie siding, exposed CMU block, and metal roofing.  The two most energy consuming appliances (HVAC and water heater) are cutting edge highly efficient and take advantage of the photovoltaic array’s energy production.  Every component of this home has been evaluated for efficiency, good building practices, and sustainable attributes.