Work at Gulf Star Marina is in full swing as we continue to form, pour and erect panels at an agile pace. With the help of the dependable team at Environmental Concrete and Materials, the concrete pouring process was smooth and quick.
Last Saturday, we were burning the midnight oil at Gulf Star Marina to keep up with the prep and pouring as we continue to erect panels.
Gulf Star Marina! We are back in the saddle again after an unforeseen delay involving permitting issues. This week, we have brought the crane back in, resumed the tilt-wall panel processes, and will resume setting wall panels tomorrow. The ASAR crane system is in country, and awaiting installation at our yard. So, now more [...]
Our eye in the sky has maneuvered around Gulf Star Marina to provide a nice overview of the project. Work is proceeding with not only tilt-wall panels and erection, but also the 4th floor decks and electrical rough-in.
We were honored to participate in Career Day at South Fort Myers High today! It was a breath of fresh air to see the youth of our community so eager to join our local workforce.
Recreational boaters understand that wet slip storage presents a number of concerns, from the potential for sun-related fading and mold growth to hull damage, rust and rot. Dry storage is preferred, but poses some challenges of its own. When boat owners arrive on site, they want to be in the water as quickly as possible, [...]
Here are some early photos of the Summit Church - Gateway Campus addition along with the completed structure. We are finishing up with the floor polishing, just in time for Seagate Development Group, LLC to hand it over to the owner for service this Saturday. The durable and polished concrete floor should keep the [...]
Almost ready for worship! Working with Seagate Development Group, LLC, we are putting some of the final touches on Summit Church for their first service on Saturday! Here is a nice aerial view of the structure where we are polishing the exposed concrete floors to a high sheen.
We've been helping our primary concrete supplier, Environmental Concrete & Materials, to move into the 21st century with the construction of a new state of the art batch plant. Extensive foundations and sloped paving, with a combined thickness of up to 6 ft. in places have kept our guys busy the past several weeks. [...]
In preparation for permanent power at Gulf Star Marina, we recently spent the night installing conduits for the transformer pad. FPL requires a substantial lead time (6-8 weeks) and the installation of these, as well as the transformer pad itself, are the requirement to get on the schedule for permanent electrical service. Due to [...]