Inc. magazine revealed that DeAngelis Diamond is No. 3881 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses.
DeAngelis Diamond has been chosen to build the $50 million world headquarters for NeoGenomics Labrotories in Fort Myers, FL. The new, 150,000 sq. ft. project will be located at Alico Road and I-75. Read More...
DeAngelis Diamond has been hired as the general contractor for the construction of the $5.2 million covered outdoor casual dining venue at Shadow Wood Country Club in Estero, FL. The project will convert a prior 36-seat outdoor lounge area into a 260-seat dining space surrounding an octangular bar. Read More...
The Naples Children & Education Foundation, the organization behind the annual Naples Winter Wine Festival, broke ground on a new 15,000 sq. ft. Naples headquarters Tuesday morning. Read More...
DeAngelis Diamond is proud to partner with the Braden Clinic on the new proposed Braden Hospital in Ave Maria. On Monday, March 19th, a Healthcare Technology Showcase & Micro-Hospital Innovation Center Unveiling Event was held in the Ave Maria Town Center. The Healthcare Technology Showcase introduced the brand-new, leading-edge services and devices, from major healthcare companies such as Hill-Rom, Arthrex, Aspen Surgical and Trumpf Medical, that will be featured in the future Braden Hospital. Attendees viewed mock patient rooms, imaging equipment, and participated in a 3D virtual reality experience of MRI/CT Suites.
Featured speakers of the Micro-Hospital Innovation Center Unveiling Event included Collier County Commissioner Bill McDaniel, Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, and Dr. Beau Braden, the founder of Braden Clinic and the future Braden Hospital in Ave Maria.
Focusing on bringing healthcare to rural areas, Braden stated, “This is a growing area, and we are going to have a 24 hour emergency department, 24 hour lab, 24 hour pharmacy, 24 hour radiology; we are going to have the services that doctors who move to this area need in order to take care of their patients 24 hours a day.”
A dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony was held for Marco Island Fire Rescue Department’s newly rebuilt Station 51. In February, DeAngelis Diamond completed this 8,069 square foot state-of-the-art Fire/EMS Marine based station that will serve the citizens and visitors of Marco Island. After the ceremonial dedication and ribbon cutting, attendees were invited upstairs to tour the over $3 million facility, highlighting the firefighter’s lounge, gym, conference room, and five bunk-rooms.
Nearly 100 people gathered to celebrate on Friday afternoon. Among them were Fire Rescue Chief Michael Murphy, the entire Marco Island City Council, State Representative Bob Rommel from Tallahassee, Marco Island Fire Rescue Department’s first responders, BSSW Architects, DeAngelis Diamond, and several Marco Island residents.
We are honored to have secured the #3 spot on this year's Business Observer Top 50 Contractors list! We wouldn't be able to do without the hard work and dedication from our best asset, our team members.
While consulting with Syd Kitson of Kitson Development at the beginning of Babcock Ranch, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a charter education advocate who sits on the Babcock Ranch Advisory Board, insisted on the best say to start a town: first, build a school. Read more...
A long list of Southwest Florida companies were highlighted as some of America’s fastest-growing companies, as part of the Inc. 5,000 released by Inc. Magazine. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond has completed the Babcock Neighborhood School at Babcock Ranch. Totaling 48,000 sq.ft., this k-8 charter school will hold 500 students and was finished in seven months. It features flexible classrooms, work areas for project-based learning, moveable desks for easier collaboration and a large outdoor space complete with a playground, gardening space and half court basketball.
DeAngelis Diamond built this project using Green Globes and in partnership with the Florida Green Building Coalition to maximize sustainability.
The school will officially open for the new school year beginning August 10th.
The growth of Arthrex's headquarters will include three new buildings and the general contractor for the project is North Naples-based DeAngelis Diamond. Read more...
Since it was founded 22 years ago, Naples-based commercial construction firm DeAngelis Diamond has based its expansion model on organic growth. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond is pleased to announce its expansion to Detroit, Michigan. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond has been hired as the general contractor to build the Margaritaville Resort on Fort Myers Beach. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond is pleased to announce the promotion of Craig Bryant from Executive Project Manager to Director of Project Management - Naples. In his new role, Craig will oversee project managers and projects within the Naples, FL market to ensure all projects meet and exceed owner’s expectations with reference to schedule, budget, and quality.
Craig joined DeAngelis Diamond in 2015 and has over 18 years of construction experience. Throughout his career, Craig has worked on projects all over Florida and St. Louis Missouri. He graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.
“Craig’s leadership and wealth of experience makes him the perfect person to take on this position,” COO Reggie Morgan said. “His values parallel that of our company and we believe in his knowledge and ability to lead our teams and build strong relationships with our clients. All of these things make him a deserving recipient of this new role as Director of Project Management.”
This month marks DeAngelis Diamond’s 22nd anniversary. In 1996, co-founders John DeAngelis and David Diamond had the idea to start a construction company that was distinctly different. Read more...
Engineering News Record’s 2018 Top 400 Contractors list has been released and DeAngelis Diamond has climbed the list to #225, a 63-spot jump from last year’s 288 ranking. Every year, ENR ranks the top U.S. construction companies by their revenue from the previous year. This year’s top 400 earned a cumulative contracting revenue of $373.98 billion in 2017 – a 2.1% increase from 2016.
A study from “ENR 2018 Top 400 Contractors: The Market Keeps on Rolling” found that the domestic market is strong and growing with a 4.9% increase in contracting revenue, while revenue from projects outside the U.S. decreased 18.4%. Experts are calling this “one of the longest domestic upswings on record,” but note that the construction market is cyclical and competitive. Combine that with the shortage of workers and high supply demands, the industry is still a challenging environment despite tremendous growth.
In spite of these challenges, DeAngelis Diamond has continued to grow into new markets and market segments having recently added a Program Management Division and will open a Detroit office this summer. Over the past 22 years they have developed a diverse culture that attracts and retains team members by offering intentional training, leadership development, unique benefits, and above market-level salaries.
“This year has been filled with strategic growth, innovation and a positive customer experience focus,” DeAngelis Diamond Co-Founder, David Diamond, said. “We are honored by the faith placed in us by our clients to bring their project vision and goals to reality. What we do is build buildings, and we do that very well, better than most, most of the time. However, what drives us is the desire to develop authentic relationships and have a positive influence on everyone we meet. Thank you DeAngelis Diamond team members, our clients, design professionals, subcontracting partners, and community for joining with us on this journey. We are building some amazing projects together, developing meaningful relationships and having a positive impact on people’s lives as we do it.”
DeAngelis Diamond held a topping out ceremony for The Springs addition at Shell Point Retirement Community in Fort Myers, FL. This project includes new construction of a 28-bed, 19,700 sq.ft. memory support facility, as well as an interior renovation totaling 17,400 sq.ft. The renovation includes a kitchen expansion, 25-bed assisted living, new parking, new welcome center and an addition to the current activity wing. It also includes an exterior update of the existing building skin and roof.
This topping out ceremony marks the final dry-in of all the roofs on the project. As a thank you for all their hard work, Shell Point Retirement Community provided lunch for the subcontractors working on the building.
“On behalf of Shell Point and DeAngelis Diamond, we just want to say thank you for the work you have put in place,” Project Manager, Josh Beverly, said. “The building looks amazing; the property looks amazing. To date, we haven’t had any minor or major safety incidents, so you can give yourselves a hand for that. We appreciate you guys, thank you.”
The construction of TrustPoint Hospital in Murfreesboro, TN has reached a major milestone – 100,000 working hours with no recordable incidents. In celebration of this achievement, construction management firm, DeAngelis Diamond, held a luncheon today for its subcontractors working on the jobsite. Lunch was provided by the 7th Annual BBQ Fundraiser, an event DeAngelis Diamond and ABEC Electric partnered on. The construction management firm ordered 250 lunches for their crew in support of the fundraiser, which benefits the March of Dimes, Nashville Rescue Mission, and St. Jude Children’s Hospital. This celebration comes at just the right time, as it is National Safety Week.
Safety is DeAngelis Diamond’s top priority and its safety officers work diligently to ensure every team member and subcontractor leaves the jobsite safely each day. DeAngelis Diamond requires all site workers to attend a site-specific safety orientation prior to working on the project. Their team members perform weekly site-safety inspections and weekly safety meetings with the entire crew. Safety officers perform monthly site-safety inspections that include a formal report. In addition, the safety department performs regular safety training for team members. All of this could not be accomplished without the participation of DeAngelis Diamond’s subcontractors.
“This huge achievement is a testament to everyone making the right decisions every day,” Project Manager, Kris Duran said. “There are a lot of risks involved in building this project – exterior skin on a two-story building, trenching for underground utilities, steel erection and working during winter months on scaffolding and uneven platforms – but our team is trained and more than capable.”
One of the ways the team assured success is each subcontractor had their own safety manager perform Fall Protection Training, site inspections, weekly tailgate meetings with their workers and submit a daily job hazard analysis in addition to the required DeAngelis Diamond safety training.
DeAngelis Diamond recently held a Topping Out ceremony for TrustPoint, a ceremony that erects the last steel beam on a project’s top floor. The hospital is slated to finish Fall 2018.