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.
DeAngelis Diamond is pleased to announce the promotion of Bryan Trtan from Estimator to Preconstruction Manager. In his new role, Bryan will collaborate with clients and design teams to develop custom preconstruction strategies that produce functional and financially viable projects. He and his team will help guide the decision-making process from project inception to completion providing estimates at different stages of design, cost benefit analysis studies, constructability reviews, logistics planning, scheduling and more.
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A “topping out” party was thrown Thursday for CenterPointe Hospital, the 72-bed psychiatric hospital under construction in north Columbia. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond has been chosen by Knott Realty to build Decorum Apartments, soon to be located on Six Mile Cypress Parkway in Fort Myers. This 630,000 sq.ft. complex was designed by Forum Architecture and will have 435 units. It will feature a pool, dog parks, tennis courts, walking trails, a car wash station and garages.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new Program Management Services that will assist clients in the successful development of their building and infrastructure projects. Our expert consultants and client advisors will work to help clients make better decisions on how to use creative, innovative and idea-driven solutions for their projects, program management and capital improvement programs. Our Program Management team of experts will assist clients with services that include conceptualizing, feasibility studies, architect selection, contractor selection, design, permitting, entitlement, budgeting, cost controls, scheduling, furniture and equipment procurement, occupancy, commissioning and new building techniques, products, methods, and emerging technology research.
Leading the Program Managing Services is Executive VP and Principal, Robert Lewis. “This growing market has been of interest to the company for quite some time. We are very excited about this new chapter and look forward to serving our clients in a new way,” Robert says. “The Program Management Services are built on the foundation of our mission and core values, and offers our clients more assistance in the building process.“
Our clients are located throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean and are remarkably diverse. Large and small, public and private, for-profit and not-for-profit, all of our clients benefit from our 22 years of constructing over $3 billion in projects nationwide – our expertise being in 20 project types, including commercial, multifamily residential, senior living, healthcare, education, faith based, automotive, hospitality, manufacturing, storage, clubhouse, government, aviation, industrial, office, retail and non-profits.
“DeAngelis Diamond believes it’s an honor to build and began in 1996 with a mission to develop authentic relationships and have a positive influence on everyone we meet. We cannot think of a better way that we can serve our clients who have entrusted us with their visions and dreams to accomplish their project objectives.” David Diamond co-founder.
One of America’s fastest-growing companies per Inc.com’s Inc. 5000, we are an innovative, award winning, top-ranked national construction management firm with an international presence in the Caribbean Islands and has fully staffed offices in Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota, Birmingham and Nashville
DeAngelis Diamond recently broke ground on Marco Island Fire Station #51. BSSW Architects designed a state-of-the-art facility that will accommodate Marco Island’s first responders. This 8,785 sq.ft. marine-based station will feature two stories, two boat bays and will house an ALS engine and a transport rescue.
“Station #51 represents 40 percent of the calls responded to on this island and is the marine base for our rescue boat,” Jared Grifoni, City Council Chairman stated. The station’s impact on the safety of our island and surrounding waters cannot be overstated. This station will be a first-class facility for our first-class fire rescue department.”
Over 50 members of the Marco Island community gathered to celebrate the commencement of this long-awaited project. Among them were city council members, state representatives, local pastor, Father Tim, Marco Island Police Department and Marco Island Fire Rescue.
“On behalf of DeAngelis Diamond and BSSW Architects and the rest of our design consultants that worked on the design of this fire department hand-in-hand with Chief Murphy and Deputy Chief Batiato, we’d like to thank the city of Marco Island’s residents, the city council and the fire department to be for the opportunity to be apart of this special project,” Preconstruction Manager, Bryan Trtan said. “It is truly an honor to build a state-of-the-art fire station which will accommodate the brave men and women of the fire department as they serve the Marco Island community. We really appreciate being apart of this and we thank you all.”
DeAngelis Diamond recently broke ground on The Collective, a mixed-use 154,917 sq.ft. building that will house shopping, dining, workspaces and showrooms located on 10th Street in downtown Naples, Florida. This lifestyle destination will feature a curated collection of tenants including Patina Collection, Stofft Cooney Architects, Casa Italia, Thomas Riley Studios, Safe and Sound, Allikristé, Premiere Systems and Kurtz Homes Naples.
“DeAngelis Diamond is a great fit for The Collective because they are a highly regarded and skilled builder, and [are] always on the cutting edge of innovation, quality, and very importantly, safety,” Randy Kurtz, Co-founder of Kurtz Homes Naples, said.
The Collective will consist of a 69,099 sq.ft., three-story mercantile building and an 85,818 sq.ft. four-level parking structure.
“Our motto has always been Honor to Build, and it is truly an honor to build a project such as this, a landmark project for this area of Naples – it sets the bar very high,” Robert Young, Executive Vice President and Principal of DeAngelis Diamond, said. We strive every day to build authentic relationships and have a positive influence on everyone we meet. While our onsite team is working diligently and safely with excellence and quality throughout the construction process, we’re going to strive to be great neighbors to the adjacent residents and businesses.”
DeAngelis Diamond broke ground on the Lee County Public Library in Bonita Springs yesterday. County commissioners, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, community members and the DeAngelis Diamond team gathered to celebrate this historic day.
This two-story, 31,000 sq.ft. library which has been designed with the local community in mind, will feature public meeting rooms with a total occupancy of 150, a monumental glass stairwell, and an outdoor courtyard reading area on the second floor, complete with WiFi and charging stations. An interactive computer system will incorporate workstations throughout the building for inventory look-up and reserving of material.
This project is slated to finish Summer 2019.
DeAngelis Diamond is pleased to announce the promotion of Nick Pair from Project Manager to Director of Field Operations. In his new role, Nick will utilize his experience with both commercial and healthcare construction to assist Vice President of Field Operations Brian Hood in managing all field teams nationwide.
DeAngelis Diamond has won the Large Company category in D'Latinos Magazine's 2018 Face Awards, a ranking that celebrates diversity in southwest Florida. DeAngelis Diamond is making great efforts to be more inclusive in general, partnering with various subcontractors and companies when possible, and encouraging disadvantaged commercial enterprise organizations (DBEs) to bid on specific projects. They also promote acceptance within their offices.
A self-storage business to be managed by Extra Space Storage is under construction on the south side of Rattlesnake Hammock Road just west of Collier Boulevard in East Naples. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond sponsored the 14th annual Open Charity Golf Tournament hosted by Shell Point Retirement Community. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond has been hired as the general contractor for the construction of Sunnybrook Storage in Miami. This eight-story building was designed by Blue Projects USA and will be a total of 112,500 sq.ft with 970 climate-controlled storage units. It will also feature a parking garage. DeAngelis Diamond is scheduled to break ground on this project early February 2018.
DeAngelis Diamond has been hired as the general contractor for the renovation and expansion of the Neighborhood Health Clinic in Naples. The project consists of two phases. The first phase will begin construction of a new 8,470 sq.ft. addition. This addition will provide a larger waiting room for the clinic, offices and conference rooms. It will also expand the clinic’s services to include dental, x-ray, mammography, CT-scan and a blood lab.
The second phase will include selective demolition of the existing building, which will consist of removing a section of the roof and adding 1,270 sq.ft. of new space to the 2nd floor. Once the structural work is complete, a demo and remodel of the 2nd floor offices and conference room, including an expansion into the new 2nd floor space, will begin. Upon completion, the original building will be doubled in size.
The Neighborhood Health Clinic delivers quality medical care to low-income, working, but uninsured, people of Collier County.
DeAngelis Diamond held a topping out ceremony for an addition to Acadia’s TrustPoint Hospital in Murfreesboro, TN. Over 170 members of the community attended the ceremony that raised the final steel beam of this 96,000 sq.ft. acute care behavioral health addition. The project features a 2,300 sq.ft. one-story interior renovation that connects to the main hospital, a new storage building and a seven-bed expansion of the existing building.
“I am so thankful for all of the hard work that has been done so far by Resource Management Company, FabArc Steel Supply, Hemma Concrete, ABEC Electric Company, Rock City Mechanical, and River City Erectors,” project manager Kris Duran said. “They have exceeded scheduled dates and provided their best people and resources to this project.”
Craig Bryant, Executive Project Manager, was quoted in Florida Weekly giving his insight on building today's senior living facilities. Read more...
Chris Curran, director of preconstruction at DeAngelis Diamond, has been promoted to vice president of preconstruction and estimating. Read more...
DeAngelis Diamond broke ground on the Lee County Public Library at North Fort Myers today. This single-story, 26,390 sq.ft. building was designed by BSSW Architects and will feature an open floorplan, exposed structural supports, a chilled water AC system, clear story windows, a standing seam roof, stone exterior wall cladding, copper cladding and stucco.
Over 50 members of the community were present for the groundbreaking including Lee County Commissioners Brian Hamman, Cecil Pendergrass and Frank Mann. The new library will be located where the old library once stood, facing old U.S. 41, but will include additional property and will extend further away from the road.