The grand opening for Boys & Girls Club of Collier County in Immokalee, FL was held last Thursday. This 27,786 sq.ft. building includes classrooms, computer labs, music and dance rooms, a full kitchen and cafeteria, teen center and nurse's offices. Congratulations to Brian McKenzie, Joseph von Rinteln and Robbyn Spears for the completion of a beautiful facility that will serve families in need and help children reach their full potential.
The DeAngelis Diamond Sarasota office held their own Fall Festival, Turkey Shoot style! Using Nerf Guns, team members shot at turkey targets to earn points. Other turkeys were setup to shoot down with rubber bands. There was also turkey put put and turkey trivia! The Green Team won the grand prizes! Congratulations to Ric Sindon, Robert Young, Scott Currens, Scott Bryant and Marsha Oldinski! A special prize went to Steve Rotolo for finally shooting down the first turkey! Those turkeys put up a hard fight!
The ground breaking for the two new Schoen Buildings was held last Friday. The Bright Beginnings building will consist of a 2,195 sq. ft. administrative building and the Family Resource Center will be a 4,093 sq. ft. building for the kids including a computer lab and large multi-purpose rooms for gatherings.
The Naples Headquarters got into the fall spirit this week by celebrating their first annual
Fall Festival! There was some friendly competition with a cornhole tournament and a pie baking contest. Congratulations to Eric Brackin and Jesse Dawson, the dynamic duo took first place in the cornhole tournament and Amy Gabbard for winning the pie contest with her banana cream pie!
The Aventura Hospital project in Aventura, FL celebrated a job well done for the topping out and framing of the ER addition last Friday, October 28th. DeAngelis Diamond hosted a BBQ luncheon for subcontractors and hospital staff! What a great milestone for this project, congratulations to the DeAngelis Diamond project team Jesse Dawson, Randy Stewart, Brandon Clymer, and Bruce Young!
DeAngelis Diamond hosted a double booth at the 2016 AHCA Seminar and FHEA meeting this year! The Agency for Healthcare Administration and the Florida Healthcare Engineering Association has been hosting this statewide conference for 32 years now. The event is a great way to network, connect, and learn with fellow professionals in the healthcare construction, engineering, and architectural fields.
Before they opened the doors of their commercial construction business in Naples 20 years ago, John DeAngelis and David Diamond checked the Yellow Pages to see what they were up against. They found 350 builders listed in the phone book in Southwest Florida. (Yes, the phone book. Smartphones didn't exist yet). "We decided the market didn't need another builder," DeAngelis said. "So we thought why are we going to do this?" Their answer? They wanted to create a different kind of construction company, one focused on a set of core values, book-ended by faith in God and integrity. The company's motto is "The Honor to Build."
Nashville Business Journal announces DeAngelis Diamond's new Franklin, Tennessee office.
Please join us for the Grand Opening of our new Franklin (Nashville) Office! Be the first to experience our new office, while enjoying drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and some awesome tunes. The event will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, October 20th at the Franklin office (2179 Edward Curd Lane, Franklin, TN 37067). Hope to see you there!
Construction begins for 10,820 sq.ft. Free Standing Emergency Department located in Destin, FL.
At Fawcett Memorial in Port Charlotte, FL, DeAngelis Diamond completed phase 1 of a CT replacement. The 8 week project consisted of a new GE Revolution CT Unit. The unit is one of the first built in the country, and produces high-quality shots of the organs, while delivering low doses of radiation, which puts more patients at ease. The DeAngelis Diamond project team includes Superintendent, Philip Rose, Project Coordinator, Marsha Oldinski, and Division Manager, Scott Currens.
DeAngelis Diamond received the Business Expansion Award last night at the Excellence in Industry Awards run by Opportunity Naples, an affiliate of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. The event is focused on keeping and attracting businesses in Collier County.
This years recipient of the DeAngelis Diamond Construction Scholarship Endowed Fund goes to Michael Oshea, a senior in the Civil Engineering program at Florida Gulf Coast University. Michael has a 3.59 GPA and is extremely dedicated to using his education to make a difference in the world. It is an honor to be able to help him achieve his goals. See Michael's story below-
DeAngelis Diamond was on Spartan grounds this last week for the fall career fair at Michigan State University! Students in the college of engineering swarmed the room for a chance to talk to some major construction, engineering, and architectural firms. DeAngelis Diamond offers co-ops, internships, and full time opportunities for grads! Visit the "Join Team" page on our website for more information!
Director of Marketing, Kaisa Schmidt, has been named Marketing Director of the Year by the Collier Building Industry Association. The award was presented at the 2016 Sand Dollar Awards.
The Birmingham Office hosted a meet and greet for subcontractors last week as a networking event to get to know the DeAngelis Diamond Birmingham team. DD team members raffled off giveaways including a Yeti cooler. The event had a great turnout with over 100 guests and was overall very successful.
The Ground Breaking ceremony for the US Storage 125th Project located in North Miami was held this week. The ceremony was coordinated between the property owners CRP/Westport Properties, The City of North Miami, the Greater North Miami Chamber of Commerce and DeAngelis Diamond Construction. In attendance from DeAngelis Diamond Construction were John DeAngelis, David Kovalik, James Greenblatt and Sharon Douglas.
Last Thursday, the Bayfront Medical Center team held a BBQ luncheon for subs and hospital staff to celebrate project completion of phase 1. What a nice event to show our appreciation!
36 Hours of Cooking + 112 Pounds of Pork + Over 150 people fed = 1 VERY happy facility