• Halfacre Construction breaks ground on new utilities building

    Rendering for the Manatee County utilities building

    Rendering for the Manatee County utilities building

    BRADENTON, Fla. – This month, commercial construction company Halfacre Construction Company (HalfacreConstruction.com), broke ground on a new 7,200-square-foot building for the Manatee County Utilities Department in Bradenton, Fla.

    Slated for completion in July 2017, the building will house Manatee County’s growing staff at the utilities department and several conference rooms. The structure has been designed to meet the maximum energy code in Florida, with the roof and building ready for future solar panels.

    “This is Manatee County’s second project with Halfacre Construction in the construction manager capacity,” said Michael DiPinto, a project manager in the Construction Services Division of the Property Management Department for the Manatee County Government. “Working with them has been an all-around great experience. This project has been on the table for close to three years and has changed in shape and size according to the end user’s needs.”

    Located at 4410 66th St. W., the pre-engineered metal building will be constructed with masonry, stucco, aluminum storefront windows, railings and an aluminum canopy.

    About Halfacre Construction Company
    As the area’s oldest, most established, locally owned and operated private commercial construction company, Halfacre’s foundational strengths stand as evidence that its commercial and industrial construction projects will be delivered on time, within budget, with the utmost integrity and with the expertise and financial strength needed for success. Halfacre Construction also offers its expertise as a green building provider with the resources available to build viable, effective alternatives to reduce energy consumption and preserve natural resources. Staff includes U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) certified professionals who have demonstrated proficiency in green building practices and who possess a thorough grasp of the LEED Green Building Rating System. President Jack Cox serves as president of the Suncoast Charities for Children. For more information, please visit www.HalfacreConstruction.com.