Sarasota Fla. – Sarasota County hasselected Lakewood Ranch based Halfacre Construction to renovate all of the plumbing at the Terrace Building on US 41 in Sarasota. The building, originally constructed in the 1920’s, is currently undergoing a generator replacement project by the Halfacre team and the plumbing renovation will begin in March.
“Our team has a lot of experience inside this building because of the current project we are working on,” said Jack Cox, president of the commercial construction company. “We are proud that our past work spoke for itself and we have been selected again to continue renovations in this historic building. Our goal is to complete the task safely and as quickly as possible with minimal disruptions to the staff and the public using the many services offered throughout the building,” said Cox.
Every bathroom in the building will be renovated starting with the top floors and business will remain open during the entire renovation. The project is expected to take about 12 months and people can keep track of the progress on the Halfacre Construction Facebook page or the company’s blog.
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 constructionprojects will be delivered on time, within budget, with the utmost integrityand with the expertise and financial strength needed for success.
President Jack Cox serves as president of the Suncoast Charities for Children and is an appointed member of the Probable Cause Panel of the Construction Industry Licensing Board for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. 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 GreenBuilding Rating System.For more information, go to www.halfacreconstruction.com