ORLANDO, FL (June 8, 2010) – A Utah-headquartered church corporation selected Winter Park Construction (WPC) to handle the interior demolition and renovation of one of its Fort Lauderdale churches, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located at 1100 SW 11th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.
As one of Central Florida’s largest and most respected general contractors, WPC (www.wpc.com) directed the large interior demolition and renovation of the 13,000 sq. ft. church structure and its mechanical equipment, in addition to providing site improvements to the 3.5-acre property including sanitary tie, septic abandonment, landscaping, new sidewalks and parking lot improvements.
Corporation of the Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a Utah corporation, owns the Fort Lauderdale church.
The four-month project included demolition, new framing and mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and new finishes. It included working with new subcontractors and VMR (value managed relationships) as requested by the church ward.
In announcing the contract completion, Jeff Forrest, President of Winter Park Construction (WPC) added that Jason Bordeau served as Project Manager for the $833,000 job and Kevin Corrado was Operations Manager.
Founded in 1974, Winter Park Construction specializes in the renovation, multi-family, hospitality, commercial, student housing, and senior living markets. WPC has completed projects all over the United States and Mexico.
The Orlando Business Journal has ranked Winter Park Construction one of Central Florida’s largest local construction/general contractor companies. With revenues exceeding $200 million, Winter Park Construction has completed over one billion square feet of construction work. Over 40% of the operations staff with management responsibilities are LEED accredited. For more information, visit www.wpc.com.
For Additional Information
Contact Jeff Forrest at 407-644-8923
SOURCE: Winter Park Construction