Perry McCall Construction News

Daytona State College awarded Perry-McCall the construction management services for Daytona State College Student Center & Workforce Transition Facility project.

Budgeted at $32 Million, this project is for the construction of an estimated 90,000 GSF four-story building located on the Daytona State College Campus. It will consist of Classrooms, Offices, Conference Rooms, Food Services, Academic Support and Student Service areas. Project includes site work to existing infrastructure with roadway and parking improvements.

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Perry-McCall Construction as they celebrate Anthem Lakes Assisted Living Facility's Groundbreaking Ceremony at 4:00p.m., January 21, 2016.

Anthem Lake Address: 905 Assisi Lane, Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233.

Please RSVP at John Paul Goode at 904-583-5399

www.anthemlakes.com

September 2015.  Perry-McCall Construction was selected by Baptist Health as the contractor on their newest freestanding emergency center (artist's rendering above).  The new 17,030 square foot facility is located off Gate Parkway at the St. Johns Town Center.

In 2013, Perry-McCall Construction completed work on Baptist's first ever freestanding emergency center at their new Clay Campus in Fleming Island, Florida.  This project represents another major capital project that Baptist Health has entrusted to the team at Perry-McCall.

For more information about Baptist Health and their new Town Center Emergency Center, click here.

Health care projects are leading the way for commercial construction in Jacksonville and giving local contractors a shot in the arm.

In the first five months of this year, the city of Jacksonville issued building permits for $87.7 million of health care construction — the top category of commercial construction for permits of $50,000 and above, accounting for 27.6 percent of all permits. That figure includes assisted/senior living facilities.

"The contractors are all sanguine about prospects for health care construction in Jacksonville in the next few years. 'I think it’s going to be good.'"

-  Carson McCall in Jacksonville Business Journal interview discussing Healthcare Construction.

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February 20, 2015 - Perry-McCall Construction was selected by First Baptist Church of Jacksonville as Construction Manager for their new South Campus, located in Nocatee, Florida.  Perry-McCall is excited about the opportunity to work with First Baptist Church of Jacksonville on this exciting project.

The Wall Street Journal

 July 8, 2014 - Can zoo animals find happiness in high-rise apartment living? 

A number of the nation's zoos are opening the gates of traditional pens to let animals roam the grounds high above their human visitors. In Denver, elephants and rhinos take a rustic-style bridge to cross between recreation areas as people watch from below. At Florida's Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, tigers are free to roam a new trail that loops around exhibits of babirusa pigs, Asian small-clawed otters and Visayan warty pigs—many of which would be their prey in the Asian tropics.

Watch video of the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens' animal care and conservation deputy director, Dan Maloney, detail the Zoo's new Tiger Exhibit here 


 

In March of this year, Perry-McCall Construction moved into our new offices located off Philips Highway.

Our new mailing address is:

6104 S Gazebo Park Place
Jacksonville, FL 32257

Phone: (904) 292-2645
Fax: (904) 292-2643

 


 

The Florida Times-Union

March 7, 2014 - Five tigers — two Sumatran, three Malayan — are the main attraction in the Land of the Tiger exhibit opening Saturday at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.

But the $9.5 million expansion of the zoo’s Asia Precinct features other exotic animals with Asian roots as well: Visayan and babirusa pigs, small-clawed otters and wreathed and wrinkled hornbills. 

Land of the Tiger is the most significant addition to the zoo since the Range of the Jaguar opened in 2004, said Tony Vecchio, the zoo’s executive director. Though the jaguar exhibit is larger and cost more, Vecchio said, he believes Land of the Tiger is even better.

“All the things that we did with the jaguar exhibit — the theming, the special views, the underwater viewing, the ‘nose-to-nose’ experience through glass — we’ve done for the tiger exhibit,” Vecchio said, “but we’ve also given the animals more freedom and choices as they roam. I think we’ve learned a lot about not just the physical needs but the psychological needs of the animals and how to keep them stimulated.”

Read more at Jacksonville.com


 

The Daytona Beach News-Journal

February 4, 2014 - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is now home to the largest research telescope in Florida.

School leaders hope the addition will help them attract students to a new bachelor's degree program in astronomy and astrophysics and expand research opportunities for faculty and students.

Crews used a crane to hoist the 2-ton telescope, still in pieces, up to the fifth floor of the new Colleges of Arts and Sciences building on Monday. It's not working yet because the school is waiting for a mirror that will be inserted into the telescope within the next month. A 15-foot-tall retractable dome covers the instrument. The meter-long telescope, and six smaller portable telescopes that will be mounted on a terrace outside the dome, are valued at about $2 million.

Read more at news-journalonline.com


Orlando Sentinel

February 3, 2014 - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University on Monday installed a $1 million telescope at its Daytona Beach campus, which gives the school bragging rights as home to Florida's largest university research telescope.

Officials hope the 16-foot-tall, 2-ton device will draw more students to the campus and to an astronomy major it plans to start offering later this year.

Embry-Riddle is among the colleges across the state and nation that have expanded astronomy programs as interest has grown in recent years.

Read more at orlandosentinel.com


 

Washington County News

December 3, 2013 - CHIPLEY - The Washington County School Board chose the firm Perry-McCall Construction on Monday to provide management services overseeing the demolition and construction of the Vernon Elementary School project, scheduled to begin over Christmas break.

The board held a special meeting on Monday, Dec. 2 to hear from five competing firms who wanted the job of construction manager for the district. Each of the five firms was allowed to make a 20-minute presentation to the board, before the board members ranked the presentations and chose a provider.

The Jacksonville based firm was ranked first of the five competing firms.

Read more at ChipleyPaper.com


 

The Florida Times-Union

July 23, 2013 - With its plans for a hospital in North Jacksonville on hold, UF Health Jacksonville will break ground soon on a new $27.7 million office medical building in the area. 

The former Shands Jacksonville just received the building permit for a six-story, 210,000-square-foot building on Max Leggett Parkway near River City Marketplace. The ground is already being cleared, and the hospital will hold a ground-breaking next month, a spokesman said. With construction expecting to take 18 or 19 months, opening would be in early 2015.

Read more at Jacksonville.com


 

The Florida Times-Union

July 5, 2013 - Jacksonville University has selected Perry-McCall Construction Inc. to build the University’s new $8 million, 30,000-square-foot Colleges of Health Sciences.

Perry-McCall, which built JU’s Marine Science Research Institute, will begin site preparation the week of July 8 and is scheduled to complete the project in July 2014. Dasher Hurst Architects of Jacksonville will provide design services.

A centerpiece of JU’s $85 million ASPIRE comprehensive campaign, the new two-story building is part of a $20-million phased plan to meet growing demand by expanding the College of Health Science’s facilities, programs, faculty and partnerships with the medical community.

Read more at Jacksonville.com