Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) March 24, 2012
Jacksonville-based Gate Precast Company has recently been awarded multiple projects in Northeast Florida.
St Vincent’s Healthcare will begin construction on a new 147,000-square-foot hospital in Clay County, FL, which will feature a total precast concrete building frame produced at Gate Precast’s Jacksonville, FL manufacturing facility. Construction is slated to begin in mid-May and the hospital will open in October 2013.
Gate Precast will also begin production on a new 130-car parking garage that will support the Latitude 30 entertainment complex in Jacksonville. The parking garage should be completed by summer 2012.
Other recently awarded projects include a parking garage for the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort, the Recycling Center for Republic Services in West Jacksonville, Mas-Tec Data Center in Jacksonville Beach and Avenida Menendez Seawall in St. Augustine.
With over 2,000 individual precast components, Gate Precast is nearing completion on its subcontract with Hunt/Mills Joint Venture on the 330,000 square-foot expansion of Chatham County’s Detention Center in Savannah, GA.
Gate Precast Company is a subsidiary of Gate Petroleum Company, headquartered in Jacksonville, FL. Gate owns and operates eight manufacturing facilities and has become one of the largest and most diversified precast design assistance consultants and precast concrete producers in the United States. The company is recognized annually as a top subcontractor by Engineering News Record Magazine and was recently presented with the Best-in-Class PCI Design Awards on multiple projects. For more information, please visit http://www.gateprecast.com.