Aventura, FL (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
Big Dog Construction Services today announced that is has been selected to construct the new Yacht Master's Office at the Williams Island Marina in Aventura, Florida. The office, located in the newly finished Bellini Building at 4100 Island Blvd., will become the base of operations for the marina and include work-out, laundry and office spaces for the marina operations, as well as crew from docked vessels.
"We are proud to be a part of the team selected for this exceptional project," said Big Dog Construction Services President David Rosenof. Big Dog Construction is a full-service general contractor headquartered in Parkland, Florida.
Designed by Miami based Sol-ARCH and Interior Designer Design Momentum, the Yacht Master's facility will be constructed of the highest level of finishes including sea stone quartz, and solid teak woodwork. According to Williams Island Marina President Scott Huizenga, the facility is due to open by the summer.
“This new office will be an asset to the local community for years to come, and a vast improvement over the current facility,” said Huizenga.
Williams Island Marina offers over 100 slips accommodating yachts up to 160 feet with a 7 foot draft. The Marina takes pride in delivering world-class customer service and full docking benefits to members. A quick jaunt from most residences, boaters can be on the water in minutes. With access to the Ojus Canal and Intracoastal Waterway, Marina members can chart a course to the Atlantic Ocean or a variety of inshore adventures.
About Big Dog Construction Services, Inc.
Established in 2012, Big Dog Construction Services, Inc. is led by David Rosenof. Over three decades, Mr. Rosenof has been involved in over $1 billion of construction. Projects have included more than a dozen market sectors: public assembly, government, education and higher education, warehouse, manufacturing, multi-family (mid- and high-rise condos), high-end residential, office, retail, hospitality, religious, medical, recreation and transportation. Contracts have spanned the gamut of delivery methods: CM at risk, cost plus, design build, master agreement, performance contracting, preconstruction agreement, as well as stipulated sum.