West Palm Beach, FL (July 2012) Hedrick Brothers Construction Co., Inc., one of the largest, locally-owned construction management and general contracting firms based in Palm Beach County, was presented with the AIA Florida 2012 Builder of the Year Award at the American Institute of Architects Florida (AIA Florida) 2012 Annual Convention in Palm Beach, Florida. This award recognizes a company or firm in Florida who has exemplified a sincere and genuine interest in encouraging and affecting outstanding craftsmanship and workmanship in the performance of work. The company was nominated by Dailey Janssen Architects for their performance together on an oceanfront residential renovation in Jupiter Island, Florida.
“This was a challenging and complex project for the entire team, who worked hand-in-hand with the tradesmen to ensure that every aspect of the project was executed preisely. The unique project details, along with the state-of-the-art controls and equipment, the high-end, modern design finishes, and stunning architectural details required working with local, national and international specialty contractors to complete this oceanfront residence. The team of Contractor: Hedrick Brothers Construction Co., Inc., FL; Architect: Bryan Brown Architects, CT; Consulting Architect: Dailey Janssen Architects, FL; and Interior Designer: Ingrao, Inc., NY, worked together to understand the owner’s visions and brought them to reality,” said Dale R. Hedrick, President.
Hedrick Brothers Construction Co., Inc. was selected in May 2010 for the major renovation of this existing and incomplete, private, oceanfront residence in Jupiter Island, Florida. The team began with preconstruction management services for the 12,000 gross square feet with 7,300 square feet under air project which included forensics, demolition, foundation work, and taking the building back to its structural steel skeleton. The residence was then designed and built around an existing frame. With the modern design and exterior and interior finishes, all details had to be methodically engineered in advance and then implemented with precision. The 11 month project was completed on schedule and within budget.