If not for FINFROCK’s vertically-integrated business model – with architecture, engineering, manufacturing, and construction all under one roof – the timely execution of this project, from design through occupancy, would have been nearly impossible
Winter Park, Florida
The design-forward, luxury apartment community features one, two, and three-bedroom residences as well as classically sophisticated penthouses with expansive nine, ten, or twelve-foot ceilings.
This urban hotel on the water proves that FINFROCK’s design team can offer unparalleled possibilities.
NorthView is a resort style student apartment home to University of Central Florida students that comes complete with beach volleyball court, resort style pool, roof top sky deck, work out facilities and granite counter tops.
The mixed-use parking garage contributed to the LEED Gold Certification that Shands received for the total project.
By using an innovative design technique and unique framing systems, FINFROCK was able to provide a curved appearance at the front of the structure for no additional cost.
101 Eola is a condominium in downtown Orlando with 146 units, 280 car garage, an elevated pool and amenities.
FINFROCK designed, manufactured and erected the structures of four student housing facilities totaling 2,000 beds in 800,000 square feet of living area and three parking garages totaling 2,150 stalls.
The developers of Veranda Park wanted the durability of a precast structure and FINFROCK’s ability to deliver on a fixed price basis.
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
During the course of design, FINFROCK provided creative solutions that accommodated both the client’s wishes and the geometry of our precast structural elements.
Palm Beach, Florida
The student housing structure includes 92 rooms accommodating 184 students, 13,000 square feet of academic space and 526 parking spaces in one structure covering less than an acre.
St. Petersburg, Florida
This structure houses a state-of-the-art campus police station, an 18,000 square-foot bookstore, a 3,000 square-foot campus police station and a complete security system.
By producing structural concrete products off-site, fast-track construction shortened the interruption to an existing retail business—demolition of the existing retail to the opening of the new facility took only eight months.