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Oak Hall School New Welcome Center

Oak Hall School is adding a new Welcome Center and security upgrades to its campus.

Clay County District Schools Keystone Elementary New Cafeteria and Classroom Building

New Keystone Heights Elementary School cafeteria, media center, and new classrooms

Marion County Public Schools New Central Warehouse

Construction of a new 65,000 sf central warehouse for the Marion County Public Schools District.

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Scorpio is seeking an experienced Field Manager/Superintendent. The focus of this position is ensuring projects are delivered safely, with high quality, and on schedule utilizing proven processes, systems, standards, and guidelines. It also focuses on relationships with subcontractors, design and engineering consultants, and other project stakeholders. Drive, determination, and a…

Scorpio Delivers on Gator Nation Giving Day 2022

  During UF’s fourth annual Giving Day on February 17, 2022, Scorpio’s pride and passion for the Gator Nation was on full display. For the third year in a row Team Scorpio had 100% participation!  There are few opportunities for our team to show our appreciation for the institution that…

Scorpio Recognized with Community Involvement Award

Each year, the Greater Gainesville Chamber of Commerce honors local businesses and organizations for their role in helping this region become a global hub of talent, innovation, and opportunity. These awards celebrate chamber members and recognize all the good they do in the region and around the world.     In…

Scorpio hosts Mirror Image Leadership Academy Students

Scorpio played host to twelve Middle School students and their mentors from the Mirror Image Leadership Academy on July 15, 2021. The Mirror Image Leadership Academy (MILA) is a non-profit located in Gainesville, formed by a group of dedicated community leaders after years of research and development.  The program consists of a 3-year leadership development experience for rising 7th graders, primarily focused on, but not limited to, African American males in Alachua County with a mission is to help young men discover for themselves the leader that lies within through innovative and experiential learning while expanding possibilities through exposure with the vision of positively impacting the generational trajectory of black families.

Students joined Domenic Scorpio for lunch and learned more about construction management and how he created Scorpio. After enjoying lunch and some games in the Scorpio Rec Room, the young men were invited on a tour of the newly Redesigned and Redevelopment Howard Bishop Middle School, scheduled to open for classes this fall. 

Scorpio is committed to further involvement with this inspiring organization and looks forward to next summer’s engagement.