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School Board of Alachua County Howard Bishop Middle Transition School

The Redesign-Redevelopment of Howard Bishop Middle School is a large undertaking and requires the students and faculty to find a temporary home.

University of Florida College of Nursing Innovation & Learning Lab

The total renovation of existing teaching space to be transformed into a state of the art learning center for the College of Nursing.

ORMC Ocala Heart of Florida Heart Center Renovations

A three-story medical building renovation including interior demolition and remodel of offices, training and exam rooms, and board room.

Scorpio Supports Operation Graduation 2020

Congratulations to the Class of 2020! You are certainly making your mark on history. Thanks to the partnership of Alachua County Public Schools and our local CBS4/NBC9 stations, each Alachua County Public High School will be celebrating graduation with their own televised graduation ceremony. Operation Graduation 2020 has been activated.…

North Florida Regional Medical Center and Scorpio Celebrate New Renovation with Ribbon Cutting

Ribbon-cutting North Florida Regional Medical Center’s newly built 20-bay Pre-Operative unit on the 2nd Floor of the Surgical Tower hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 21, 2020. This is one of the many projects that Team Scorpio has been working on for NFRMC over the past year. We love the…

UF College of Education Returns Home

A New Norman Scorpio has reached a major milestone in the renovation to the UF College of Education’s historic home – Norman Hall. Floors one, two and three have been completely renovated and classes and administration have returned home after relocating approximately 12 months ago. Areas of the building are…

Research village opens at Whitney Lab with another big project on the horizon

This article appeared in the St. Augustine Record . Original can be found here.

The goal of the multimillion-dollar project, which had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Dec. 8, is to give visiting scientists and students a place to stay and conduct coastal, environmental and marine biology research.

“We are pretty excited about it,” said Jessica Long, director of development and external relations.

The village features a cluster of six sustainably built cottages each equipped with four bedrooms a kitchen and a shared living space. The cottages more than double the current housing by adding 24 beds.

The Florida Legislature pitched in more than $700,000 with fundraising covering the estimated additional costs of $2.3 million.

The research village project is part of an overall expansion at the campus across State Road A1A from Marineland.

Long said the next project is a 25,000-square-foot laboratory building featuring an expanded sea turtle hospital. UF has already raised more than $10 million, about half the money needed, for that project. The goal is to raise more money in 2019 and begin building by 2020.