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Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House – New Chapter Room Expansion

Two years after completing their brand new house, ADPi at UF has returned to partner with Scorpio to expand with a new Chapter Room.

Kappa Alpha Fraternity House Renovations

Renovation of the second floor of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity house.


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…

Buchholz High School Chiller Replacement

  • Project Owner: School Board of Alachua County
  • Location: Gainesville, FL
  • Completion Date: August 2018
  • Partners: Campbell Spellicy Engineering

Buchholz High School Chiller Replacement

The Buchholz High School Chiller Replacement project recently completed for the Alachua County School Board consisted of the replacement of the two existing water-cooled chiller systems with new packaged air-cooled chillers. The existing chillers, cooling towers, and condenser water pumps and all associated controls, piping, etc. were removed. The new chillers were located in the existing cooling tower yard outside of the building and new piping (partially underground) was provided to connect to the existing chilled water distribution pumps and campus loop. New controls by automated Logic Controls were included for integration of the new chillers and sequencing. All related electrical, site work, and structural supports were provided for the new system as well.