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Westwood Middle School Redesign and Redevelopment

Originally built in 1951, Westwood Middle School is undergoing a complete design overhaul and transformation.

UF New Student Health Care Center

The New Student Health Care Center is a 46,000 outpatient health clinic located in the middle of UF's main campus

Alpha Phi New Sorority House at the University of Florida

Alpha Phi is building its first house for the University of Florida chapter Kappa Eta.

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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 and Keystone Heights Elementary Partner to Reward Student Behavior

We all know that giving kids (and adults) positive incentives to work towards helps them grow and learn how to accomplish goals. So, when Scorpio was asked to help expand the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program at Keystone Heights Elementary School, we jumped at the chance. Not only…

UF Southwest Campus Transportation Improvements

  • Project Owner: University of Florida
  • Location: Gainesville, FL
  • Completion Date: March 2022
  • Partners: Austin Commercial JBPro Engineering

UF- 642 Southwest Campus Transportation

A broad set of campus transportation improvements consisting of the creation of Ballpark Way, a new roundabout at Radio Road and Museum Drive, a rebuilt intersection at Archer Road, and modifications to turn lanes, medians, and crosswalks along Hull Road. Together, these improvements provide better accessibility for all modes of transportation – vehicles, buses, bicycles and pedestrians.

The improvements have been recommended in the UF Campus Master Plan and the Long-Range Transportation Plan of the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) for many years. The recent opening of the university’s new baseball stadium provided an opportunity to make these improvements a reality for all visitors, students, and employees who access this part of campus.

FDOT supplemented project funding to create a win-win with enhanced modifications at the Archer Road intersection that ease travel along the busy corridor. The City of Gainesville provided expertise and guidance for the connection to SW 23rd Terrace and maintains the citywide traffic signal system. The project was also supported by partnering with numerous campus entities – UF/IFAS, University Athletic Association, and the UF Cultural Plaza (Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Florida Museum of Natural History, and Harn Museum of Art). Ballpark Way is now open for public use.