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UF Medical Science Building Research Laboratory Renovation

Scorpio has completed a transformative renovation to the 4th floor of the Medical Science Building

UF Historic Peabody Hall – Dean of Students Renovation

Located at the heart of the University of Florida campus, the project consists of the complete renovation of the second floor and the north half

The City of Wildwood New Municipal Services Complex

The project includes the construction of a new Municipal Services Complex located on approximately 10.7 acres in Wildwood FL.

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…

Partner Appreciation Message

We are grateful for your continued partnership and happy to share this message of appreciation from everyone at Team Scorpio.    

Hiring Senior Estimator

Scorpio is seeking an experienced Senior Estimator residing in the Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, or Gainesville markets. The focus of this position is on producing quality, detailed estimates from proven processes, systems, standards, and guidelines. It is also centered on established relationships with subcontractors, design and engineering consultants, and other project…

University of Florida College of Education Norman Hall Renovation & Expansion

  • Project Owner: University of Florida
  • Location: Gainesville FL
  • Completion Date: May 2019
  • Project Size: 120,000 sf
  • Partners: Walker Architects

Preservation and Transformation

The entire project for which Scorpio managed is a historic rehabilitation and innovative transformation of the College of Education’s historical physical form. The floor plans and aesthetics reflect the building’s original historic architectural design. Updates to the structures provide current and future technological advancements needed for education training. The program included the rehabilitation of @80,000SF Historic Norman Hall, the addition of a new College of Education Conference Center, and the renovation of @8,000SF of Norman Hall Office Building. This renovation also incorporated the build-out of Norman Hall’s previously unfinished basement to create the finished space for a large Starbucks and The Market Convenience Store.