Through the Facchina-HSC Restoration Division, Facchina-HSC served as the General Contractor partnership on the $18 million (approximately) Park Shore Tower Hurricane Damage Restoration and Related Work project in Naples, Florida. Ranked at #3 by Gulf Coast Business Review in the 2009 Top Construction Projects, Facchina-HSC undertook this unique and challenging project to repair damage that the luxury residential condominium, originally constructed in 1982, suffered from Hurricane Wilma in October 2005.
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With scaffolding rising 240 feet in the air, Park Shore Tower is believed to be the largest scaffolding project in the State of Florida at its undertaking. The scope calls for the complete removal of the buildings existing exterior skin and replacement with a new EIFS system; replacement of all associated electrical and plumbing components, replace existing interior drywall and exterior sheathing; removal and replacement of approximately 418 windows, 99 doors and atrium glass. Essentially, the 226,992 sf building is being re-built from the roof down, while remaining partially occupied by residents. Facchina-HSC’s commitment to environmentally responsible construction led to more than 11,000 tons of material being recycled.
Here is the Finished Building:
Although other contractors said that it would take no less than 24 months to complete, Facchina-HSC is currently scheduled to complete the project 10 months early, despite additions to the original scope.