Suffolk, one of the largest building contractors in Florida, recently commemorated the topping off of Sanctuary at Doral during a ceremony. The July 26 celebration was attended by more than 250 guests.
Sanctuary at Doral will be a 226-unit apartment complex with two, five-story parking garages and two stand-alone buildings with 26,100 sq-ft of retail and grade parking. The project, which is situated on 7.8 acres, will also feature a two-story clubhouse with outdoor amenities including a soccer field, a dog park and splash pads, and a bike path.
Suffolk was selected as a construction partner by Shoma Group, a leading real estate development company with over 30 years of experience in the South Florida market.
“Suffolk is proud to partner with Shoma Group to create a unique, mixed-use project in the growing City of Doral,” said Peter Tuffo, president and general manager of the Southeast region of Suffolk.
“Embracing Suffolk’s ‘Build Smart’ methodology and collaborating closely with Shoma Group and MSA Architects has allowed us to reach the topping-off of the Sanctuary at Doral six weeks ahead of schedule.”
In addition to Sanctuary at Doral, Suffolk is managing several other prestigious construction projects in South Florida including 2000 Ocean, Inspired Living at Royal Palm Beach, The Bristol, Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood, Ritz-Carlton Residences, and the expansion at Sebastian River Medical Center.
Suffolk’s vision is to “transform the construction experience by building smart” – always challenging the industry status quo and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. With a strong belief in the power of innovation and peopleSuffolk’s strong culture of innovation, combined with the most advanced tools such as virtual design and construction (VDC), virtual reality technologies and lean construction principles, is revolutionizing the industry.
Suffolk is a national building contractor with $3.7 billion in annual revenue and offices in Boston, New York City, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Estero, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. Privately held and is led by Founder, Chairman and CEO John Fish, Suffolk is ranked #23 on the Engineering News Record list of “Top 400 Contractors” in the country.