DeAngelis Diamond is named the general contractor as construction will begin by year’s end on Fort Myers Beach project.
FORT MYERS — A new Margaritaville Resort is planned for Fort Myers Beach, and Naples-based DeAngelis Diamond has been named the general contractor. Construction is scheduled to begin in December on the 254-room resort. It will include two beachside restaurants, a beach club, a 22,000-square-foot terrace restaurant and a coffee shop.
Owned and operated by Minnesota-based TPI Hospitality, the resort has been designed by Ramaker & Associates of Sauk City, Wis.
“We chose DeAngelis Diamond because they know how to run a job, and they know how to run a big job,” says TPI Hospitality Chairman Tom Torgerson in a press release. “They just have a great reputation.”
DeAngelis Diamond specializes in commercial, multifamily and health care construction.