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Sarasota roofing company lands Tampa airport gig

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  • | 2:00 p.m. February 2, 2016
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SARASOTA — Sutter Roofing Co. has been awarded the roofing and sheet metal contracts for a $953 million construction project at Tampa International Airport, according to a release.

Sutter will work with Skanska Construction on the main terminal expansion and The Beck Group/Austin Commercial on the consolidated rental car facility and automated people mover expansion, the release says. The overall project will require more than 1,000 construction workers every day in January and February of this year, according to the release.

Sutter Roofing will install more than 200,000 square feet of modified bitumen roofing and more than 230,000 square feet of standing seam metal roofing, the statement says. The project, which will be completed by the spring of 2017, will require more than 50,000 total hours of work from the roofing company.

“This is a great project for us with long-term customers that know they can count on us to deliver a quality and timely installation,” says Sutter's president Doug Sutter in the release. “Our local Tampa workforce is very excited to be a part of this tremendous project for our region.”

Founded in 1902, Sutter Roofing works on commercial projects in the Southeast. The firm began its Florida operation in 1979.


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