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Prominent area builder expands out of region, opens seventh office

The new office is DeAngelis Diamond’s first in Central Florida.

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  • | 7:51 p.m. December 10, 2020
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NAPLES — DeAngelis Diamond, one of the largest construction firms in the region, has opened a new office, in Orlando.

It’s the Naples-based firm’s seventh office overall, and first in Central Florida, according to a statement. The company recently signed a lease for 4,100 square feet at 111 N. Orange Ave. in Downtown Orlando, the release adds, and will be fully renovating the space before moving in in spring 2021. The company currently has over $140 million under construction in Central Florida, with another $100 million scheduled to break-ground in the 2021 first quarter.

“It is an honor for us to be trusted by so many to have a part in building the future of Orlando,” says DeAngelis Diamond co-founder David Diamond in the statement. “Orlando has a great history and an exciting future, attracting a diversity of bright, creative and entrepreneurial people and businesses.”

DeAngelis Diamond’s Orlando office will focus on commercial, health care, multifamily, and senior living projects in Orlando and surrounding areas, the release states. Central Florida construction executive TJ Sellers will oversee the office. With 11 years of construction experience in Central Florida, Sellers joins the DeAngelis Diamond team after working with national contractor Turner Construction.

“As a long-time resident of Orlando, I am excited to bring the values-led and relationship-focused approach of DeAngelis Diamond to Central Florida,” says Sellers in the statement. “We look forward to developing authentic relationships and positively influencing the Orlando community for many years to come.”

Founded in 1996, DeAngelis Diamond has grown from a single office in Naples to now seven locations throughout the Southeast and extending to the Midwest. It also does work in the Caribbean Islands. It posted $318.45 million in revenue in 2019.





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