Project Cost: $10 Million
Project Type: Conversion Hotel/Condominium
Size of Project: 164 Units, 750 S.F. – 1,000 S.F. each
After over ten months of Planning Board and Pinellas County Commision votes and approvals, it all comes down to one more final vote of the Commission at 9:30 AM, October 16, 2012. “it’s been a long process, we could not be more excited to get this project started” says Guy Gannaway of GSA Contracting, Inc.
The Safety Harbor Museum is nearing completion. “We anticipate completion before the end of October”, states Guy Gannaway of GSA Contracting, Inc. The Project will be delivered early according to the original construction schedule. “We are very proud of this Project. The City of Safety Harbor has been a pleasure to work with”.
By unanimous vote of the Pinellas County Planing and Zoning Board, the “Osprey Adult Living Residence” was approved for the Zoning and Land Use Changes required allowing for the Project to go for Final Approval of the Pinellas County Board of Commissioners next month.
“We at GSA Contracting are very excited with the approval. We hope to break ground in the next 30 days”. said Guy Gannaway of GSA. “This will be one of our premier projects. Site plan approval is winding down and Building Permits should be submitted this week”.
GSA is proud to anounce that permit approvals are almost complete for one of our new projects. We will be starting Phase 1 (96 units) of a 141 unit Premier ALF called The Osprey Adult Living Facility in September!
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These words best describe the characteristics each of our work sites display to the community. We’ve maintained these principles throughout our history, and they continue to guide us on all fronts.
This vision represents who we are as a company. GSA’s vision is the heart we apply to every project, and we do it with commitment, collaboration and strong integrity. We are more invested in the spirit of community and equitable balance with our clients than short-term profits. We understand that, when a building is finished, it is a monument of whatever we put into it, and will stand long after we are gone.