Biltmore Construction’s municipal experience is extensive.  From fire stations to public safety headquarters, municipal court facilities, community centers, bridge repairs, jails, parks/recreation centers/pool facilities, public trails, libraries, etc., Biltmore Construction is a partner that many municipalities have come to depend on.  Whether it’s a roof repair under a continuing contract, a major renovation of existing facilities or a brand new facility, Biltmore Construction functions as an extension of staff partnering with your team to complete every project (big or small) on time and in budget.  Representative clients include:

  • City of Clearwater
  • City of Doral
  • City of Dunedin
  • City of Homestead
  • City of Lakeland
  • City of Largo
  • City of Key Largo
  • City of Marathon
  • City of Safety Harbor
  • City of Seminole
  • City of St. Petersburg
  • City of Tampa
  • City of Tarpon Springs
  • City of Treasure Island
  • Escambia County
  • Hillsborough County
  • Martin County
  • Monroe County
  • Pinellas County
  • Pinellas County Housing Authority
  • St. Petersburg Housing Authority
  • State of Florida
  • Village of Islamorada

“Biltmore built our new fire station under a Construction Manager at Risk Contract with the City of Clearwater. All work was completed on time and within or under budget. Biltmore is very professional, responsive and cooperative. Biltmore provided pre-construction services, performing constructability reviews and significant value engineering modifications that eventually lead to City Council approving the “initial” architectural look of the station and avoiding a complete redesign to lower costs.
The City has and will continue to work with Biltmore under our CM at Risk for continuing contracts, recently renewed for a three-year term. Biltmore has recently completed bridge rehabilitation, concrete restoration, ADA upgrades and sidewalk improvements, slope repairs, pier rehabilitation and utility painting work under our continuing contracts program, all on time and within budget. Biltmore was frequently able to add more scope to the project due to cost savings under the original scope. I highly recommend Biltmore to any client.”

Tara L. Kivett, Engineering Construction Manager, City of Clearwater Engineering Department

Featured Project

Clearwater Fire Rescue Administration Headquarters & Fire Station 45, Clearwater, Florida

The new 3-story Fire Station 45 and Administration Center is Headquarters for the City’s Fire Department, housing the Fire Prevention and Inspection Division, the district chiefs for emergency management, special operations and health and safety.  Construction is architectural precast components, with impact windows “hardened” to withstand a Category-5 storm event, supported by redundant back-up generator systems to maintain full operations.  The exterior finish is thin-brick cast-in panels and features a 3-story glass entryway.

The ground floor houses an entry lobby with 3-floor elevator;  four apparatus and equipment storage bays;  training room; offices; decontamination room; maintenance room; air fill room; and support spaces.   This station serves the downtown district of both commercial and residential areas of downtown Clearwater so the station is equipped with one ALS engine company, one ALS rescue unit, one aerial truck company, one district commander, and a support of special teams equipment and reserve apparatus.  The second floor houses EMS, sleeping quarters for 12; toilet/shower areas; kitchen, pantry and dining room; exercise/weight room; TV/Day Room; linen storage and fire-pole room.  The third floor houses Department administration offices for the Division Chief, Deputy Chief, Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, Fire Marshall, Administrative Analyst, and support office all featuring a modular wall system for future flexibility. The Fire Prevention and Inspection Division is also based out of the station, as are the district chiefs for emergency management, special operations and health and safety. There is also the 911 radio dispatch and EOC communication center; large conference and roll call meeting room; employee lounge; restrooms; and stairwells.

The project scope included complete site development including infrastructure installation, lighting, parking; and demolition of existing structures.  Biltmore provided extensive value engineering working in collaboration with the A/E and City to meet the City’s budget.  LEED Gold Certification pending.

  • City of Seminole Fire Station No. 30
  • City of Tampa Water Works Park
  • City of Seminole Public Works Administration/Emergency Operations Center
  • City of Seminole Public Works Operations/Maintenance Building
  • Clearwater Fire Station 45
  • Islamorada Admnistrative Center & Public Safety Headquarters
  • Largo Data Center
  • Largo Library
  • Marathon Fire Station No. 14
  • North Shore Park & Aquatics Center
  • Safey Harbor Library
  • Seminole Community Center
  • St. Petersburg Judicial Tower Renovations
  • West St. Petersburg Joint-Use Library
  • City of Doral NW 114th Ave. Park and Recreation Complex