EHC, Inc., a construction company providing pre-construction, earthwork and infrastructure services, recently announced it is moving its headquarters from Naples to a new campus that is now being developed in Fort Myers.
“After 29 years in business and 26 years in the current facility, we decided it was time to centralize and expand,” said Jeff Hunt, EHC president and owner. The new campus is nearly six times the size of the current campus, with close to twice the office space and five times the size of the shop.
Totaling approximately six acres, the headquarters property is on the southeast corner of Canal and VanBuren streets, and is being developed to house the company’s offices, maintenance and repair facilities, equipment storage yard, and water management facilities. The property also contains sufficient space to accommodate significant future expansion.
EHC is doing all the sitework, including clearing, fill, utilities, pavement, curbs, sidewalks, fencing, storage yard, landscape and irrigation.
When completed, the main headquarters building will have 8,000sf of office space on two floors and a singlelevel 6,000sf repair shop. Built of preengineered and fabricated metal with concrete floors and walls, the building will feature executive and staff offices, multiple conference rooms, employee training facilities, six heavy equipment repair bays, and the shop office.
Besides enabling EHC to accommodate staff events, meeting space and training facilities, the new facility also will be closer to where many of its employees live and projects are located.
Since its establishment in 1990, EHC has completed hundreds of construction projects in excess of hundreds of millions of dollars for numerous municipalities, developers, builders, owners, and general contractors. The company reported annual volume growth of 40% in 2018, and continues to experience steady growth in multifamily residential, infrastructure and commercial.
For more information, visit www. EHCconstruction.com.