Chris-Tel Construction was selected to provide Construction Manager at Risk services for the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers.

The Broadway Apartments was a two-story, 40-unit abandoned multi-family complex chosen by the Southwest Florida Affordable Housing Choice Foundation, Inc. as part of a neighborhood stabilization project.

The scope of work included site development and parking lot improvements, interior demolition and construction, architectural elements similar to the surrounding neighborhood, interior and exterior finishes for each unit to include a photovoltaic solar water heating system, high efficiency HVAC, low volume plumbing and high performance windows, energy star appliances and covered entryways. The project was awarded a LEED© Platinum Certification for Homes—the 1st ever in Florida as well as the 2012 Summit Award for Best LEED Certified Project Improvement/Renovations from the Lee Building Industry Association.

Project Features
Industry:

Institutional

Sector:

Multi-Family

Client:

The Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers

Architect:

BSSW Architects

Delivery Method:

Construction Manager at Risk

Completion Date:

January 2012

Construction Cost:

$2,709,073

Square Footage:

35,000 SF | Apartments and Clubhouse

43,366 SF | Site

Awards/Certifications:
  • LEED Platinum Certified
  • 2012 Lee BIA Summit Award for Best LEED Certified Project Improvement/Renovations

Key Contacts

Howard L. Wheeler II

Howard L. Wheeler II

President

Donnie Singleton

Donnie Singleton

Executive Vice President