13 Apr Seagate Earns Awards for Two Design-Build Headquarters
Commercial Construction & Renovation – a digital publication that covers design, construction and facilities operations of commercial construction companies throughout the U.S. – has presented two Project Profile Awards to Seagate Development Group. These profiles represent some of the top commercial construction projects in the country.
The first award went to Seagate for the design-build of Scotlynn USA Division Inc.’s state-of the-art, Class-A North American corporate headquarters along the Alico Corridor in Fort Myers. With I-75 frontage, its 60,000-square-foot, three-story facility is geared towards a growing staff that enjoys a walking path, gym, basketball court, full-service cafeteria, recreational space, collaboration areas, breakrooms with beverage stations, as well as ping-pong, billiards and foosball tables. Completed in 2021, it is topped with design features that reflect the industry – garage doors, tractor-trailer-style elevator doors and container-like wall panels – along with training and conference rooms, private office suites and ample room for growth.
The second award is for Seagate’s state-of-the-art, two-story, 13,000-square-foot corporate headquarters off Alico Road and I-75 in Fort Myers. Completed in 2020, it was designed and built by Seagate, with interior design by Theory Design, a Seagate Development Group company. Views from I-75 display steel brackets, floor to ceiling windows and the standout Seagate logo. The highly amenitized interior includes private office suites, lounge areas, a design studio, conference and training rooms, a boardroom with a balcony, two kitchens, smart technology and a hotel-style lobby.
“Seagate’s commercial division specializes in design-builds because we believe that a one-stop shop with a developer’s mindset can change the landscape of Southwest Florida – and it definitely has,” said Matt Price, CEO & Partner of Seagate Development Group. “To see that two of our bigger projects to date are featured alongside builds in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta and others is beyond Seagate’s wildest imagination.”
To view the issue, visit https://issuu.com/bocdesigninc/docs/ccr-issue3-22?fr=sYmI3NDI2MTY4Mzc. Seagate projects are featured on publication pages 52 and 58.