Seagate Development Group is ready to break ground on Rice Insulation & Glass’ 35,000-square-foot facility. The Lee-County-based materials supplier will be the first tenant in a 40-acre, Seagate-owned business park at Alico Road and I-75.

The free-standing building will include 3,000 square feet of office space for sales and management teams – reception area with workstation, conference room, four oversized offices with 10 workstations, three standard offices, training and break rooms, and closets and restrooms. Additional space is reserved for a warehouse of insulation, glass, shower door and shelving materials.

Seagate also plans to build four high-dock doors and four grade-level doors as well as parking for up to 100 vehicles.

This project is set to commence in April and be complete by October. It comes just weeks after Seagate closed on the world-class business park that will house Rice Insulation and other single-tenant office, flex and industrial buildings. These accommodations allow business owners to improve efficiencies without the typical barriers created in a multi-tenant environment.

“Our design-build division looks forward to providing the highest standards of craftsmanship and second-to-none customer service to Rice Insulation and many others, just as it has with NeoGenomics, Scotlynn and Conditioned Air,” said Matt Price, CEO & Partner at Seagate Development Group. “This ideal location and multipurpose, expansive property are fit for any company that desires to launch, grow and thrive. As always, we can’t wait to get started.”  For more information on the upcoming business park and Seagate’s commercial portfolio, visit