Seagate Development Group Completes EmCyte

Seagate Development Group Completes EmCyte

Seagate Development Group has completed EmCyte Corporation’s 30,000-square-foot headquarters, located at 4331 Veronica S. Shoemaker Blvd. in Fort Myers. This comes as the medical device manufacturer and distributor experiences milestone-level growth, particularly in FDA 510(k) clearances of innovative product systems like those for platelet-rich plasma therapy.

Seagate started by remodeling just 11,314 square feet of EmCyte-purchased space at this location. Then, EmCyte gradually took over additional space once occupied by an indoor playground as well as a commercial transportation dealership.

“We thought big and began small, so that we could commit to our mission without getting too far ahead of ourselves,” said Patrick Pennie, Founder, President and CEO of EmCyte Corporation® whose advanced medical background in both Florida and New York City inspired his development of one of the first autologous regenerative treatment protocols for chronic wound care. “As we continued to make a clinical difference in countries around the globe, our team and its stakeholders needed a facility that aligned with unstoppable innovations.”

The result is Seagate’s reconfiguration of the entire site for storage as well as reception and start-of-the-art

training areas, bathrooms, offices, a conference room and laboratory, an X-ray room and examination rooms, clinic treatment and manufacturing facilities, and an AV-equipped auditorium. Many of the amenities are accompanied by stain-resistant carpeting and modern lighting and fixtures. This complements a multitude of purposes and the evident technologically advanced space and who occupies it.

“My team knew that EmCyte had potential in Fort Myers the moment we launched the remodel, so we planned accordingly. As we took additional steps, we knew there was more to be done, and now that this project is complete, it’s fit for an even greater impact,” said Matt Price, CEO and Partner of Seagate Development Group. “And to have had a hand in its history is our contribution to an industry that has more to offer than many people realize.”

For more information on EmCyte’s renovation and Seagate’s headquarters-based portfolio, visit SeagateDevelopmentGroup.com.

For more information on EmCyte’s renovation and Seagate’s headquarters-based portfolio, visit SeagateDevelopmentGroup.com.