Winter Park Construction Completes $13 Million in Renovations

01/25/2011

ORLANDO, FL (January 25, 2011) –- Winter Park Construction (WPC), one of the nation’s most respected general contractors, (www.wpc.com) has announced that the company completed over $7 million in timeshare resort renovations during the past year.

Says Jeff Forrest, President of WPC, “In spite of the economy, our firm stayed very busy throughout the entire year handling large and small renovation projects for the timeshare industry’s major developers. Our clients included Starwood Vacation Ownership, Hilton Grand Vacations Company, Orange Lake County Club, The Berkley Group and Wyndham Vacation Ownership. Their resorts were located in Orlando, Kissimmee and Plantation, Florida, as well as in Myrtle Beach, SC; Newport, RI; Lake Geneva, WI and Cancun, Mexico.”

WPC performed a wide range of construction assignments including the remodel of sales buildings, hurricane damage repairs and interior refurbishments of over 740 timeshare units. In addition, the leading contractor also completed a $6 million remodel of the Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

“WPC was selected for these projects because we are competitive and have the flexibility to work around the country while providing the quality and customer service our clients have come to expect,” says Forrest. “Many of our clients know us for building new projects, but refurbishment and renovation work has been a core segment of our business for 37 years. We expect this to grow even more in the future.”

Founded in 1974, WPC specializes in the renovation, multi-family, hospitality, commercial, student housing, military housing and senior living markets. WPC has completed projects all over the United States and Mexico. As one of Florida’s largest construction management/general contractor companies, WPC has completed over one billion square feet of construction work. For more information, visit www.wpc.com

Source: Inside the Gate

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