Contracting Firm Relocates To Downtown Orlando’s Milk District

Barton Malow Company, one of North America’s leading contracting firms, has relocated its Florida office to 14,000 square foot of newly renovated space in downtown Orlando’s Milk District. The move accommodates the office’s exponential growth while providing its 252 employees with a highly collaborative and flexible work environment with amenities that reflect the latest approaches in workspace design. Barton Malow is a 100 percent employee-owned firm headquartered in Southfield, Mich. It entered the Florida market in 1976, originally with an office in Sarasota. In the early 2000s, and with less than 10 employees, Barton Malow reestablished its Florida operations in downtown Orlando where it sublet a 1,000 SF house. After upgrading to 8,000 SF at the firm’s most recent Millenia Lakes location, it became clear the firm would quickly outgrow that as well.  

“Barton Malow has prospered over the past 12 years along with the Central Florida economy, increasing our staff size by 2,300 percent and far outgrowing our existing leased space,” said Senior Vice President Dave Price, who oversees Barton Malow’s southeast operations. “As an employee owned firm, we wanted to invest in a new space that would foster a greater connection to the company and to the community while giving our employees a meaningful place to work and be proud of.”

Located in the former Barnie’s Coffee & Tea headquarters building at 340 North Primrose Drive, the new location is designed to increase collaboration, enhance flexibility and promote informal communication. Features include 44 work stations, eight conference rooms, a 50-seat training room plus private telephone rooms, a lunch room, living room/ lounge areas, and a welcoming outdoor patio. The location also afforded Barton Malow the opportunity to create a space that reflects the firm’s culture and brand while providing room for continued growth. “We all are very proud of the result,” Price added. Barton Malow has provided construction management services for several high profile and reputable clients throughout Florida. Among the recent projects that have contributed to their growth includes: Orlando City Soccer Stadium, multiple theme park projects, the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Student Union, CoolToday Park for the Atlanta Braves, Orlando Health Osceola ED and Medical Pavilion, SeaWorld MAKO Rollercoaster, and the Daytona International Speedway Redevelopment. Barton Malow’s current work includes Orlando Health Lake Mary Freestanding ED & MOB, Brown & Brown Insurance’s New Campus Building in Daytona Beach, and the St. Lucie Sports Complex, Spring Training home for the NY Mets in Port St. Lucie.


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