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Pensacola Strong Towns Award

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CivicCon celebrated 23 individuals and organizations on Monday, December 4th 2023 for their work in making Pensacola and the surrounding area an even better community.

Fooladi, president and CEO of ParsCo was awarded the Strong Towns Award which recognizes individuals or organization that embody the ideals of Chuck Marohn, founder of Strong Towns, who advocates for smart, bottom-up development patterns to make cities safe, livable, inviting, financially strong and resilient.

The Strong Towns award recognizes the Strong Towns mantra of making good use of our existing resources and infrastructure, instead of creating costly new sprawl.

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CivicCon live: Who helped make Pensacola great in 2023? Find out at CivicCon Awards (msn.com)


Strong Towns Award

Amir Fooladi

As ParsCo President and CEO, Fooladi has invested heavily in renovating historic buildings in the downtown area, his most recent project being the Motor Inn Station Number Two in Belmont-DeVilliers. He’s played a significant role as general contractor in the renovation of several of the downtown’s most iconic buildings including Brent Lofts and the historic Marston Quina renovation, which won the Excellence in Construction Eagle Award for Best Historical Renovation in Florida.

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Historic Sinclair Restoration

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The Motor Inn Station Number Two, one of Escambia County’s 42 registered historic places and a century-old building, is being restored at 500 W. Jackson St. in hopes of reopening as a commercial development.

The project is a personal one for ParsCo President and CEO Amir Fooladi, who has worked on many historical projects and is also on the board of the University of West Florida Historic Trust.

“For me, I think it’s just a passion for working on restoring the history of Pensacola,” he said. “Renovations are fun but when it has that historical element it makes it extra special.”

Fooladi has also helped with recent local developments like the Brent Lofts, Pearl & Horn and Slick Lips Seafood.

The development process has been underway for a few years, experiencing setbacks at times in order to remove outdated and less-than-sound infrastructure concealed within the building’s original framework from nearly 100 years ago. The building’s portico even caved in from rot, requiring a complete restoration.

Some of the building’s original Spanish architecture, such as its plaster and window accents, are still present thanks to efforts by ParsCo Construction and the UWF Historic Trust to preserve its historic features.

In order to reconstruct some of these features, Richard Rodriguez, exhibit designer for the Historic Trust, used 3D-printing technology to make identical models with weather-resistant materials for the building’s exterior.

Why is the building historically significant?

The Motor Inn Station Number Two is the latest addition to the National Register of Historic Places from Escambia County. The building was originally called Monks Service Station Number Two and was added to the register on Sept. 27 last year at the beginning of the restoration development process.

“It represents a period of early transportation, fueling and stations that you would have seen in Pensacola and the surrounding towns,” said Ross Pristera, historic preservationist at the Historic Trust. “Each of these stations had its own brand of architecture to it, unlike the ones today that are just kind of generic.”

Who will be in the new building?

There is no confirmed tenant yet for the commercial building, but there are a few businesses interested in the space. Once restoration of the building is complete, potential tenants will have to work with an architecture firm on the design of the historic building’s interior in order to fit its individual needs.

Fooladi says that they will be finishing the entire building including the tenant’s buildout and interior once they have signed their agreement.

“These buildings have potential for new uses for smaller businesses. They offer a uniqueness that other commercial buildings don’t have,” Pristera said. “It’s up to people like Amir to find and put the energy into them to make them viable again, people like to see them have new uses.”

Fooladi says that the work to restore the building and keep it historically accurate was difficult, but dedication to the details from local partners such as JRS Plastering, Merritt Glass, Guy Brothers Roofing and Alcala Architecture is making the process successful.

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Motor Inn Station historic building restored for new commercial tenant

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Construction Eglin C72

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The Eglin Gulf Test and Training Range is considered one of the crown jewels of the United States Air Force.

Overseen by the 96th Test Wing at Eglin AFB, Fla., the range covers some 724 square miles of the Florida panhandle, and its overwater expanse stretches the length of Florida from Key West to Eglin, encompassing a mind-boggling 120,000 square miles of the Gulf of Mexico. It is the Defense Department’s largest range

Hidden within this area you will find new facilities ParsCo recently completed to support Eglin Air Force Base.Eglin 8a Construction Contractor C728a Construction Eglin AFB Contractor C72Eglin AFB 8a Construction Contractor C72Contract awarded by  Air Force Materiel Command (DOD – USAF).
The NAICS Category is 236220 – Commercial and Institutional Building Construction. The PSC Category is Y1JZ – Construction Of Miscellaneous Buildings

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Home Builders Association Code of Ethics

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As members of the Home Builders Association of West Florida, Encore Homes by ParsCo is bound to a strict Code of Ethics. Encore Homes by ParsCo also participates in many events and educational events to stay up to date on the latest construction supplies, trends, technology and laws which allows us to offer better services and a quality product to our customers.

Code of Ethics Members shall comply with all laws, federal, state and local and promulgate and abide by the HBA’s Code of Ethics.

Members shall constantly seek to provide better value so that an even greater share of our people may enjoy the benefits of home ownership.

Members shall strive to develop the efficiency of the building industry to the end that labor may receive its just and proper reward.

Members shall encourage research to develop new materials, new building techniques, new building equipment and improved methods of home financing, to the end that every home purchaser may get the greatest value possible for every dollar.

Members shall not knowingly enter into any contract the terms of which are designed to imperil either the rights of labor or the suppliers of materials to receive a fair return for services or goods furnished.

Members shall comply both in spirit and letter with rules and regulations prescribed by law and government agencies for the health, safety and progress of the community.;

Members shall be alert to examining proposed or enacted State and Local legislation detrimental to social, economic and political progress; and

Members shall not perform, or cause to be performed, any act which would tend to reflect badly on, or bring disrepute to, the Association or any part of the building industry. Members shall not act in a way contrary to the interest of the Association.

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We can build on your lot, or ours.

Escambia County Florida Cities/Towns – Bellview, Brent, Brownsville, Century, Cantonment, Ensley, Ferry Pass, Gonzalez, McDavid, Molino, Muscogee, Myrtle Grove, Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Warrington, West Pensecola

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2019 Board of Directors of the Home Builders Association of West Florida

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Amir Fooladi will be joining the 2019 Board of Directors of the Home Builders Association of West Florida.

This Board of Directors is comprised of many professionals who come together for the common good of our industry. At times, this Board of Directors may have to make tough decisions, and the HBA of West Florida is confident that Amir will engage and contribute his knowledge and insights to the discussions and deliberations.

Amir is looking forward to working with the 2019 Board of Directors and all of the members for the betterment of the HBA and the construction industry.

The Home Builders Association of West Florida (HBA) is a dynamic, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to ensuring safe, affordable housing for the people of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties while protecting and representing its members so their businesses can grow and prosper in a free market economy.

Founded in 1950, the Home Builders Association of West Florida is dedicated to promoting and protecting Northwest Florida’s housing industry.

For more information visit: http://www.westfloridabuilders.com/


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Ground Breaking

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Thank you to Builders First Source and Jeff Anderson for sponsoring the Garden District Cottages ground breaking ceremony in Pensacola Florida at 2 pm on November 16, 2018.

We are also very thankful to Mayor Ashton J. Hayward for having the vision necessary to support this project and endeavor.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for residents in Pensacola while providing new housing and revitalizing the west side of Pensacola. 

Home Builders Association of West Florida

Jeff Anderson Builders First Source Pensacola Florida Ashton Hayward Garden District Cottages
Garden District Cottages Ground Breaking

For additional information, log on to: www.GardenDistrictCottages.com

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The 2018 SAME Federal Small Business Conference was fantastic.

ParsCo is a 8 (a) construction and management company headquartered in Pensacola, Florida.

The conference allowed us the opportunity to find the right teaming partners, learn more in regards to federal contracting and national security.

SAME stands for Society of American Military Engineers.  ParsCo joined in 2017 and we are looking forward to being more involved in the organization.

Perhaps one of the best memories we take away from the conference beyond the Vertical Construction briefing and exhibits was the opportunity to meet Brigadier General Diana M. Holland.

Thank you to the entire SAME staff for all you do. This was our first time attending the conference and definitely will not be our last.

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