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Disaster Services, NWFL

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When a potentially catastrophic storm comes to town, you should be able to depend upon a company that has experience helping others survive the process, not some here today ‚Äď gone tomorrow operation.

ParsCo is the company that you can depend on time and time again. From setting budgets, scheduling, vetting subcontractors, permitting, rebuilding and final inspections, ParsCo can professionally and effectively handle all your disaster-related needs.

Whether planning before a storm, or being responsive to a disaster, ParsCo is your one stop shop to handle it all.

Contact us today to see why we are the only choice to help you ensure a truly successful recovery of your business.

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HBA Meets with ECUA / City of Pensacola on Road Restoration Specifications

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PHOTO: From left, HBA President Taylor Longsworth of East Hill Building & Design, ECUA Engineer Brian Reid, Amir Fooladi of ParsCo, Ronnie Rainwater of Adams Homes, (Back right) Fred Gunther of Gunther Properties, ECUA Executive Director Steve Sorrell, City of Pensacola Administrator Eric Olson, City of Pensacola Engineer Derrik Owens and Adams Homes Regional Manager Duncan Hudnall. (Not pictured Steve Geci of Geci Engineers).

The Home Builders Association of West Florida hosted a meeting yesterday afternoon with representatives from Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) and the City of Pensacola to gain a better understanding of the water/sewer connections and roadway cuts.

After discussing the issue, City Engineer Derrik Owens will evaluate best practices to restore a roadway to see if there is an inexpensive way make repairs that will not compromise the integrity of the road. ECUA, who on April 19 said it would not cut or restore a roadway in order to make a water or sewer connection, will continue provide the cuts, hookups and restoration of a roadway with a temporary patch (This change was made on 4/23).

The permit holder is responsible for following the City’s procedures to restore the roadway to the City’s specifications. The main issue had to do with the milling of the road, where ECUA estimates ranged from $8,000 to $10,000 per patch because of the large milling equipment needed. After evaluating the costs of this, it was never the City’s intention for a homeowner/builder/developer to absorb the estimated expense. The milling can be done with a hand held milling machine or a skid steer with a milling attachment at a much cheaper cost.

The City will look into providing this service for a fee. The HBA appreciates the leadership of ECUA and the City of Pensacola who agreed to meet on very short notice. Also, thank you to ECUA Board Member Vicki Campbell for helping with this issue.

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Civic Minded Construction

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Despite its depth and breadth, the construction industry can be one of the most difficult to penetrate for minority- and women-owned businesses (MWBEs).

The U.S. Construction industry is a $1.73 trillion industry. Its more than 700,000 companies account for over 7 million American jobs in building, engineering and a wide range of specialty trades, note Bureau of Labor statistics.

We see three complex and troubling obstacles: experience, access and capital.

ParsCo Construction, is a SBA 8(a) certified construction company. 

Questions?  Contact us.

Civic Minded Construction

8 (a) Certified
Authors of “Civic-Minded Construction”: Terry Graber and Greg Werner
President & CEO, Power Construction and SVP & General Manager, Mortenson

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The Construction Project: Creating Living Wage Jobs for Minorities and Women

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It will take proactive outreach, recruiting and apprenticeship programs‚ÄĒsuch as this internship program with the University of Chicago‚ÄĒto involve more women and minorities in the construction industry. Image courtesy of Mortenson.

8 (a) Certified

The construction industry has the potential to change the lives of those who need it most, providing living wage jobs that can support families and build wealth. The American dream of a better tomorrow‚ÄĒwith greater earnings and equal opportunity, Read entire article here.¬†

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Florida 8(a) Alliance

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ParsCo is proud to be a member of the Florida 8(a) Alliance.

The Florida 8(a) Alliance is recognized as a 501(3)(c) non profit organization.

Our mission is to strengthen, train, educate and promote other 8(a) businesses in the state of Florida.

  • Small Businesses
  • Large Businesses
  • 8(m) Businesses
  • Veteran-Owned
  • HUBZone
  • WOSB
  • And other members of the general public

Florida 8(a) Alliance, Non Profit Organization

For membership details, view the membership flyer.

April 2017 Newsletter Membership Spotlight

ParsCo, LLC

 Amir Michael Fooladi


Corporate Capabilities

*  Two decades of Construction Experience.

* Over Two Billion Dollars of experience in the successful management of commercial, residential, and government Construction – both new and renovation projects.

* Expert at Design-Build Contract Delivery Method

* State Certified General Contractor in state of Florida and 13 other states.

Tell us about a business success you have had.

Completing a Design-Build project for the U.S. Dept of Commerce at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service (NOS), Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center (DRC) in Mobile Alabama. ParsCo proposed an innovation design approach at one-half the price of more conventional solutions. We completed the project most satisfactorily in record time receiving the highest praise from the Chief Contracting Officer.

Explain a pitfall you have experienced and lessons learned as a result. 

Finding the right people to create our team has been based on trial and error. Now more than ever we are focused on good hiring practices. A company is only as strong as the people it employs. You might expect a construction firm to say our most valuable assets are bulldozers, backhoes, or cranes. But people make ParsCo who we are and our people are exceptional. ParsCo hires and retains the best people in the industry by providing a challenging work environment and superior compensation. This commitment to our people ensures that ParsCo can provide our clients with the consistent, superior service they expect and deserve.

What are the next steps for your business? How can the Florida 8(a) Alliance and/or other members  help? 

We are focused on working with the Federal Government Sector. We hope that the 8(a) Alliance can assist us in the process and are open to working with other companies that may be interested in teaming or hiring us as a subcontractor as we build our past-performance.

8a NAIC Codes:
236116, 236117, 236118, 236210, 236220, 236115, 237110, 237120, 237130, 237210, 237310, 237990, 238110, 238120, 238130, 238140, 238150, 238160, 238170, 238190, 238210, 238220, 238290, 238310, 238320, 238330, 238340, 238350, 238390, 238910, 238990, 541310, 541320, 541330, 541340, 541350, 541360, 541370, 541380, 541410, 541420, 541430, 541490, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541611, 541612, 541613, 541614, 541618, 541620, 541690, 551114, 561210, 561730, 562910, 611430, 611691

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