Tuesday, May 26, 2015

UWF Argonaut Village

Monday, May 11, 2015

New ParsCo Flashlight/stylus/pens

Be on the look out for a new pen that doubles as a stylus and flashlight the next time you meet with your favorite ParsCo Project Manager or Superintendent!

One51Main ParsCo Update

Completion on the exterior shell of the new One51Main project at the Maritime Park in Pensacola project is making progress. 

Monday, May 4, 2015

Oldest retailer in the USA

ParsCo conducts business and has accounts with numerous businesses throughout the Southeast. One of our favorite businesses to work with is located downtown just a few blocks from our corporate headquarters.

Pensacola Hardware has been in business longer than any other retail establishment in the entire country. It is because of their tremendous customer service, competitive pricing, and knowledge of the products that we continue to do so much business with them. These values are very similar to ours and we appreciate their excellence. 

ParsCo prides itself in putting the customer first, being competitive and looking out for our clients budget interests, and always making sure we meet their expectations by providing a high quality project in a reasonable timeframe. 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Completing one of the largest projects in the country 2015

ParsCo Team completes one of the Nation's largest projects in 2015

ParsCo, LLC working in conjunction with Skanska, and MAPP Construction LLC, has recently completed the new University Medical Center, a major affiliate of LSU Health, in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.

Situated on 38 acres, bound by Canal Street, South Galvez Avenue, Tulane Avenue and South Claiborne Avenue, the new state-of-the-art academic medical campus will include the only Level 1 Trauma Center in South Louisiana.

Designed to meet flood-resistant construction standards, the first floors of the hospital and ambulatory care building, which house critical functions, was built 22 feet above sea level, well beyond the five-foot base flood elevation for the hospital site. The new campus incorporates storm-proofing technology, including six generators for emergency backup power, which allows the medical campus to withstand up to Category Three hurricanes as well as tornadoes; nuclear or biological accidents; physical attacks; fires; and chemical, biological and radiation hazards, all while remaining in operation for up to a week with virtually no outside support or back-up supplies.

This new campus will serve as the medical education center for excellence for healthcare professions in Louisiana. The hospital will be a key academic anchor for LSU Health, Tulane University, Dillard University, Xavier University, Southern University at New Orleans, Delgado Community College and other healthcare training schools throughout South Louisiana.

The project cost exceeded $1 Billion dollars, with more than 2 million square feet of built space.  It was the largest project for the State of Louisiana.  The project ran 20 hours/day, with up to 1500 workers spread across two shifts.  At the peak of construction, the building team completed roughly $1 million worth of construction per day. 


To view the  webcam please visit:




Photo courtesy Skanska USA Building
A crane lifts a prefabricated rack at the University Medical Center project.


It's no easy task to manage a project with 1,500 workers, 20,000 schedule activities and 515 bid packages. One of the job's first challenges was procuring work on such a large project. The project was divided into multiple bid packages and to as many small pieces as possible.

The overall Facilities include a 560,000-sq-ft hospital with 424 beds; a 747,000-sq-ft diagnostics and treatment center; a 255,000-sq-ft ambulatory care building; and a 546,000-sq-ft parking garage for 1,400 cars.  The project also will be certified at a minimum level of LEED Silver. 






Some other interesting notes about managing a project this size are:

1.      There were 8,532 design drawings

2.      Fourteen thousand truckloads of sand were delivered during site-preparation.

3.      The project comprises 2.3 million square feet.

4.      It includes 1.3 million square feet of concrete decking that was delivered at a rate of 60,000 square feet per week — the equivalent of the amount needed for one Wal-Mart every two weeks.

For a virtual tour, check out this video by NBBJ Architects:



Sunday, March 29, 2015

ParsCo's President to be new guest host on local Pensacola radio show

Pensacola, FL- 
The Restaurant Realty Radio show, broadcast on News Radio Station 1620 in Pensacola and hosted by Michael Carro of Sperry Van Ness Realty has teamed with local construction expert Amir Michael Fooladi of ParsCo,LLC to be a guest host on their weekly radio show. Amir will be on air to discuss all the  construction questions and information relevant to restaurants. Amir's expertise in building and constructing projects over the past 20 years along with his extensive knowledge of building restaurants will be a bountiful contribution to this popular radio show. 


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