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July 27, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Paul Homes of Florida Majestic model being remodeled

Paul Homes of Florida has announced that a remodel of the interior of the Majestic model home is under way. Located at 1406 Cape Coral Parkway, W., the new design is planned to be complete this September.

Bob Knight, president, said, "We have a popular and successful open concept floor plan that has always been very well receivedthis remodel will reflect what our clientele looks for - an authentic Florida design with new cabinets, appliances, furniture and accessories."

Currently the model is closed. A temporary sales office in the garage of the Majestic will open Aug. 1. During this interim, visitors should contact a sales associate by calling 239 542 0607, or email

Lori Manning of Lori Manning Designs is coordinating the interior design. She has been working with Paul Homes for six years, and coordinated the current design of the Majestic Model.

Paul Homes has been in business since 1985, building dream homes for more than 500 clients. Its philosophy is to build homes of enduring quality and value for their clients, forming life-long relationships. For more information, call 239 542 0607.

Frank R. Jenkins Custom Homes breaks ground on Cape Coral residence

Frank R. Jenkins Custom Homes has begun construction on a private residence in Cape Coral.

The custom single-family residence is located in West Cape Estates. The private residence will encompass a total of 5,630 square feet, and include four bedrooms and five baths.

"We are very excited to have begun construction on this custom home located in one of Cape Coral's most exclusive communities," said firm principal Frank Jenkins.

The home will feature crown molding throughout, Thermador appliances, granite counter-tops, a walk-in pantry with built-in shelving, an integrated bar in the kitchen with wine refrigerator and ice maker, 10-foot sliders, 8-foot interior doors, high ceilings throughout and an iron front door. Exterior features include a pool and spa, fireplace, bar with grill, vent, sink and refrigerator and electric roll down hurricane screens for on the lanai.

For more information, contact Frank R. Jenkins Custom Homes at 239-590-8629.

Stevens Construction Inc. expands project management team

D. Alan Bennett has joined Stevens Construction as project manager, announced Mark Stevens, company president.

Bennett will have overall responsibility for the management and execution of healthcare and commercial projects during all phases of design and construction, ensuring projects maintain budget and schedule. He will also work closely with the design team to provide cost savings suggestions and constructibility analysis, as well as to negotiate and award vendor contracts, conduct owner/subcontractor meetings and monitor the construction team.

Bringing 15 years of experience, Bennett has served as project manager on more than $140 million in healthcare and commercial projects completing surgery centers, medical offices and senior care facilities throughout Florida. He was most recently the project manager for a 110,000-square-foot assisted living facility at Aravilla in Sarasota.

A Florida International University graduate in construction management, Bennett is also a LEED Accredited Professional and Florida certified general contractor.

With offices in Fort Myers, Tampa and Orlando, Stevens Construction specializes in providing construction management, general contracting and consulting services to clients and design professionals. Other services include site and design team selection, budgeting, project scheduling, permitting, cost and quality control and warranty service. The company builds healthcare, commercial and hospitality facilities. For information, visit or call 239-936-9006.

Ferguson Enterprises donates $11,255 to Lee BIA Builders Care

Ferguson Enterprises has generously donated more than $11,255 to Lee BIA Builders Care, the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association. Funds were raised through its 10th annual golf tournament held at Tiburon Golf Club Saturday, June 15. Funds will support Lee BIA Builders Care's efforts to provide emergency repairs and construction services at no cost to elderly, disabled and economically disadvantaged homeowners in Lee County.

Including this year's donation, Ferguson Enterprises has raised $80,000 to date for Lee BIA Builders Care. Ferguson Enterprises is a longtime supporter of Lee BIA Builders Care, contributing to dozens of projects over the past decade, and is also a 2017 recipient of Lee BIA Builders Care's Contributor of the Year award.

Lee BIA Builders Care is the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association. Its mission is to provide emergency home repairs and construction services to elderly, disabled and economically disadvantaged people who are unable to obtain home repairs through traditional means. To date, Lee BIA Builders Care has put more than $4.5 million in construction services back into the community at no cost to homeowners in need. Lee Builders Care enlists the volunteer services of Lee BIA members and leverages grants and donated materials to provide construction and remodeling services to qualified homeowners throughout Lee County. Lee Builders Care is headquartered at the Lee BIA office at 6835 International Center Blvd., Suite 4, in Fort Myers. The Building Industry Association ( ) is a 63-year-old association affiliated with National Home Builders Association and Florida Home Builders Association that serves to strengthen our community by advancing a professional building industry through advocacy, education and services. Donations can be made online at More information is available by calling 239-938-0056. Follow Builders Care at or on Twitter @LeeBuildersCare.



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