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Florida Contractors Merge Operations

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Charles Perry Construction and PPI Construction Management, two Gainesville, Fla.-based construction companies long affiliated with each other, announced they have merged operations.

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The new company will be known as Charles Perry Partners Inc., with ownership consisting of principals Breck Weingart, John Carlson, Domenic Scorpio and Brian Leslie. Weingart was previously a partner in both companies, Carlson and Scorpio were principals of PPI, and Leslie was a principal with Charles Perry Construction.

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Carlson will serve as chief executive officer of CPPI, while Weingart will be chairman.

Both companies were founded by Charles R. Perry. Charles Perry Construction focused on general-contracting work, while PPI performed as a construction manager.

According to the firm’s announcement, Charles Perry Construction and PPI had combined annual revenues of approximately $202 million for the most recent year. In ENR Southeast’s most recent Top Contractors ranking, PPI Construction Management reported $146 million in 2009 revenues.

 

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