We have started the land clearing, grading and demolition on the New Chiefland Middle/High School project in partnership with Parrish-McCall Constructors. This is phase one of a three phase project. The new cafeteria will be constructed first along with an additional driveway for access. Students will be housed in existing buildings on campus during the […]Read more
O’Steen Brothers is starting the demolition and site work for the new Gator Walk appartment community being built in Gainesville. The 294-bed student housing development is located near the University of Florida campus behind The Nine (now called The Lark) off 13th street. Gator Walk spans 85-units across four residential buildings, including one six-story flat […]Read more
O’Steen Brothers is the first in Gainesville to install new Up-Flo Filter, an advanced stormwater treatment system, on Amazon Distribution Center project.
O’Steen Brothers is committed to excellence and providing quality stormwater solutions to help protect our environment and reduce runoff. The Up-Flo® Filter has been verified to remove 80% TSS (total suspended solids) but with demonstrated removal rates up to 98%, only the Up-Flo® Filter was developed in collaboration with the US Environmental Protection Agency. The Up-Flo® Filter is […]Read more
O’Steen Brothers has started work on the West University project in partnership with Arco Murray. 908 Group is developing a new multifamily apartment community project on University Avenue which will consist of two separate buildings. One building is located along West University Avenue will be a six-story mixed-use building, and the northern building will be […]Read more
Dexter and Sara O’Steen attended the San Felasco Parkway ribbon cutting to open the new parkway to the public. It connects county road 241 with Progress Park and provides a cut through to get to 441. The roadway has 8-foot wide sidewalks, 7-foot wide bike lanes and 12-foot wide travels lanes. Here is a video […]Read more