- Buyer's guide
July 2010 Business News
The continuing contract with Hillsborough County is for miscellaneous surveying and mapping services for a two-year term. WilsonMiller has served the county on similar contracts over the past 10 years.
The continuing contract with the School District of Hillsborough County is to assist with miscellaneous planning services for a term of three years. WilsonMiller previously held this contract from 2006 to present; and builds upon a long established and successful prior relationship.
The continuing contract awarded to WilsonMiller from Citrus County is for civil, structural, water/wastewater, environmental, transportation and traffic engineering, landscape architecture, planning and urban design. WilsonMiller has previously worked with the county on individual projects, and this contract expands the scope of services we are able to offer for a term of five years. 239.649.4040, www.wilsonmiller.com
In March, Sukut Construction Inc.’s new website attracted nearly 2,000 new visitors, quickly proving itself to be a powerful marketing tool for the company’s strategic expansion into large-scale public works.
Data from the website’s inaugural month of operation identified visitors from 54 countries and 772 cities and mining towns. More than 700 visitors specifically clicked on pages related to Sukut’s growing portfolio of federal projects.
The new website, www.sukut.com, launched on Feb. 7. It was designed to highlight Sukut’s reputation as one of the nation’s premier heavy civil engineering contractors. The website’s home page provides an easily searchable, left-column list of Sukut’s areas of expertise, including dams, levees and reservoirs; emergency disaster response; environmental land remediation; and flood and storm water control.
The home page also reflects Sukut’s geographical expansion into Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Wyoming. The company’s new tagline “Building the West from the Ground Down” is bannered across the top of the page. The company’s licenses in California, Nevada and Arizona, as well as its federal mining license, are provided for easy reference in the bottom right corner.