In the Works

Lift Orlando Named Floridian of the Year

A big congratulations to our friends at Lift Orlando named Florida Trend’s  Floridian of the Year.  Lift stands for learn, identify, focus, and transform.  Lift Orlando is a nonprofit organization strengthening the historic neighborhoods around Camping World Stadium. Listed among Lift’s key projects was the $9 Million Lake Lorna Doone Park, completed by Collage in […]

Ribbon Cutting Event for Holiday Inn Express in Sanford, Florida

The Collage Companies celebrates the ribbon cutting of the NEW Holiday Inn Express in Sanford, Florida. The event was led by hotel-owner, Jayesh Patel. This 5-story hotel features 121 guest rooms, lobby, swimming pool, fitness room, kitchen, and retail space. Holiday Inn Express is a mid-priced hotel chain within the InterContinental Hotels Group family of brands […]

The New Worship Center at Gateway Church of Christ – Pensacola, Florida

Gateway Church of Christ has a new 33,000 sq ft worship center located in Pensacola, Florida. The Collage Companies has recently completed construction on the new facility along with an additional 12,000 square feet of renovations to create children’s classroom spaces.   New construction includes a 650 seat sanctuary, adult classrooms, administrative offices, playground areas, kitchen […]

Collage – Continuing Vertical Contractor Services Team at Orlando International Airport

Thank you to the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) for once again selecting The Collage Companies as part of its Continuing Vertical Contractor Services team.  GOAA is the governmental entity that operates the Orlando International Airport (MCO), the busiest airport in the state and the tenth busiest airport in the nation.  As travel patterns return […]

Luminary Green Park at Creative Village

Luminary Green at Creative Village is the exciting new 2.3-acre city-owned and city-managed park that will be a unique and special gathering space for residents, workers, and students of Creative Village, Parramore and downtown Orlando.  It was January 13, 2021 when Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 5 Commissioner Regina Hill were joined by leadership from The Collage […]

St. Johns River Water Management District – Topping Out Ceremony

In was February 8, 2021, when the Collage Companies joined the leadership team from St. Johns River Water Management District along with SJRWMD board members, construction partners, and community leaders to break ground on St. Johns River Water Management District’s Apopka Service Center.   Fast forward to August 13, 2021, and the Collage Companies was […]

The 31st Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George H.W. Bush. The ADA is one of America’s most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in the mainstream of American life […]

Orlando’s Reinvigorated Lake Lorna Doone Park – The Jewel of the West Side

It is being called the “Jewel of the West Side.”  Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, who has been central to the development of Lake Lorna Doone Park, says this 12-acre historic community park, located in Orlando’s West Lakes neighborhood, is on par with Lake Eola Park. The Park re-opened in July after having been closed since […]

Orlando’s Reinvigorated Lake Lorna Doone Park – Re-Opening Date Soon to be Announced

Lake Lorna Doone Park, the 12-acre historic community park located in Orlando’s West Lakes neighborhood will re-open soon, after having been closed since summer of 2019 for an $8 million renovation. Funding came from a variety of sources, with the city being the largest contributor, dedicating $5 million to the park. Florida Citrus Sports kicked […]

Church Building Experts – 165 Church Related Projects and Counting

A 2020 Pew Research Institute survey on the impact of the pandemic on religious life, reports that nearly half of regular worshipers had replaced in-person attendance with virtual services. But that the majority of those questioned are ready to get back to church, feeling “at least somewhat confident” that they could safely attend religious services […]