The Kincaid Construction Company Portfolio
First United Methodist Church, Winter Park, FL
The two-story area which encompasses roughly two-thirds of the floor area provides for administration offices. The remaining portion of the church building becomes a chapel. Two challenges were present in performing this work. (1) the new mezzanine structure had to be hand built inside the building and, in doing so, the existing high and fragile exterior walls had to be shored until the steel framing was in place to provide stability for the walls. (2) the existing roof framing could not support a clay tile roof system; therefore, a light-weight material had to be located. The solution was an aluminum barrel tile that was installed by two sheet metal journeymen, resulting in a matching appearance.
Design by: Rogers, Lovelock & Fritz, Inc.
Morrison Methodist Church, Leesburg, FL
This is one of Leesburg’s oldest church buildings. The steeple was fabricated in Tennessee, trucked to the site and erected with a crane. Upon arrival, the city blocked off the main street, so church members and citizens of Leesburg could watch the steeple rise from the ground to its lofty position.
Designed by: John Dickerson, Architect
Wekiva Elementary School – Longwood, FL
The school is an open design with classrooms in each wing and the administration area at the center core. The exterior was designed using a metal ribbed roof and brick walls, providing a design that blends beautifully with the residential neighborhoods around the school.
Designed by: Daimwood, Derryberry, Pavelchak, P.A.
Star Child Academy – Orlando, FL
The project was designed with an open space concept using storefront glass windows and doors throughout the interior of the building. Each room was designed with a separate air conditioning system to better control temperature and reduce the spread of air borne germs.
Design by: MRI Architectural Group, Inc.
American Machinery Corporation – Orlando, FL
A design-build project utilizing Gulf States meta building combined with an attached office area and laboratory. The company manufactured food machinery and prepared wax material for various fruit products.
Design by: Don Newton, A.R.A – Orlando, FL
The comments from our employees about our office and plant have been favorable and they were the toughest critics of all of us.
~ J. Frederick Kelly, Jr., President, American Machinery Corporation
Orlando Infiniti – Orlando, FL
This was the first completed Infiniti dealership, which was accomplished in record time to meet the introduction date of these vehicles to the United States. The design features of the building were unusually upscale for an automobile dealership, including such features as an air-conditioned service garage, showroom floors of marble, oak, river gravel and carpet.
Designed by Schenkel & Schultz, Inc. – Orlando, FL
Mullinax Ford of Central Florida – Apopka, FL
This was the first new car dealership in Apopka, Florida. The five-acre site was situated on a major highway and consistent of the administration and showroom building, a service and parts building and a vehicle preparation building. The outside display area was paved in concrete.
Designed by: Thomas Design International – Orlando, FL
CNL Bank – Orlando, FL
This Mediterranean design was chosen to compliment the surrounding commercial area known as Bay Hill. The first floor consisted of the teller and loan officer offices and a meeting room. The second floor provided an area for bookkeeping and mortgage loan operations.
Designed by Hunton Brady Pryor Mason, Architects, PA
Edyth Bush Civic Theatre – Orlando, FL
The Orlando Players, created by non-professional thespians, outgrew the small frame building that used to present plays and embarked on a major undertaking to build a new state of the art theatre. They secured approval from the City of Orlando to build in Loch Haven Park and approached the A.G. Bush Foundation and Tupperware to contribute towards the cost. The result is a magnificent theatre, set construction facility, green room and children’s theatre.
Designed by Schweitzer & Associates
Physician’s Office Building – Winter Park, FL
Winter Park Memorial Hospital retained a medical development company to plan, build and sell medical condominiums on the hospital grounds. The building shell of this three-story building was completed in ten months in which time completion of the condominium spaces commenced with all of the 30,000 square feet sold and completed within a year.
Designed by Rogers Lovelock & Fritz, Inc.