Florida Construction News staff writer
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Iguana Investments have chosen PCL Construction as construction manager for the Shipyards development project, including the Four Seasons Hotel Jacksonville, scheduled to break ground later this year along the St. Johns River.
“With today’s announcement of PCL joining our slate of development partners, the Jaguars and Iguana Investments are marking a major milestone in the Shipyards project,” said Drew Frick, Jaguars senior vice president, real estate and development. “With a full team now in place, we’ve fully transitioned from concept to execution.
“The partners we’ve assembled are world-renowned and have extensive experience. Our Northbank riverfront is in good hands.”
PCL Construction out of Orlando has a portfolio of more than $8 billion in hospitality construction including The Ritz-Carlton – Amelia Island, The Ritz-Carlton — Naples, JW Marriott Bonnet Creek, The Don CeSar, Streamsong Resort and JW Marriott Marco Island.
“We are excited for the opportunity to build the Four Seasons Hotel Jacksonville alongside our Jacksonville Jaguars and Iguana Development partners, who are committed to bringing the Shipyards and the surrounding community to life as an events and entertainment destination,” said Rick Goldman, vice president and district manager of PCL Construction.
“PCL is proud to be a part of the first five-star hotel in Jacksonville, and to build success together with our Jaguars partners, their guests and the entire Jacksonville community,”
In addition to PCL, the Jaguars and Iguana Investments announced additional development firms partnering on the Shipyards project:
For more information about the Jaguars’ development plans, visit 1stdowntownjacksonville.com.