Seagate expands Fort Myers confectioneer’s manufacturing space

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Seagate Development Group says it is expanding packing, fulfillment and warehouse space for Norman Love Confections in Fort Myers.

This 19,200-sq. ft. structure on Westlinks Drive. will cover four units – two of which were once adjacent spaces occupied by other companies – to suit the business’s future growth. The project scope includes electrical, plumbing, mechanical and HVAC components. The Seagate team is working on refrigeration equipment via demolition, metal framing and drywall, restaurant-kitchen-grade ceilings and the reconfiguration of fire sprinklers, among other details.

Crews will dedicate the last few weeks of the expansion to insulation, drywall, flooring, finishes and inspections. These factory-style units are projected to be complete next month – ahead of schedule and just in time for the beginning of Norman Love’s Christmas production.

“Norman has such a profound influence on Southwest Florida and many other areas. We’ll always be proud to help him do business – from the movement of equipment to increased storage space and labor efficiency,” said Matt Price, CEO and partner at Seagate Development Group. “Relationships like that are the cornerstone of this company.”

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