Williams begins work on $14-million school building in Apopka

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Orlando-based Williams Company Building Division announced that they started construction on Orange County Public Schools’ new building project in Apopka.

The $14 million project calls for the development of 82,000-square-foot Clay Springs Elementary School building.

The new building is slated for completion in October 2015.

In addition, Williams Company Southeast has begun work on the new 65,600-square-foot Publix-anchored Willow Oaks Crossing in Concord, N.C., under a contract exceeding $6 million with Regency Centers, Jacksonville.

The center, which is scheduled for completion this fall, features a 49,400-square-foot Publix plus 16,200 square feet of retail.


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