Article from Business in the Heart of Florida, 50th Issue December 2016 –
Domenic Scorpio is the president/CEO of the D.E. Scorpio Corporation and founded his company on the principal mission of advancing the communities they serve. He provides jobs where collaboration is fostered to elevate careers of employees in a family oriented environment. He enjoys watching others achieve their full potential of being good, contributing members to our community and achieving the successes they deserve for their families and for our community.
“I try to have a positive impact on the Greater Gainesville Community by giving selflessly, and by motivating, educating, and inspiring others to do the same,” Scorpio said.
Scorpio is a board member and former president of the Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County, a board member of Reeling for Kids and a board member and part of various committees for Builders Association of North Central Florida. He is also the executive committee member at the University of Florida School of Construction Management and a member of the advisory committee at Gateway Bank. Even more, he is a fiscal supporter of many nonprofits in greater Gainesville.
Get to Know Domenic:
What is your go-to coffee order?
Strong and black.
Who had the biggest impact on your life?
Definitely my parents. They raised six boys and a girl and worked their tails off. They came here from Italy with four children not speaking a word of English. They instilled a lot of qualities including hard work, dedication and perseverance.
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On August 1, 2016 Dr. Chimay Anumba became Dean of the College of Design, Construction & Planning at the University of Florida. The D.E. Scorpio Corporation was honored to sponsor the reception welcoming him to our Gator Nation, hosted on August 25th at the home of Domenic and Holly Scorpio. Dr. Anumba has a doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Leeds and a doctor of science from Loughborough University, both in the UK, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Jos in Nigeria. For the past eight years, he served as a professor and head of Architectural Engineering at Pennsylvania State University.
“I’m honored to join The Gator Nation and work closely with alumni and friends to build on the college’s strong history and tradition.”
–Dr. Chimay Anumba
This year’s “Doug Johnson’s Reeling for Kids Saltwater Challenge” raised $100,000! Donated toward the renovation of the Northwest Unit of the Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, tournament participation and contributions will go a long way in making a positive impact on the lives of the children at the Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County.
Publication Credit: HOME – Living in Greater Gainesville Aug/Sept 2016
Solaria II Luxury Apartments, built by D.E. Scorpio Corporation in 2015, received the City Beautification Board 2016 Award, reflecting “the commitment of many individuals to excellence in design” to projects of “outstanding aesthetic and artistic appeal” that result in the improvement of the area, property or neighborhood.
Brandon Tinckham of D.E. Scorpio Corporation is the 2016 president of the Builders Association of North Central Florida.
Article from The Gainesville Sun
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Article by Anthony Clark, Business Editor
Published: Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
Last Modified: Friday, January 8, 2016 at 6:02 p.m.
Article Featured in the Gainesville Sun:
“Governor Helps Optym Celebrate Growth” by Anthony Clark
Gainesville-based software company Optym started with a University of Florida professor’s research, incubated in the Gainesville Technology Entrepreneurship Center and has grown to 160 employees in four countries, including 80 in Gainesville. click here for full article
The new FFA Headquarters building, recently renovated by the D.E. Scorpio Corporation, featured in “Florida Agriculture” Magazine.
Innovation Square Office–Zeeko Ltd., renovation/build-out by The D.E. Scorpio Corporation for Trimark Properties
Article from “Florida Gator” UF Alumni Association Magazine:
UF Alumnus Arthur Gaziano Opens Research Facility in Innovation Square
By Briana Erickson (2JM)
Zeeko Ltd., a UK-based company that creates precision polishing machines, has joined close to 40 other companies in Innovation Square. The company opened the Gainesville research facility in early summer, says Ed Poppell, economic development director of Innovation Square.
“The research coming out of the University of Florida is what drew our attention to Gainesville. We are excited about collaborating with the university as well as reaching out to our customers in the U.S. market in order to draw additional interest in Zeeko machines,” says Arthur Graziano (MS ’10, PhD ’13), the manager of research and director of the company’s Gainesville facility. Graziano began working for Zeeko in its England, Wales and Japan locations soon after her graduation. Now located only four blocks from campus, Zeeko hopes to enhance its company by collaborating with the associate professor Hitomi Yamaguchi Greenslet and graduate student in the UF Center for manufacturing Innovation who is doing research on magnetic abrasive finishing, a technology that Zeeko wanted to incorporate in to its existing products.
Poppell explains that the integration of this facility, like others, means new jobs for the community. And that’s why, Poppell says, Innovation Square recruited Zeeko and companies like it to help Gainesville grow its economy.
“We hope that a lot of young, thriving companies will continue to move to Innovation Square,” he says.
D. E. Scorpio Corporation welcomes Travis Wall as its newest superintendent. He joins the company with 18 years of construction experience, with a diverse expertise in healthcare, university, K-12, government and commercial buildings.