History, Culture, and Holiday Joy

One of the many things we, as a company, look forward to each year is partaking in the Salvation Angel Tree program. This year we supported 50 children and our team’s participation was incredible. For the past few weeks, tricycles, bicycles, scooters, play kitchen sets, wagons, clothes, shoes, jackets, and bags and bags of toys […]

33 Year Customer Reunion

This past Christmas was extra special for Scherer Construction’s founder, Clark H. Scherer, III. Clark had the privilege of enjoying the holiday festivities with his very first three customers, Walt Williams, Al Thomas, and Jerry Messerman, dating back to his beginning in 1984. Walt Williams, the former owner of Precision Tune for the Tampa Bay […]

The Optimism Continues… but for How Long?

For the 37th year in a row, the Urban Land Institute (ULI), in conjunction with PwC, released its Emerging Trends in Real Estate publication. Local ULI chapters then hosted luncheons where a speaker from either PwC or ULI discussed the findings and their local impact with a panel from the market. The report and sentiments […]

Scherer Ranks #32

            Scherer Construction of North Florida was an honoree in the University of Florida’s 2016 Gator100 Ceremony held February 19th at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. The Gator100 is a result of the Warrington College of Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center wanting to identify and honor UF alumni […]

Celebrating 20 Years

February 12, 2016 marks a special day for both Scherer Construction and our Superintendent Monte Lewis. Today we celebrate Monte’s 20th year anniversary as a Scherer employee. Monte, aka the Big Red Machine, has been a large contributor to the overall success of Scherer Construction with his strong work ethic, his drive for quality work, […]

Residential Amenities: Creating a Lifestyle

Residential development still follows the old adage: “location, location, location!” Originally the location in reference was around economic centers such as a downtown business district. If it was away from city center, it would be gathered around unique properties adjacent to oceans, rivers, or key natural geological features. Today, residential developers are finding ways to […]

What’s Old is New Again: Commercial Development

Since the middle of the 20th century, the construction and development industry, as a whole, has grown inefficient. In the 1960’s, savvy owners realized that they could often enjoy a cost savings by breaking the design and construction practices into segments, much like Ford’s process driven “assembly line” approach that revolutionized the manufacturing industry 50 […]

Boy Scout Camp Gets a New Makeover

The Boy Scouts Camp Shands located on 600 plus  acres in Melrose, FL is getting a major upgrade. The 60-year old camp has been upgraded throughout its history, but nothing to the scale of this project. 10 new 1050 sf screened pavilion buildings will be added to the campsites and a 2500 sf staff housing building […]

121 Financial Middleburg Branch Grand Opening

Our team members Doug Wilcox, David Wilson, and Josh Dixon joined 121 Financial in the Grand Opening Celebration of their new Middleburg branch.  Josh was the Project Manager for the project and David Wilson was the Superintendent. This project was a new 3,830 square foot branch facility complete with a lounge type lobby, offices, teller area inside, conference […]