First Baptist Relocation Project… Building 2 Back in February of this year, we posted pictures and updates on the progress of this construction for the First Baptist Church new Tomoka Farms location. First Baptist Building 2- February 2019 Now, a bit over six months later, the final touches are being put on this ambitious project. Soaring ceilings in dramatic black with custom metalwork, ample natural light and ultra modern fixtures lend a contemporary elegance to […]
Finishing New Jimmy Hula’s in Port Orange It wont be long before D.G. Meyer Inc., working with long time partner Hall Construction puts the final touches on the second Volusia County location of popular “surf shack” themed eatery Jimmy Hula’s in Port Orange. Located at 65 Dunlawton Boulevard on the northeast side of the bridge near DJ’s Deck, the new restaurant is scheduled to open soon. It will be the 16th Jimmy Hula’s in Florida.
First Baptist Daytona Beach Relocation Project Job News D.G. Meyer Inc. is currently working on the new First Baptist location at 10 First Baptist Parkway off of Tomoka Farms Road between International Speedway Blvd. and Beville Road/I-4. Job photos of setting the HVAC unit on Building 1… First Baptist Unit Unloading Unit Unit Lifting Unit Setting Unit Spiral Duct-work in First Baptist building. Check back for updates on this and other D.G. Meyer Jobs….
Local Businessman Investing in Our Community Gary Yeomans and D.G. Meyer Inc. are happy to be cooperating on yet another project at the Daytona Auto Mall. The mutually lucrative relationship between Mr. Yeomans and DGM has spanned decades now. Don Meyer, founder of DGM, and Gary Yeomans were close friends as well as being one another’s long time customers and business associates. D.G. Meyer has bought the majority of their Fleet vehicles from Gary Yeomans […]
Changeout… 60 Ton Trane Unit on Roof of FDOT Building On a Saturday two weeks ago, under a cloud strewn blue Florida Sky, a huge crane was rolled into place at the Florida Department of Transportation building on Woodland Boulevard in DeLand. It was there to replace an outdated roof-top unit with the massive 60 Ton Trane unit pictured below. It’s quite a sight to see something that large being hoisted on to the roof […]