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Who We Are

FPC and its partners prepare the land, build the dreams, and construct the spaces that shape Southwest Florida’s enviable lifestyle and fuel its economic engine.

Our accomplishments are the direct result of the quality of our workmanship, the integrity of our performance and our spirit of community. For more than 30 years, public and private investors, government and civic organizations, and visionary individuals have contracted with our remarkable group of designers and builders – four men backed up by award-winning teams who design in quality and build with integrity.

From a major sports park and stadium to a much-admired university campus, from a multi-faceted waterfront and marina complex to practical public service buildings, FPC partners take seriously their roles in enhancing Southwest Florida’s quality of life and broadening its sustainable economic base.

FPC projects multiply the benefits of every job they undertake many times over. Years and decades after first ground breakings and long after final ribbon cuttings, FPC partnership projects continue to serve, protect, and sustain.

Senior Management

An experienced team working together to complete successful projects for over 30 years.

Our Southwest Florida Roots

FPC formed formally in 2011, but in all the ways that count, we’ve been around for three generations.

FPC grows out of the roots planted in Southwest Florida decades earlier by four talented men who would eventually become partners. In the early 1990’s, Bruce Laishley and Rick Treworgy were the faces and owners of Southwest Land Developers, Inc., a land holding company that continues to this day. At the same time, Rob Humpel was a seasoned project manager, fresh from landmark projects in Georgia and Miami and about to carve out a new campus and the first ten buildings for Florida Gulf Coast University. And back then, Gary Bayne was an engineer producing detailed schematics, CAD drawings, and exhibits for protected species assessments and supervising field work for wetland conservation and preservation projects. It was a time when our region’s communities and governments were emerging from relative isolation and facing their obligations to build ethically, safely, and economically – and not just for the present but for a long-term, thoughtfully envisioned future.

In FPC today, our four principals combine decades of environmental and regulatory experience. Together, they continue their hands-on approach in every phase of development and construction: real estate and land holding, environmental assessment and mitigation, planning and permitting, engineering and design, building, finishing — and ribbon cutting.

Extensive Experience

A team dedicated to exceptional work every day.

Industrial

Cheney Brothers Distribution Center
Client: Cheney Brothers Inc., and Charlotte County

Community Retail, Restaurant and Entertainment

Laishley Crab House
Client: Smuggler’s Enterprises
Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center
Client: Charlotte County Government

Civic

Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center
Clients: Charlotte County and City of Punta Gorda
Charlotte County Jail Expansion
Charlotte County Sheriff’s Department and Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement

Sports

Tampa Bay Rays Spring Training Ballpark
Client: Charlotte County Government

Education

Florida Gulf Coast University
Client: Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida Southwestern State College
Florida Southwestern State College

Government

Charlotte County Jail Expansion
Client: Charlotte County Government

Hospital and Health Care

Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
Client: Miami Jewish Home and Hospital

Commercial and Aviation

Airport Commerce Center
Client: Florida Premier Contractors

Tourism

Muscle Car City
Client: Rick Treworgy
Laishley Crab House
Client: Smuggler’s Enterprises

Infrastructure and Highway

CR 74 and Bermont Road
Client: Florida Department of Transportation
Woodland Drive, Commerce Center Entrance
Client: Charlotte County

Site Design and Preparation

Airport Commerce Center
Client: Charlotte County