Construction at the Sarabande Golf Course, located in Howey of the Hills, Florida, finished at the end of December 2006. Prince’s work included the replacement of all wood bridges and bulkheads, the addition of several tees and concrete practice pods, the re-grading of three fairways and the rebuilding of the driving range tee.

Prince has also completed construction of the back nine holes at the Providence Golf and Country Club in Davenport, Florida. The work drew to a close during the first week of January 2007. The 18-hole championship, semi-private golf course was designed by golf course architect, Michael Dasher, and is bordered by natural landscaping and numerous lakes.

“A talented and dedicated staff, along with the expertise and experience of the architect and owners, allowed us to finish the work at both golf courses on schedule and within budget,” said Gautier.

The principals of Prince are Chester W. Prince, CEO, and James B. (Jimmy) Walker, President and COO. Vice President, Gary L. Wieseler, manages Prince’s golf course and sports turf operations throughout Florida.

Specializing in large site infrastructure, golf courses, plus heavy and highway projects throughout Florida, Princes highly trained, experienced construction professionals consistently deliver a level of quality and service unmatched by its competitors. Notable statewide projects include Ocean Hammock Golf Course and Subdivisions in Palm Coast, Florida, The Villages in Lake and Sumter Counties, Florida, Solivita Community and Golf Course in Poinciana, Florida, the World Golf Village in St. Johns County, Florida, and Frenchman’s Reserve in North Palm Beach, Florida.