Prince was ranked seventeenth highest in volume among top construction companies from Tampa to Naples based on 2006 revenue.

The noteworthy projects listed for the company in this year’s ranking include Center Road, Innovation Way, Providence, Durbin Crossing, County Road 2209 and Aberdeen.

“We are committed to growing our company while continuing to provide the highest level of service and quality to our clients and the communities in which we work and live,” said Gautier.

Also noted in this issue of the Gulf Coast Business Review is one of the largest Prince projects started in 2006; State Road 64. The project is located in Manatee County and includes expanding SR 64 from two lanes to six lanes.

The principals of Prince are Chester W. Prince, CEO, and James B. (Jimmy) Walker, President and COO.

Specializing in large site infrastructure, golf courses, plus heavy and highway projects throughout Florida, Prince’s 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.