Ring Power builds new headquarters for its subsidiary Phoenix Products | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Ring Power Corp. begins construction of a new headquarters for its subsidiary Phoenix Products in the Eastside Talleyrand region.

The city approved a building permit on February 23 for the estimated construction of an office building at 1544 E. Eighth St. for $ 800,000.

JB Coxwell Contracting Inc. is the contractor for parking lots. Bradleys Construction Enterprises Inc. is the contractor. and JAA Architecture is the architect.

Phoenix Products manufactures custom generator housings, fuel tanks and fuel systems for standby, prime and peak power applications.

The new location is adjacent to the existing Phoenix Products headquarters and manufacturing facilities at 1727 Bennett Street.

The city gave Realco Recycling Co. Inc. on November 12th permission to demolish an 11,000 square foot warehouse on the site for $ 40,000.

“The existing building wasn’t big enough for us to grow,” said Kevin Robbins, executive vice president of Ring Power Corp.

The existing production facility covers 100,000 square meters of production space on 6.5 hectares.

Ring Power is located on 500 World Commerce Parkway in St. Augustine. It bought Phoenix Products, a former supplier, in 2005.

Phoenix Products manufactures custom generator housings, fuel tanks and fuel systems for standby, prime and peak power applications.

Its website says it pioneered the use of aluminum for case manufacturing, combining its corrosion resistance with structural integrity to withstand winds of up to 200 mph.

“As specialists in custom manufacturing for tough conditions and unique situations, we have served thousands of customers in a wide variety of industries including banking, communications, computing, government, human services and transportation where performance, reliability and durability are of the essence.” Says the website.

The city cleared a permit application for the estimated $ 800,000 construction of an office building on 1544 E. Eighth St.

Phoenix Products can also develop fuel delivery systems that are tailored to user specifications.

In 1962, Ring Power became a full-line Caterpillar dealer in North Florida and later expanded its territory to include central Florida.

The company now oversees the operations of 18 offices across Florida, including regional facilities in Tampa and Orlando and sales and service facilities for cranes and forklifts in Pompano Beach and Miami. Ring Power also has eight facilities outside of Florida to serve specialized industries and customers.

It has more than 2,200 employees.

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