Coastal Construction Promotes Jon Piccolo to VP

Coastal Construction Group, one of the largest privately held construction companies in the Southeast, announced the promotion of Jon Piccolo to Vice President.

Piccolo enjoys nearly 15 years with Coastal Construction where he has worked on several high profile projects including: Aston Martin Residences, Faena House, and The St. Regis Bal Harbour.

Prior to his promotion, Piccolo served as Project Executive. In his new role he will have executive level responsibility where he will support and review the operations of Coastal’s on-site staff and interact directly with ownership and project teams up until the project’s delivery and into the warranty phase. Piccolo is currently overseeing the construction of Aston Martin Residences.

“Jon has been an instrumental part of the Coastal team and has worked on a number of complex projects. It is with pleasure that we promote him to Vice President,” said Sean Murphy, Co-President, Coastal Construction Group.

Piccolo is a graduate of Florida International University. He holds a Master of Science in Construction Management and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design.

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About Coastal Construction

Award-winning Coastal Construction Group and the Murphy family have been building projects throughout Florida for more than five decades and have become one of the largest general contractors in Florida. Coastal currently has operations in Miami, Palm Beach, Naples, Orlando, Tampa and the Florida Keys. Coastal specializes in hospitality, single and multi-family residential, education, commercial and mixed-use projects. Their distinguished portfolio includes, among others: Four Seasons Hotel and Residences at the Surf Club; St. Regis Resort & Residences Bal Harbor; Ritz Carlton Hotel South Beach; Faena Hotel and Residences; 1450 Brickell; Camillus House; Porsche Design Tower; Fendi Chateau; Oceana Condos; Residences by Armani Casa; Aston Martin Residences; and The Plaza Coral Gables. In addition, the Company was the primary builder for Ocean Reef Club, Deering Bay Club, Miami Design District, Miami Worldcenter and Water Street Tampa.