Coastal Construction Promotes Blake Murphy VP of Field Operations

Florida-based Coastal Construction Group, one of the largest privately held construction companies in the Southeast, today announced the promotion of Blake Murphy to Vice President of Field Operations.

With 22 years of construction industry experience Murphy has worked on a variety of luxury residential projects including: The Mansions at Acqualina in Sunny Isles, 15 Star Island, and Aqua in Miami Beach, among many others.

In his new role, Murphy will oversee all field operations at Aston Martin Residences, Concours Club and FIU K2 Sweetwater student residences, including tasks such as developing short- and long-term field schedules, maintaining jobsite essentials with a focus on quality, ensuring project teams are collaborative and keeping safety our top priority.

“Blake has been a key member of the Coastal Construction team for two decades,” said Sean Murphy, Co-President, Coastal Construction Group. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience ensuring all project activities remain on schedule and within budget. We are pleased to recognize him with this promotion.”

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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.