Stiles Construction's longstanding reputation for quality, service and experience speaks volumes. As evidenced by our extensive list of satisfied repeat clients, we know what it takes to produce a quality project that is designed to not only fit comfortably within your budget, but also aimed to sustain your long-term construction needs. Our experienced professionals analyze and master every detail, leaving no room for error. We know that cutting costs for materials will only lead to higher costs down the road, and for that reason our projects are completed to the highest functional standard from beginning to end.
Stiles Construction represents a history of dependable preconstruction and construction management services. We specialize in automotive, garage, retail, industrial, public, government, hospitality, residential construction and more. In addition, we have worked with many schools and universities for phased replacements, classroom additions, cafeteria replacements, parking garages and automotive centers. Stiles Construction project teams are known for consistently completing quality projects on time, within budget and to specification.
Stiles Construction consistently completes projects on-time, within budget, to specification, and with single source responsibility. We offer the full spectrum of services for the construction industry, covering some areas others simply avoid. The security behind a Stiles project is legendary and the foundation of our longevity is simple: we don’t just build buildings; we also build relationships. We provide our clients with a level of quality control and peace of mind that is unmatched industry wide and continues to fuel our success to this very day.
Preconstruction comprises 15% of our staff, evidence of our dedication to the upfront and long-term success of your project. The construction process begins by clearly defining clients’ needs. Once the parameters are established, we implement a value management process that streamlines construction development and recommends cost savings ideas for quality improvements. Stiles commitment to careful planning and faultless project execution results in providing clients with the highest standards of efficiency and value.
Becoming a Qualified Subcontractor
In keeping with our commitment to providing our clients with the highest quality services and prices, we encourage new subcontractors with similar goals to apply for entry into our subcontractor database.
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General Subcontractor Requirements
The following is provided to advise you of some* of the existing mandatory procedures and clauses relative to our Subcontract Agreement so that you can adjust/modify your bidding process accordingly when submitting bids to our Company for a specific project.
A copy of the Subcontract will be issued for electronic signature via DocuSign, an online service at no cost to you. Original Subcontract agreements are not mailed. The Subcontract agreement must be signed online.
Before the first payment is made to you, we must have an Affidavit (form is included in subcontract package) listing all suppliers you will be using on this project.
At time of execution of the Subcontract and before work is started, we must have a current Certificate of Insurance listing the insurance coverages and limits stated below with Stiles Corporation as additional insured and Certificate Holder. This insurance certificate MUST at a minimum (no exceptions) list the following minimum coverages and limits:
Statutory Workers’ Compensation insurance and Employer’s Liability not less than 100/500/100 in accordance with the requirements of the laws of the jurisdiction in which the work is to be performed (it is a company requirement that all Subcontractors, regardless of whether they are self-employed and/or have no employees, provide proof of workers’ compensation insurance). All Subcontractors must be insured through the traditional workers compensation insurance market. Workers Compensation insurance through a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) is not acceptable.
Broad form Comprehensive General Liability insurance covering personal injury, bodily injury and property damage liability with a combined single limit of not less than $2,000,000 incorporating premises/operations, XCC (explosion, collapse and underground hazard), products/completed operation hazard, contractual insurance, broad form property damage liability, independent contractor’s liability and personal injury liability. The actual required limit of liability may be greater than $2,000,000 depending on trade and scope of work.
Comprehensive Automobile Liability insurance for owned, hired, and non-owned vehicles in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit bodily injury and property damage.
Professional Liability insurance of not less than $1,000,000 if scope of work requires stamp or seal of a professional engineer or submission of calculations or drawings of a design professional or any other types of professional or consulting services.
Pollution Liability insurance of not less than $1,000,000 if scope of work involves environmental services, abatement, demolition and/or contact, removal, replacement or handling of hazardous or toxic chemicals, materials or substances.
Crane Liability insurance of not less than $5,000,000 if scope of work includes operating hiring or contracting others to operate or hire a crane.
Where permissible, all insurance policies shall be endorsed to contain a waiver of subrogation in favor of Contractor and shall be primary to any and all insurance maintained by Contractor.
Subcontractor shall furnish certificates of insurance along with all required endorsements, at time of execution of the Subcontract to Contractor. No “waivers” of any kind for any type of required insurance will be accepted in lieu of the aforementioned certificates. Thirty (30) days advance notice of cancellation or material change or intention of non-renewal shall be given Contractor showing applicable deductibles, if any, and a declaration stating if the policy excludes punitive damages, is on a claims made basis, or where limits are materially impaired by prior claims. The Workers’ Compensation insurance shall similarly provide for advance notice to Contractor of cancellation or termination thereof. Contractor, Owner and/or Developer shall be named as additional insured, including products and completed operations, as respects to each project performed in conjunction with the Contractor under Subcontractor’s insurance policy required hereunder except for Workers’ Compensation and Professional Liability. In addition, the insurance shall include contractual liability insurance covering the Subcontractor’s obligations. In the event the Subcontractor fails to maintain any insurance coverage required under this Subcontract, Contractor may terminate this Subcontract and charge Subcontractor; which would also pertain to any authorized sub-subcontractors retained by Subcontractor. The aforementioned insurance requirements are to be met by any authorized sub-subcontractor of the Subcontractor.
The above are the minimum insurance requirements, coverages and limits. Subcontractor shall refer to the Subcontract Agreement for the complete insurance requirements, coverages and limits.
Letter of Guarantee (included in subcontractor package) is to be filled out and returned to our office ten (10) days after execution of the Subcontract.
A signed original Subcontract (with any changes initialed) must be in our office prior to commencement of work.
The Contractor shall make payments to the Subcontractor in current funds as the work progresses monthly. The Contractor shall pay to the Subcontractor an amount equal to ninety percent (90%) of the work done during the preceding calendar month, as estimated by the Contractor (provided that the Subcontractor has submitted the necessary supplier releases of lien in addition to all other precondition requirements being met).
The final payment shall be made thirty (30) days after the Contractor shall have received from the Owner the final payment under their Agreement, provided the Subcontractor and his surety shall have fulfilled and performed all of the covenants and conditions of the Subcontract.
*This document does not intend to list all Contract requirements; only those clauses and procedures which have recently been revised and incorporated
*This document is in no way to be construed as an agreement to enter into a contract and is provided only as an aid to your bidding process.
19 Construction Association of South Florida Craftsmanship Awards for 2015:
One West Las Olas – Commercial – $7.8 Million – Eagle Award
Kuro at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood (8 awards)
Hard Rock Casino Café (1 award)
Howard Tiger Recreational Center (1 award)
Hard Rock Casino Pool (2 awards)
Okalee Village (1 award)
Paseo Del Mar (2 awards)
Gunther Kia (2 awards)
Hard Rock Casino Suites (1 award)
Hard Rock Casino “L” Bar (1 award)
Stiles’ former headquarters 300 Las Olas Place wins USGBC GalaVerde award for LEED certification in the EB:OM (existing building) category
Stiles Construction Wins Eagle Awards for Several projects in 2014, including Project of the Year for Broward Center of the Performing Arts renovation and expansion
Stiles Construction wins the Bluebeam eXtreme public sector award for the Broward Center for the Performing Arts
South Florida Business Journal ranks Stiles Construction as 6th Top General Contractor
South Florida Business Journal ranks Stiles Construction as 15th Top General Contractor statewide
Stiles Construction received 17 Construction Association of South Florida Craftsmanship Awards for 2013
17 Construction Association of South Florida Craftsmanship Awards for 2013
Stiles Construction received the 2013 Business of the Year Award for One Plantation by the Plantation Fire Department
Stiles Construction is ranked as a Top 5 General Contractor by the South Florida Business Journal
The National Association of Women in Construction presents Stiles Construction with the 2013 Contractor Safety Excellence Award
16 Construction Association of South Florida Craftsmanship Awards for 2012
2012 Associated Builders & Contractors Excellence in Construction Awards – Eagle awards for Sunrise Public Safety Complex and Museum of Discovery & Science Eco-Discovery Center
MODS selected as Construction Association of South Florida’s 2012 Overall Craftsmanship Award
The National NAIOP honored Stiles with the Capital Dome Award in Washington, DC for our work on the Vote NO on Amendment 4 campaign and as the company with the most outstanding government affairs effort in the entire country
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Platinum STEP safety award for the 9th consecutive year
Asociated Builders and Contractors (ABC) three Excellence in Construction (Eagle) Awards
Southeast Construction Award of Excellence for AutoNation Tenant Improvement
The Construction Association of South Florida’s (CASF) Craftsmanship Awards recognized 6 nominated craftsman for the following Stiles Construction projects
Holy Cross HealthPlex (1)
AutoNation Tenant Improvement (4)
Marriott Harbor Beach (1)
The Construction Association of South Florida’s (CASF) Craftsmanship Awards recognized 12 nominated craftsman for the following Stiles Construction Co. projects:
Harbor Beach Marriott Ballroom Addition
JA World Huizenga Center
Lexus of North Miami (4)
Pembroke Pines City Center
Animal Hospital at Palm Beach Zoo
Trump International Hotel & Tower
West Kendall Toyota (2)
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Platinum STEP safety award for the 8th consecutive year
The City of Fort Lauderdale Community Appearance Award to 200 Las Olas Circle
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Platinum STEP safety award for the 7th consecutive year
The Construction Association of South Florida’s (CASF) Craftsmanship Awards recognized 16 nominated craftsman for the following Stiles Construction projects:
Acura of Pembroke Pines
Bank of Florida at 200 Las Olas Circle
City of Hollywood Charnow Park / Garfield Parking Garage
Dolphin Stadium (8)
Lake Shore Plaza II (2)
Trump International Hotel and Tower
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) General Contractor Excellence in Construction Awards for:
200 Las Olas Centre – Commercial Project – $30-75 Million
Children’s Services Council – Institutional Project – $15-30 Million
Seminole Community College Automotive Training Facility – Institutional Project – $5-15 Million
Dolphins Stadium Addition – Commercial Project – Over $125 Million
The Shoppes at Veranda Falls – Commercial Project – $15-30 Million
City of Hollywood Garfield Street Parking Garage and Charnow Park – Public Works Project – $15-30 Million
City of Deerfield Beach Mitigation Operations Center – Public Works Project – $5-15 Million
Miami Dolphins Indoor Training Facility – Commercial Project – $5-15 Million
Lake Shore Plaza II Office Building – Green Building Merit Award
Platinum STEP safety award for the 6th consecutive year
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Excellence in Construction Awards Business of the Year Finalist
McGraw-Hill’s Southeast Construction Magazine’s “Best of 2007” Awards recognized
Dolphins Stadium as the Best Sports Project of the year and presented Merit Awards for both the Miami Dolphins Indoor Practice Field and the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
The Construction Association of South Florida’s (CASF) Craftsmanship Awards recognized 14 nominated craftsman for the following Stiles Construction projects:
Children’s Services Council (2)
Miami Dolphins Indoor Practice Field (2)
Dolphin Stadium (4)
City of Deerfield Beach Mitigation Operation Center “MOC”
Port Everglades' new Heron Garage is using solar power and moving walkways to transport passengers from their cars to Cruise Terminals 2 and 4. Community leaders and the Port's cruise industry partners celebrated the grand opening today in time for the Florida's busy cruise season.
Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles Construction, Florida’s 69-year old premier construction management services provider, has received three prestigious Eagle Awards at the 2020 Annual Excellence in Construction Competition hosted by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Florida East Coast Chapter.
Stiles Construction, a large-scale general contracting firm and division of full-service commercial real estate company Stiles, was honored by receiving a Community Appearance Award from the City of Fort Lauderdale for the firm’s recently completed renovation of 501 Las Olas Square, which is located on the busy intersection of Las Olas and 5th Ave. – a half city block – in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
As safety standards on construction sites grow more stringent, one company is leading the way with top honors from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Stiles Construction, the construction management division of full-service commercial real estate firm, Stiles, announced today that OSHA has awarded the company the pilot Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) Award for record safety at its newest construction project, the Residences at Las Olas.
Stiles announced today that its property management and construction divisions won a combined 26 awards during a pair of local award ceremonies. Stiles Property Management and Stiles Construction are divisions of full-service real estate firm Stiles, a leading provider of third-party commercial and facility management services throughout Florida.
Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles, along with partners Shorenstein Properties LLC, an owner and operator of high-quality office, residential and mixed-use properties across the U.S., and Broward College celebrated today the groundbreaking of “The Main Las Olas” project - a generational, mixed-use development featuring an office tower and residential tower, spanning a full city block bordering 201 E. Las Olas and SE 3rd Avenue in downtown Fort Lauderdale, FL.
South Florida-based Stiles Construction announced today that they have been honored with a 2017 Build Florida Award by The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., Florida East Coast Chapter (AGC FEC) for Excellence in Innovation on the Charles F. Dodge City Center Pembroke Pines.
Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles Construction, a longstanding construction management services provider throughout Florida, has received three prestigious Eagle awards at the 2017 Annual Excellence in Construction Competition hosted by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Florida East Coast Chapter. The ABC awards recognize the year’s top construction projects that exhibit superior quality, high standards in workmanship and excellent safety records. Eagle Award recipients are qualified to enter winning projects into the ABC National Competition.
Stiles Construction, one of Florida’s oldest and most recognized third-party general contractors and a division of full-service real estate services provider Stiles Corporation, has been selected to build a 25-story luxury apartment project in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Broward College District Board of Trustees votes to enter into a pre-development agreement and ground lease with the Stiles for the redevelopment of the Willis Holcombe Center, otherwise known as buildings 31 and 32.