Since 1981, James A. Cummings, Inc. has built an unparalleled reputation. Our dedication to building quality facilities on time, within budget and without litigation has made us one of the top ranked commercial construction companies in the Southeast.
We proudly stand by our commitment to provide construction services to efficiently build quality construction projects for the public and private sector. We utilize a team of qualified professionals and state-of-the-art technology which results in absolute customer satisfaction.
On January 1, 2003, James A. Cummings, Inc. became part of the Perini Corporation, one of the largest building companies in the world. In 2009, Reflecting the successful merger in 2008 with Tutor-Saliba Corporation, Perini Corporation announced the change of the Company's name from Perini Corporation to Tutor Perini Corporation. This has accelerated our desire to expand our expertise and solutions-oriented construction management services throughout Florida and the Southeast United States and strengthened our longtime commitment of standing behind our work.
All in all, our pledge to total quality in all we do has made James A. Cummings, Inc. a recognized leader in the construction industry.
FAU College of Engineering & Computer Science
The College of Engineering and Computer Science Building comprises five stories, 93,000 SF and was designed and constructed to meet LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC. the building consists of a circulation lobby, lecture rooms, laboratory/classroom teaching areas, computer server housing, distance learning classrooms, faculty offices and multiple student areas. The design theme is "Engineering on Display" with system components on interactive display throughout the building. Also, an existing satellite utility plant was expanded and new utility/cooling towers were constructed to handle the additional load created by the College of Engineering and Computer Science Building. In addition to new equipment, modifications to the existing electrical and mechanical main infrastructure systems were completed.
Situated at the east end of the building is a two-level, 8,800 SF food service venue, designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification in the Commercial Interiors rating system from the USGBC. The space contains a multi-purpose kitchen servicing a dining facility for students and faculty, several flexible spaces for small gatherings and a 2,500 SF banquet hall to be used for both on-campus and outside catering events.