The Beck Group has a unique approach to architecture and construction. They create teams across all departments and areas of expertise work on a common goal – their clients’ projects. They believe that a better process and outcome result from working together. Many companies who work with Beck come to share this opinion.
The Beck Group’s history in Florida dates back to 1961, when they built the first launch facility at Cape Canaveral. With a Florida headquarters established in Tampa over 30 years ago, Beck delivers projects that touch every aspect of life in Tampa Bay, from travelers passing through TPA’s Consolidated Rental Car Facility (ConRAC) and Automated People Mover (APM), to visitors exploring the renowned Dali Museum and The James Museum; from students living and studying at The University of Tampa, to physicians practicing cutting-edge technology at USF Health’s Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS); and from diners enjoying a meal at Ulele, to the thousands of employees working at the Sykes Building.
“Great design and great construction go together. Only when we rise to the level of true teaming, taking responsibility for each other’s work, can we address the fundamental inefficiencies and the waste involved with delivering buildings.”- Fred Perpall, Beck CEO
Beck has taken the concept of design-build to a new level, by merging construction and design under one roof. Because they are builders, they are more knowledgeable architects. Because they are architects, they are contractors who better understand design. In addition, their sustainability and technology practices innovate to solve problems and their program management practice allows busy owners to focus on what they do best.
“Great design and great construction go together. Only when we rise to the level of true teaming, taking responsibility for each other’s work, can we address the fundamental inefficiencies and the waste involved with delivering buildings,” says Beck CEO, Fred Perpall. Beck’s sense of community spills over into their working environment, making them a “Best Place to Work” in the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Florida Trend Magazine and Tampa Bay Times. Beck is committed to continuing to serve Florida for decades to come.
Doing the right thing when no one is looking and behaving with uncompromising honesty. Beck believes in maintaining lasting relationships based on honesty, consistency and with the highest ethical standards. This creates credibility in their personal and professional relationships.
Showing concern, empathy and compassion for others, ourselves, and our environment. Beck’s concern shows in their commitment to Safety First in all they do, and never compromising on it.
Working unselfishly toward common goals across disciplines, teams, departments, and regions. Beck believes that their collective contributions are greater than individual skills.