Florida Marine Contractors Association
a Florida Non Profit Corporation

Scholarship Awarded to 1st recipient

Posted on Feb 02 in Member Blog

Congratulations Lucas D Brooks! Our first recipient of the Florida Marine Contractor’s Association Scholarship. We are excited to assist you with continuing your education.
Steve Ryder & Kelly White presented the award letter to Lucas this week. Lucas and Ms. Robbie were both very excited and appreciative.

Marine Construction Business for Sale

Posted on Jan 24 in Member Blog

Owner retiring. Marine Construction Company (est. 1997) located on Florida’s Treasure Coast. Sales were $725K for 2016 and trending upward for 2017. Selling price $399K. This business specializes in building seawalls, retaining walls and customized boat docks. Great reputation with a solid referral base. Construction crews with managers in place. Contact Robert Shapiro of The Ventura Group of Florida 954 684-1315

FMCA Scholarship’s Available online

Posted on Nov 22 in Member Blog

The Board has approved “3” $500 scholarships to be awarded annually. Since we are nearing the end of the year, the first scholarships for 2017 will be awarded in January 2018. The deadline for the application is December 15, 2017.

Immediate family members of FMCA members in good standing (owners and employee’s) are eligible to apply. The online application and requirements are located on the front page of the website at www.myfmca.org.

Please share this exciting news with your employee’s! This is an added member benefit that we hope will give back to the memberships families.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me direct: Kelly White 904-553-5189

The Board is hoping you and your families have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

Reccomend Floating Boat Dock

Posted on Oct 25 in Member Blog

Looking for information on some suggestions for a good drive on floating dock product for a Hurricane boat. Thank you

Why Am I Going To The FMCA EXPO

Posted on Oct 05 in Member Blog

Our business is very busy. Although, never too busy to miss the FMCA EXPO. I feel it is important to support this association which has done so much for our marine construction industry.
Some of the positive things FMCA has done for our industry include fighting the manatee permitting issues, getting a dedicated Workers’ Compensation Code specific to Marine Construction, establishing a Marine Contractors License, and the constant permitting and licensing “battle” with local, state and federal agencies.
I am looking forward to learning from the informative sessions, the vendors’ products and services, and being with other marine contractors. I always leave with excitement from meeting new people and things learned that add more value to our company.
Mostly I look forward to just being with everyone. It is always so much fun to spend time with this great group of people! I consider this as a time to recharge, relax, and connect.
This is the second year at The Shores in Daytona. It is a great location and very interment, warm, fun venue all for $134 a night thanks to Kelly’s negotiating.
Lastly, I must say none of this is possible without Kelly! She is the glue, the bulldog, the problem solver, advocate, and angel for our industry. Kelly is invaluable to my business and to me personally. I call her for anything I need information or an answer. She always has both.
Why am going to the FMCA EXPO? All the reasons above and mostly for Kelly! She puts her heart and soul into our industry. It is the least I can do for her. I hope you feel the same and will make plans to attend.