Orlando-based Hubbard Construction is 85 years old and Florida's largest heavy civil construction company involved in both public and private ventures, with 2005 revenues at $254 million. Since the company began in 1920, Hubbard has literally paved the way for Florida's growth.
Over the years, Hubbard has performed turnkey site development and asphalt services, and developed thousands of miles of highways and roads throught the state. Its rich history includes monumental projects like the launch pads at Cape Canaveral, the foundations for the Walt Disney World-EPCOT monorail system, the laser range at Lockheed-Martin, and the elevated tramways for passenger trams at both Orlando and Tampa's International Airports. Hubbard has performed site work for office complexes, hotels and communities. The company has also built and renovated major sectors of I-4, I-10, I-75, I-95, the Greeneway, the Southern Connector, the Beeline Expressway and Florida's Turnpike.
Hubbard is organized into four construction divisions — three paving division and a material division. The Orlando paving division, Orlando Paving Co., has become the largest producer of HMA in Central Florida, operating four plants with a combined total production capacity of 1,000 tons per hour.
Hubbard has honed its expertise to address a wide variety of challenging construction projects, and whether it's a straightforward new road project like the SR 429 or something more complex like the Orlando International Airport taxiway modification, the company's ability to deliver a quality product has been demonstrated time and again over the course of its successful and long history.