Bob L. MossChairman/CEO
Moss credits this achievement to his, and the entire team’s commitment to a set of non-negotiable standards which puts an emphasis on an entrepreneurial spirit, transparent communications, teamwork and building valuable relationships.
Bob built his successful career during the past 48 years with experience in a diverse portfolio of construction projects spanning North America. This portfolio includes transportation projects such as rail stations, cruise terminals, civil works and airports. Bob also has project experience with healthcare facilities, military and space research projects, retail, universities and higher education, correctional facilities, sports facilities, solar construction, island construction, residential multi-family units, senior housing facilities and convention centers. Some of his hallmark projects include Marlins Park and Nova Southeastern University’s Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center. Bob was also central to the teams that constructed 10 Walt Disney World resorts which included approximately 22,000 rooms; 16 Bass Pro Shops/Outdoor World projects; the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota; Atlantis Paradise Island and Our Lucaya in the Bahamas. Bob’s experience continues with iconic projects currently under construction such as Brightline Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach stations, Margaritaville Vacation Club by Wyndham in St. Thomas, USVI, Auburge residences in Fort Lauderdale, Florida International University’s Wellness and Recreation Center, ICON Las Olas and the BB&T Center.
Bob serves on the Governor’s Florida Council of 100, World President Organization, the Chief Executive Organization, and he is the Vice Chairman on the Board of Directors of Watsco, a $4.5 Billion NYSE Company.
He has been honored by his peers and the community: University of Florida Construction Hall of Fame, Clemson Construction Hall of Fame, Broward Workshop’s Top 102 CEOs. In 2011, he was the recipient of the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America’s Distinguished Citizen Award he was recognized as the Humanitarian of the Year by the EASE Foundation in 2012.