Amicon Construction recently completed the build out of the new law office of Shutts & Bowen in downtown Miami, Florida. The 69,155 square foot, three-story space features an open, multi-floor lobby with a glowing onyx wall.
The new offices include the most advanced features available in legal technology and contingency preparation, with a state-of-the-art conference center to connect with offices and clients all over the world.
Founded in 1910, Shutts & Bowen is an esteemed Florida law firm with 240 attorneys across the state. Frank B. Shutts came to Miami in 1909 and became the legal representative of Henry M. Flagler and his railroad and later founded the Miami Herald Publishing Company.
“Many high-profile law firms are recognizing how the design of their offices plays an important role in their corporate branding and client relationships. In Miami, Amicon has become the go-to construction company for many of the region’s top firms. The new Shutts & Bowen offices will redefine functional workspace for the modern law office,” said Amicon President, John Wood.
In the past few years, Amicon has completed projects for other top law firms, such as Greenberg Traurig, Jones Day, Gunster, Fowler White Burnett and Hogan Lovells. Amicon brings the same level of precision execution to its law firm projects as it does to its luxury retail projects, such as Prada, Chopard, Miu Miu, Chrome Hearts, Jason of Beverly Hills and Brown Jordan.
About Amicon Construction
Established in 1996, Amicon is a full service construction services firm which provides general contracting, construction management and owner representation services in a variety of different industries, including academic institutions, restaurants, corporate offices, hospitality, banking, retail and healthcare. Known for its high level of detail and organization, the firm’s access to company principals and innovative approach to solutions, has earned them some of South Florida’s most iconic projects and clients, including Prada, Facebook, Brown Jordan, 50 Eggs, Inc. and Williams Island. Courtesy of Amicon Construction. For more information on Amicon, please visit www.amicon.us.