Luxury SWFL builder moves into new HQ, adds roofing division


Tri-Town Construction, a Fort Myers-based luxury home builder, has two pieces of expansion news: a new headquarters and the addition of a roofing division.

The new headquarters are located at 12730 Commonwealth Drive in the Gateway neighborhood of Fort Myers, according to a statement. The 13,000 square foot facility includes 6,000 square feet of offices, showrooms and design studios and a 7,000 square foot warehouse. The new space follows some of the offices the company had on Alico Road, which has grown to 3,000 square feet in just over a decade. Tri-Town built the new facility, the press release adds.

The roofing division is called Florida Roofing and Gutters and was formed, the press release says, “to provide property owners with the experience and expertise of one of the premier roofing specialists in the Southwest Florida region.”

“Our new headquarters offers our customers a ‘one-stop-shop’,” says Tri-Town founder Marc Devisse in the press release. “With our advanced construction technology and equipment, tactile product samples and roofing expertise, we are able to work with clients on virtually every facet of their construction project.”

“Our new office space will facilitate communication and collaboration between team members, ensuring clients are kept informed and included in project updates. Additionally, the updated equipment and technology at the facility will allow us to complete projects more efficiently, potentially resulting in cost savings for our customers,” adds Devisse.

Devisse founded Tri-Town in 2006 when he was 22 and a recent graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University. The company initially operated from Devisse’s home office with a team of three people. It now processes $20 million in annual construction services, the press release said.

“Tri-Town Construction’s growth has coincided with the region’s explosive growth,” says Devisse. “Even after the hurricanes of 2017 and 2022, we experienced tremendous demand for our services. It was a time when homeowners desperately needed professional, knowledgeable and ethical contractors.”