EWI rebrands as Ellison Construction

EWI Construction, a construction management company based in Tampa, has rebranded and will now operate as Ellison Construction.

The firm also added two new arms to the company, Ellison Advisors and Ellison Development, now allowing it to provide a full suite of services to its clients, according to a statement.

Ellison is a family-owned and operated business, founded in 2007 by Casey Ellison. The firm’s projected revenue for 2022 is $110 million.

“Ellison Construction will continue to build upon what the EWI organization has accomplished over the years,” said Casey Ellison, in a statement, shared first with Tampa Bay Business and Wealth. “Many projects we’ve worked on have reimagined what community means and maximized the shared value of their neighborhoods; we want to keep building projects that change Tampa. We’ve been lucky enough to find clients as invested in the future of Tampa as we are. Our mission statement is clear – to build and adapt remarkable places that stand the test of time.”

Ellison siblings Casey, Cory and Cari run the day-to-day operations, and their father and industry veteran Sam Ellison is the chairman.

Ellison Construction’s portfolio includes Oxford Exchange, Armature Works, Sparkman Wharf and Hotel Haya, among others.

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