Building Your Dream Home: Why Sarasota Custom Home Builders Are The Best Choice

Trinity Construction & Design, LLC was recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal in their annual Fast 50 competition. The TBBJ Fast 50 recognizes the 50 fastest growing companies in the Tampa Bay Area. Trinity Construction & Design, LLC ranked 27th out of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the Tampa Bay Area.

Information on The List was supplied by individual companies and verified by the accounting firm RSM US LLP. In order to qualify, companies must be headquartered in the Tampa Bay area, privately-held and had revenue of at least $1 million in 2019 or $5 million in 2021. Local includes Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota counties.

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Our projects

The Half Light House
Origami House
Origami house is a uniquely shaped home nestled on 17 acres in Myakka Valley Ranches. Each room boasts a spectacular view of old Florida landscape. The design of the home consists on one 90 degree corner on the structure which dictates the spectacular roof lines of the home which gives the home its name.
The One / Main St. Penthouse
The One started off with big ideas and a vision from our client to create a masculine but refined downtown penthouse retreat. Having relocated to Sarasota from Los Angeles, as well as having been involved in many renovation and construction projects previously, our client sought us out to transform this penthouse unit. 
Stickney Point Coastal Contemporary
Stickney Point Coastal Contemporary was a project that we were exceptionally proud to be a part of. Having the opportunity to work with a client who spent over 30 years in the commercial construction industry seemed upfront like a daunting task.
Bayside Estate
We started off with a 30+ year old waterfront home that was long past its glory days. The home had many systems which were in disrepair and finishes that were outdated.