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The company plans to build a 10,000-square-foot building with 20 parking spaces on 1.37 acres in the Britt Business Center North on East Crown Point Road.
The company plans to build a 10,000-square-foot building with 20 parking spaces on 1.37 acres in the Britt Business Center North on East Crown Point Road. (SJRWMD)

Orlando-based Injector Support & Service plans to build a new headquarters in Winter Garden that will also house its budding commercial real estate development business.

The company plans to build a 10,000-square-foot building with 20 parking spaces on 1.37 acres in the Britt Business Center North on East Crown Point Road.

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The site lies northwest of East Crown Point Road's intersection with Plant Street, bordered by existing industrial and commercial development, with vacant land to the south and Crown Pointe Road to the east.

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Injector Support & Service does preventive maintenance and calibration verifications on machinery used by bio-med companies. Company founder Ryan Clarke and other members of his family formed the Clarke Family Property Group LLC in September of last year.

The Clarkes bought the property in the Britt Business Center in January for $220,000.

Jonathan Clarke, a family member and service technician with Injector Support and Service, said the new headquarters is Clarke Family Property Group's first commercial development.

"We're looking into commercial development with different properties, not just in Winter Garden," he said.

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The general contractor on the project is Advanced Design & Contractors Inc. of Orlando. President David Eddy said final permit approvals from the city are almost complete, and he hopes to start construction this month.

The building will be constructed of pre-engineered steel with stucco exterior on three sides, Eddy said. The engineer on the project is Neal Hiler of Orlando.

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