Hole Montes completes NeoGenomics headquarters project Hole Montes has completed engineering and design services for NeoGenomics’ new corporate headquarters, a $60 million, 150,000-square-foot complex in south Fort Myers. The firm provided land surveying, civil engineering, site development design, permitting and construction administration services, as well as construction surveying. Spread across 14 acres in the Florida Gulf Coast Business Center, NeoGenomics’ headquarters includes two 75,000-square-foot buildings that feature offices, laboratories, pathology suites, common spaces, a kitchen, cafeteria and more. “NeoGenomics isn’t just investing in a new building; it’s investing in Southwest Florida,” said Bob Mulhere, president of Hole Montes. “That’s what made this project so exciting for our team. NeoGenomics is the type of business with high-paying jobs that every community in America would gladly welcome, and the fact that they’re staying right here indicates to other companies that Southwest Florida is a great place to do business.” NeoGenomics specializes in cancer genetics testing and information services, providing one of the most comprehensive oncology-focused testing menus in the world for physicians to help them diagnose and treat cancer. Hole Montes’ NeoGenomics project team included Principal and Engineer of Record Rick Brylanski, PE, as well as Tyler Bonnough, project engineer; Val Zdravkov, senior designer; Tom Murphy, principal surveyor; and Jackie Lopez, permit coordinator. The firm’s project partners included Seagate Development Group as owner, developer, construction manager and site contractor; DeAngelis Diamond as general contractor; and Studio+ as architect. Hole Montes coordinated site permit reviews with multiple agencies, including the South Florida Water Management District, Lee County Utilities, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Department of Health and Federal Aviation Administration.