Cox Fire Awarded JU Basketball Performance Center

JU’s Basketball Performance Center is set to open by the start of the 2021-22 season. Balfour Beatty announced Oct. 15 that Jacksonville University awarded it the contract to build the $8 million JU Basketball Performance Center that will be home to the men’s and women’s basketball program and daily operations. Balfour Beatty said the center, at the 2800 University Blvd. N. campus, will provide a home for student-athletes, enhance the university’s ability to recruit quality individuals and allow students to be better prepared academically and athletically. The two-story, 26,000-square-foot practice facility will feature coaching staff offices; weight room and training … Read More

Congratulations to Scott Cox for being selected as a member of the Leadership Tampa Bay Class of 2021

Congratulations to Cox Fire President, Scott Cox, for being selected as a member of the Leadership Tampa Bay Class of 2021. The organization has a solid tradition of excellence in the area of leadership and regional affairs. The class consists of other distinguished professionals throughout the Bay area who will come together a couple of times a month from January through July to learn more about different industry sectors and delve deeper into issues affecting our communities. Way to go Scott!

Company Spotlight: Ana Church

Ana has been with Cox Fire for almost 2 years now and the efforts she has put into delivering high-quality customer satisfaction for Cox Fire is beyond commendable! You never see her without a smile on her face, even in the moments of last-minute customer rescheduling! Ana has embraced Service Trade and is known as our subject matter expert companywide; she is continuously testing new protocols to simplify the end users’ procedures. She is eager to take on projects and sees them through to completion. She is always willing to lend a hand and always has a positive can-do attitude! … Read More

Scott Cox Awarded ABC’s Member of the Year

Congratulations, Scott, for being awarded as ABC’s 2019 Member of the Year.  We’re proud of all you do for our industry.  Thank you for representing Cox Fire Protection in such a positive way!

Celebrating the Holidays and 2019

There was much to celebrate at this year’s company Christmas parties. During our awards ceremony, we celebrated the following: Shout out to our new hires over the last year: Bobby Ballard, Brandon Manning, Margot McDaniels, Victoria Rolling, James Ainey, Walter Branon, Nathan Cress, Michael Durkin, Brandon Goss, Randy Hicks, AJ Johnson, Derrick Lopez, Tyler Manning, Lenny Milona, Shane Moore, Patricia Perez, Carlos Rendon, Eric Riley, Charissa Rivers, Devin Smith, Matt Steele, and Jennifer Yarbrough. 5 Year Jackets went to Tim Frilling, Kevin Novatka, Chris Self, Troy Summerall, & Matt Taylor. 10 Year Watches went to Jimmy Roberts & Rick Lunsford … Read More

Announcement – Richard Holloway, Contract Manager

Richard Holloway

 I am pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Holloway to the position of Contract Manager for Cox Fire Protection. Richard celebrates his 30th year with Cox Fire Protection this year. Richard’s responsibilities at Cox Fire Protection will relate directly to the functions of managing the field operations for the entire contract department across our Jacksonville, Ocala, Tampa, Orlando, and Ft Myers markets. He will use his vast experience to teach and train our superintendents at those respective branches while continuing to superintend projects of his own in Tampa.  Please help me in congratulating Richard. I know you will give … Read More

USF Health Morsani College of Medicine

Cox Fire is pleased to have been selected as the Fire Sprinkler Contractor for USF Health’s downtown Water Street Morsani College of Medicine building. About the System The Victaulic Vortex system installed at USF Morsani consists of 7 total zones. The zones are supplied by a common manifold filled with 44 nitrogen tanks. The manifold is release via 2 common fluid releasing panels to the zone in alarm. Each zone is controlled by 1-2 zone panels that release the air-nitrogen into the system when tripped. About The Project: The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute is moving in … Read More