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For the past 28 years, H.M.P. Builders, Inc. has provided residential and commercial contracting services ranging from additions and remodeling to renovations, new construction and more!

1036 SW 13th Court
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
T: 954.785.7555
F: 954.785.9828

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Our Portfolio
These are photos and descriptions of some projects completed by H.M.P. Builders Inc., representing the variety of work we do. Click on each image for an enlarged view and more information.


Whole House Remodel, Residential
3,200 square foot home in Boca Raton, Florida. HMP Builders, Inc. turned a one-car carport into a two-car garage and added eight feet across the entire back of the house. We created a family room, extended the master bedroom, enclosed some exterior atriums and made them into a walk-in two room interior closet space. The entire interior was remodeled including new porcelain flooring, granite countertops and a combination of impact glass and accordion shutters installed. A new expanded brick paver driveway was added as well as a brick paver patio in the rear of the home.



Renovation/Restoration, Historic Residence
1925 home in Miami Shores, designed by Walter C. DeGarmo, Florida's first registered architect. This was a very delicate and complicated job. Over the years, the ridge beam (the central beam in the roof that holds up the entire structure) began to fail to the point that the homeowners contacted an engineer to see exactly what the problem was and how to remedy it. After seeing the predicament the homeowners were in, and knowing the beam had to be replaced, the engineer called on H.M.P. Builders, Inc. to handle this sensitive undertaking.

The beam had to be removed and replaced, but finding a beam of this size in today’s world proved quite an undertaking. The new beam was reclaimed heart pine that was trucked in and re-sawn to size (18” x 6” x 30’). All roof framing and decking was from reclaimed, re-sawn lumber. The job involved removal and replacement of all roof framing, beams, tongue and groove sheeting, the manufacture of special beam hangers, new flooring, as well as matching the finishes on the interior and exterior of this historic Miami home. The curved wall of the bastion also had to be rebuilt.
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Renovation and remodel, Residential
This job involved the complete gutting of an existing master bathroom. The client requested H.M.P. Builders, Inc. to update all of the fixtures, cabinetry, flooring, wall and ceiling finishes. Apart from updating the cosmetics of the bathroom, we were also asked to eliminate the steps leading into the tub while keeping the surrounding deck; as well as adding a frameless shower stall for an overall elegant look.

As a result of our customer's satisfaction, we were asked to return to complete the second phase of their renovation project which included a new roof, electrical wiring upgrades, interior painting, chimney, ceiling and wall repairs.
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Renovation, Commercial
Boca Raton, Florida. Hurricanes Jean and Francis were the cause of this particular project. The aluminum, steel and glass of this pyramid structure after sitting so close to the ocean and the salt air for so long, were no match for the high winds of two hurricanes back to back over a two week period. The entire structure above the concrete beam had to be removed. The logistics of this job were complicated to say the least.

There was no way to get a crane anywhere close to the structure. The crane had to be positioned approximately two hundred feet away and the dumpsters, to place all of the removed materials, were another one hundred feet beyond that. All of the areas that the crane was to be working over were sensitive. They included the pool deck, parking lot, and entry to the complex. The traffic patterns had to be re-routed as well as the parking of the tenant’s cars. The pool deck and bar area all had to be covered with plywood to protect them. A protective scaffold deck had to be built over the free form granite bar to insure that no falling debris would damage it.
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Addition, Residential
A home in Loxahatchee, Florida. This project was not just a 1,000 square foot addition. H.M.P. Builders, Inc. also remodeled an additional 2,000 square feet of the existing house. The client wanted to still have the same number of bedrooms and bathrooms but have more living space and a new kitchen. Included in the new one thousand square feet were two bedrooms, one bathroom, and one living room. Also, we had to reconfigure the existing two thousand feet of living space and meld the two spaces seamlessly together. The existing house slab had to be cut in half diagonally in order to install the new plumbing. The ground at the addition had to be built up three to four feet to be level with the existing house slab.
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Addition/Remodel, Residential
A home in Parkland, Florida. This is a job that we took over from another contractor who dropped the ball. The job involved connecting a main house with a guesthouse and creating an outdoor living area on the ground floor as well as a second story deck. There was an existing beam on the main house that had to first be replaced. Next the pads under the columns had to be beefed up to carry the additional load of the expanded deck and extra trusses. HMP Builders, Inc. added a spiral staircase, and handrail to the second story deck and decorative columns. We also painted the entire house.
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Insurance Restoration
Apartment complex in Lake Worth, Florida. After a fire burned through one apartment and damaged three more units the management company called on H.M.P. Builders, Inc. to fix the problem. This job required us to remove melted wiring and plumbing pipes, burnt air conditioning ductwork, roof sheeting, and trusses, interior walls, windows and everything else within the units. The apartments then had to be brought back to life and up to the new Code and were up dated with new appliances, flooring, plumbing fixtures and lighting. Shortly after H.M.P. Builders, Inc. was done with this project, it was sold to an investor who then converted it to condos.
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Destructive Testing Support
Providing support for destructive testing at various locations in South Florida. In situations where there are disputes between a developer and the contractors and sub contractors that have actually performed the work, H.M.P. Builders, Inc. is being called upon, with increasing frequency, by attorneys and engineers to assist in providing the manpower and logistical support needed to complete the physical investigations on destructive testing projects. H.M.P. Builders, Inc. has the knowledge and experience to get the job done.
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