Project Information & Photographs:
In 1994 while serving as President and general contractor for Citrus Hills Construction, Chuck began the design and construction work on this prestigious project. At the time, baseball legend Ted Williams was a resident and spokesperson for the Tamposi & Nash families' "Citrus Hills Communities". Chuck worked closely with architect Ernie Brundage, Mr. Williams, and the Board of Directors to design and build this community project. Chuck recruited and negotiated with many trade partners to provide services so that the project could be completed under budget. From 1994 until 2004, the Ted William Museum was visited by by many celebrities including Joe DiMaggio, Mohammad Ali, President Bush and first lady Barbara, and all the many residents that took part in this great tribute to the "best hitter of all times" Ted Williams. The museum is now located within the Tropicana Field, home to MLB's Tampa Bay Rays and the building is used by Nature Coast Bank.