In the Community
In 2020 Azzarelli Builders, Inc. completed construction of a 9,500 square foot, state of the art, LEED facility for Meals on Wheels Tampa. Azzarelli Builders donated all construction fees and services for this project including many donations from subcontractors and vendors. Meals on Wheels Tampa is a nonprofit organization that is completely funded by the private sector and has been since delivering its first meal 45 years ago. Please click on the link below to learn more about Meals on Wheels Tampa.
In November of 2008 Azzarelli Builders, Inc. completed Mary Lee's House, a 30,000 square foot, state of the art child protection and advocacy center. Azzarelli Builders donated acquisition, development and construction fees and services for this project including many donations from subcontractors and vendors. Tom Azzarelli is an Ex-Officio Founding Board Member. Tom and his wife, Martha are also Protectors of Mary Lee's House. Please click on the links below to learn more about Mary Lee's House.
In July of 2014 Azzarelli Builders, Inc. and Martha and Tom Azzarelli completed and donated an entire Administrative building for Quantum Leap Farm, Inc., a comprehensive Equine Therapies and Retreat Center, which included donations from subcontractors, vendors, family and friends. Please click on the link below to learn more about Quantum Leap Farm.
In March of 2014 Azzarelli Builders, Inc. completed a single family residence for a cancer survivor and family. Azzarelli Builders, Inc. donated all the fees and services for this project along with the help of friends who made the land acquisition possible.
In January of 2016 Azzarelli Properties, Inc. and Martha and Tom Azzarelli assigned a contract to the University of Tampa for the coveted Harris Stearns Building Circa 1928 and donated all of the proceeds to the University. To commemorate the gift the University has named two classrooms in the John H. Sykes College of Business on their behalf.
Azzarelli family names two classrooms in UT's Sykes College of Business
Tom and Martha Azzarelli have named two classrooms in UT's Sykes College of Business through their longtime support of the University. Tom is the owner/operator of Azzarelli Builders Inc., a longtime Tampa building construction company. "The College of Business building is one of the historically significant spaces on our campus, and it is particularly gratifying to know that hundreds of students will learn about business in classrooms named for such a successful local businessman,'" said Gary Grant, vice president for development and university relations. "We are very grateful for their support. "The Sykes College of Business is consistently rated as one of the best business schools. In 2015 Business Insider ranked the Sykes College of Business as the seventh best business school value in the country.