First home built by W.A. McCree Sr., Autrey residence. Still standing and currently used as a law office.
L.M. Autrey House
108 E. Hillcrest Street
Orlando, FL 32801
McCree incorporated by W.A. McCree Sr.
First office built, American Express Building.
W.A. McCree Jr. joins his father as a partner in McCree.
First bank built, First National Bank of Orlando.
W.A. McCree Jr. goes to serve in World War II.
First church built, First Methodist Church.
First job for Central Florida Blood Bank.
First airport construction, Orlando Airlines.
First hospital construction, Orlando General Hospital.
W.A. McCree Jr. returns home from the War.
W.A McCree Jr. becomes CEO and relocates office to Princeton location.
McCree main offices built.
First multistory building.
First school project built, Pinecastle Elementary.
First warehouse built, Robertson Warehouse.
A.G. (Bert) McCree, AIA becomes McCree’s first architect and begins design-build.
First Sports Stadium built: Tangerine Bowl Addition.
Bert McCree becomes President.
First tilt-up project, Ivey’s Distribution Center.
Richard McCree Sr. joins McCree.
Tom Griffin joins McCree.
W.A. McCree Jr. retires, Bert McCree becomes CEO.
First fire station designed and built.
Largest multi-story office building designed and built by one firm in Orlando, Martin Marietta Data Systems 7-story office building.
Joe O. Robertson joins McCree.
Richard T. McCree Sr. named President.
First multi-use retail center designed and built in Orlando, Mercado Festival Marketplace.
First Sound Stage Designed & Built, Chapman Leonard Studios in Orlando.
First co-generation facility designed and built.
Established relationship with First Presbyterian Church of Orlando.
Established relationship with The Golf Channel.
Bert McCree retires.
Richard T. McCree Jr. joins McCree.
McCree creates prototypical school design to ease school overcrowding.
Established relationship with Pineloch Management.
Designed and Built over 1 million square feet.
First veterinary clinic designed and built, Affiliated Veterinary Services.
Richard T. McCree Jr. named President.
First City Hall built, Clermont.
McCree begins work with Physicians Associates.
Richard T. McCree Jr. becomes CEO.
Richard T. McCree Sr. named Chairman.
Cindy McCree-Bodine joins McCree.
McCree acquires wall plant facility.
McCree designs and builds four fire stations.
McCree reaches $75 million in revenue.
5 LEED Accredited Professionals (Richard McCree Jr, Michael Waldrop, Tom Griffin, Alan Jewell, Bill Worrell).
First LEED Certified building, Fire Station #15.
Completed Florida’s first LEED-Silver Fire Station for the City of Orlando, Fire Station #7
Completes Winter Haven Fire Safety Complex
McCree celebrates 85th Anniversary