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Mr. Daniel J. Buhs

President and Chief Executive Officer

Vanderbilt Bay Construction , Inc.

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Vanderbilt Bay Construction , Inc.

2224 TRADE CENTER WAY

NAPLES, Florida 34109

United States

Company Description

Vanderbilt Bay Construction, Inc. are general contractors and construction managers specializing commercial construction company in Naples, Florida with a focus on quality control for efficient and accurate construction. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Construction Manager

Port of the Islands

Affiliations

Board Member
Estuary Conservation Association Inc

Board Member
FIRST AMERICAN BOARD

Board Member
Pelican Bay Rotary Club

Founder
VBC

Web References (10 Total References)


Charlotte Desoto Building Industry Association - Member Directory

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Vanderbilt Bay Construction, Inc., Daniel Buhs 2224 Trade Center Way, Naples, FL 34109 dbuhs@vbcnaples.com


Gulfshore Business

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BUHS JOINS FIRST AMERICAN BOARD >>First American Bank (www.bankfirstamerican.com) has appointed Daniel J. Buhs, president and CEO of Naples-based Vanderbilt Bay Construction, to its board of advisors.


Developer won't be charged with destroying burrows

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Daniel Buhs, owner of Vanderbilt Bay Construction Inc., is off the hook after a five-month investigation.

"It's not going to be Buhs just because we didn't have enough evidence to proceed against him," Stone said."But charges could be served against others."
...
Buhs and Saco could not be reached for comment.
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Buhs sought to reduce his $22,000 fine at a July 9 meeting of the Marco Island Code Enforcement Board.
But in a presentation that lasted just two minutes - long enough for city environmental specialist Nancy Richie to present evidence against Buhs - the board voted unanimously to keep the fine in place.
...
Buhs didn't attend the meeting to defend himself or his employees' actions when they began developing a lot at 839 Newell Terrace, located in Marco's elite Estates area.
The excavation resulted in 14 city code citations - 10 for disturbing or removing protected species or habitat and others for failing to follow procedures for a property with protected species on site, removing an active burrow without proper state permits, failing to post state permits on site during construction and failing to ob tain a building permit.
An excavation supervised by city officials and state wildlife officers days after the incident showed 15 burrows were on the lot, 12 of which were active, but no tortoises were found.
Gopher tortoises are protected by state guidelines that list the reptiles as a species of special concern.Property owners must obtain state permits to relocate or remove burrows before developing land.
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That information included a June 20 letter from Buhs that offered eight reasons the fines should be reduced:
He received a permit to excavate the lot.
A building permit was approved but hadn't been picked up from City Hall.
A state permit to remove the gopher tortoise burrows was issued but hadn't been received.
...
A day after that meeting, Richie - who remained silent as Buhs asked for the reduced fine - countered his arguments in a memo distributed to code enforcement board members.
...
Buhs received less than maximum fines from the board at his February hearing.Under city code, he faced a maximum fine of $71,000 for the 14 violations, equal to $5,000 per violation plus a $1,000 administrative fee.The fine was reduced to $1,500 per violation, plus the $1,000 administrative fee.
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Developer denied reprieve from $22,000 fine for destroying gopher tortoise burrows

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Daniel Buhs, owner of Vanderbilt Bay Construction Inc., asked for the reduction June 11, and board members agreed to consider the request.

But in a presentation that lasted just two minutes Tuesday night - long enough for city Environmental Specialist Nancy Richie to present evidence against Buhs - the board voted unanimously to keep the fine in place.
...
Buhs didn't attend the meeting to defend himself or his employees' actions when they began developing a lot at 839 Newell Terrace, located in Marco's elite estates area.
The excavation resulted in 14 city code citations - 10 for disturbing or removing protected species or habitat and others for failure to follow procedures for a property with protected species on site, removing an active burrow without proper state permits, failure to post state permits on-site during construction, and failure to obtain a building permit.
An excavation supervised by city officials and state wildlife officers days after the incident showed 15 burrows were on the lot, 12 of which were active, but no tortoises were found.
Gopher tortoises are protected by state guidelines that list the reptiles as a species of special concern.Property owners must obtain state permits to relocate or remove burrows before developing land.
...
That information included a June 20 letter from Buhs that offered eight reasons the fines should be reduced:
He received a permit to excavate the lot. A building permit was approved but hadn't been picked up from City Hall. A state permit to remove the gopher tortoise burrows was issued but hadn't been received.
...
Buhs was told by city officials he didn't need an attorney for his first code violation hearing in February. He never received paperwork to file an appeal or request a new hearing.
A day after the June 11 meeting, Richie - who remained silent as Buhs asked for a reduced fine that day - countered his arguments in a memo distributed to members of the code enforcement board.
...
Buhs received less than maximum fines from the board at the prior hearing.Under city code, he faced a maximum fine of $71,000 for the 14 violations, equal to $5,000 per violation plus a $1,000 administrative fee.The fine was reduced to $1,500 per violation, plus the $1,000 administrative fee, for a total of $22,000.


Developer denied reprieve from $22,000 fine for destroying gopher tortoise burrows

www.naplesnews.com [cached]

Daniel Buhs, owner of Vanderbilt Bay Construction Inc., asked for the reduction June 11, and board members agreed to consider the request.

But in a presentation that lasted just two minutes Tuesday night - long enough for city Environmental Specialist Nancy Richie to present evidence against Buhs - the board voted unanimously to keep the fine in place.
...
Buhs didn't attend the meeting to defend himself or his employees' actions when they began developing a lot at 839 Newell Terrace, located in Marco's elite estates area.
The excavation resulted in 14 city code citations - 10 for disturbing or removing protected species or habitat and others for failure to follow procedures for a property with protected species on site, removing an active burrow without proper state permits, failure to post state permits on-site during construction, and failure to obtain a building permit.
An excavation supervised by city officials and state wildlife officers days after the incident showed 15 burrows were on the lot, 12 of which were active, but no tortoises were found.
Gopher tortoises are protected by state guidelines that list the reptiles as a species of special concern.Property owners must obtain state permits to relocate or remove burrows before developing land.
...
That information included a June 20 letter from Buhs that offered eight reasons the fines should be reduced:
He received a permit to excavate the lot. A building permit was approved but hadn't been picked up from City Hall. A state permit to remove the gopher tortoise burrows was issued but hadn't been received.
...
Buhs was told by city officials he didn't need an attorney for his first code violation hearing in February. He never received paperwork to file an appeal or request a new hearing.
A day after the June 11 meeting, Richie - who remained silent as Buhs asked for a reduced fine that day - countered his arguments in a memo distributed to members of the code enforcement board.
...
Buhs received less than maximum fines from the board at the prior hearing.Under city code, he faced a maximum fine of $71,000 for the 14 violations, equal to $5,000 per violation plus a $1,000 administrative fee.The fine was reduced to $1,500 per violation, plus the $1,000 administrative fee, for a total of $22,000.

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