PRESIDENT & FOUNDER
A specialty floor and wall contractor in South Florida since 1984, Eloise Gonzalez is a native of Miami, and a pioneer in South Florida’s movement to secure Construction dollars to Women Entrepreneurs.
Ms. Gonzalez attended Miami Dade College. After earning a degree in Building Construction, she started CIC Corp during her Junior Year at the University of Miami, where she graduated with a degree in Business Administration.
Ms. Gonzalez has been involved in landmark projects such as the American Airlines Arena, CocoWalk and the Performing Arts Center. She was also involved in the Miami International Airport North Terminal (the largest Airport project in the world), Lawson Courthouse, the MIA Mover and the Marlins Stadium. However, the reconstruction of Haiti’s Airport, within weeks after the devastating earthquake, is her badge of honor.
Ms. Gonzalez was inducted into the Miami Dade College Hall of Fame in 2010. She has been an EO Entrepreneur Organization member since 2000 and has chaired and mentored its Accelerator Program since its inception. She is also a member of The Commonwealth Institute and a board member of the Miami Dade College Idea Center.
Ms. Gonzalez lives in Miami and is the proud mother of two grown children - Frank, her business partner, and Ledah, a law school student.
University of Miami
B.A., Business Administration - Construction, Class of 1985
Miami Dade College
A.A., Building Construction, Class of 1982