W. SHARP, Judge.
Schopke Construction & Engineering, Inc., and its surety, the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, appeal from a non-final order entered by the trial court which denied Schopke's motion to compel arbitration of a dispute which arose out of the performance of a construction subcontract. We have jurisdiction
The subcontract between Schopke and Newham provided for arbitration of disputes arising out of or related to the subcontract:
Attachment "A" of the subcontract agreement also provides that:
The court below held that the mechanic's lien law specifically provides a remedy outside of the arbitration agreement for these claims. However, arbitration provisions in contract disputes such as this are enforceable. See, e.g., Genstar Southern Development Corporation v. Troup Brothers, Inc., 396 So.2d 211 (Fla. 3d DCA 1981) (claim of lien filed to secure the debt while amount of the debt to be determined by arbitration); William Passalacqua Builders, Inc. v. Mayfair House Association, Inc., 395 So.2d 1171 (Fla. 4th DCA 1981) (contract provisions for arbitration of all claims, disputes or other matters arising out of or relating to a construction contract are enforceable in accordance with the Florida Arbitration Code). In its brief filed in this appeal, Newham agrees that Lake Plumbing v. Seabreeze Construction Corporation, 493 So.2d 1100 (Fla. 2d DCA 1986) is controlling. That case involved an identical arbitration provision and the court ruled it required arbitration between the contractor and subcontractor. Accordingly, Newham "consents" to the relief requested by Schopke. We shall oblige.
The order appealed in this cause is reversed and this cause is remanded for further proceedings consistent with Lake Plumbing.
REVERSED and REMANDED.
GOSHORN, C.J., and DIAMANTIS, J., concur.