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Archive for July 2000

Leo A. Vecellio, Jr. Elected To ARTBA and CAWV Boards of Directors

Third generation contractor Leo A. Vecellio, Jr. has been elected to a three-year term on the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Board of Directors. Mr. Vecellio also was recently elected to serve on the Construction Association of West Virginia (CAWV) Board. Mr. Vecellio is President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of the…

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Ranger Resurfaces and Extends Runway at Palm Beach International Airport

Ranger Construction recently completed an $8.6 million runway resurfacing and expansion project at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida. Ranger milled and repaved Runway 9L-27R, the airport’s main east-west corridor, as well as added 2,000 feet to its overall length – 1,200 feet on the west end and 800 on the east.…

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Lake Worth Roundabout Smooths Traffic Flow

Ranger Construction recently finished building this traffic-calming roundabout on Lake Worth Road. The roundabout smoothly flows traffic into and out of the newly redeveloped downtown Lake Worth area in eastern Palm Beach County.

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Ranger Upgrading S.R. 472/I-4 Interchange In Deltona

Work is progressing well on the I-4/S.R. 472 interchange project in Deltona, Florida. Ranger North crews are upgrading the existing I-4 exit and extending it to connect to nearby Howland Boulevard. The project includes reconfiguring the exit ramps, modifying the existing bridge, and constructing a new two-lane bridge. The job was begun in August 1999…

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State Awards Ranger Contract To Upgrade 1.5 Miles of SR-806 (West Atlantic Ave.) In Delray Beach

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has awarded a $2.35 million contract to West Palm Beach-based Ranger Construction Industries, Inc. to resurface approximately 1.5 miles of West Atlantic Avenue (SR 806) in Delray Beach. The contract includes slightly widening the lanes, adding shoulders, curbs and sidewalks on each side of the road, and making improvements…

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Cecil Howard Retires After 43 Years

After 43 years of service, Cecil Howard is hanging up his hard hat. He began his career with Ranger Construction Industries, Inc. as part of the acquisition of Rubin Construction. During his 20-plus years with Rubin, Cecil had progressed from operating an S-7 Euclid on the Palm Springs subdivision project to operating a loader for…

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Jo Moore Speaks At Environmental Conference

Jo Moore, Environmental Compliance Coordinator for Ranger Construction, was a guest speaker at the fourth annual Florida Pollution Prevention Conference, held in Clearwater on June 7-9.

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Ranger Prepping 380 Acres at Isles of Wellington In Palm Beach County

From the cab of his backhoe, Ranger equipment operator Nicolas Gullion doesn’t see acre upon acre of shapeless dirt. As he scoops another bucketful and swivels to a waiting truck, he sees a large, tranquil lake surrounded by beautiful homes in the new Isles of Wellington subdivision in Palm Beach County. That vision, shared by…

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Ranger Right At Home With Depot Site Work

Ranger Construction continues its strong commitment to the private sector with a number of recent projects, including this site work for a new Home Depot in DeBary. During the earthmoving phase, Supervisor Rodney West used a new 460-h.p. New Holland 9684 tractor pulling two agricultural pans with a capacity of 14-16 cubic yards each. West…

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Ranger Completes Speedway Truckstop Site In Just Six Months

When Speedway decided to build a new truckstop in Ft. Pierce, then wanted construction to move fast. General contractor W. H. Bass of Norcross, Georgia, was aware of Ranger’s reputation for delivering a high quality product on time and within budget. So when the subcontract for site preparation was awarded last June, it was no…

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