Archive for October 2000

Ranger Receives “Best In Construction” Award From FTBA

The Florida Transportation Builders Association recently awarded Ranger Construction Industries, Inc., a “2000 Best In Construction Award” for the I-95 and Malabar Road interchange in Brevard County, FL. Ranger Vice President Mark Veillette, Area Manager Pete Scholer, and Superintendent Larry Verk oversaw the Urban Project Award winner. Leware Construction served as the bridge subcontractor.

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Ranger Paves The Way In Palm Beach County — Again

For the second straight year, and the seventh out of the past 10 years, Ranger Construction’s South Division has been awarded the annual repaving contract for Palm Beach County, FL. The contract runs from October 5, 2000 to October 5, 2001 and is for $3.73 million. Unlike most paving contracts, which cover a specific street…

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Doing It Well In Wellington Trace

Ranger South crews recently completed street resurfacing in Wellington Trace. Above and right: Ranger Construction laid a total of 15,000 tons of asphalt in Wellington Trace, a community in Palm Beach County, FL, under a recent contract. Tom Fogleman’s asphalt crew did the excellent work. Bottom: Rake Man Chester Williams and Roller Operator Arions Dotson…

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“A1” Resurfacing Job On A1A

Ranger North recently completed work on a $1.67 million contract for resurfacing 4.5 miles of A1A in Ormond Beach, just north of Daytona Beach in Volusia County, FL. A total of 9,823 metric tons (10,825 standard tons) of asphalt were laid on the project. More than half of the asphalt was Superpave. Work started in…

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The “Price is Right” On Ranger’s Many New Projects

Ranger estimators from all three divisions have been getting the price just right over the past few months, winning contracts at a good rate on a variety of Florida projects. Ranger Central and North have been awarded six new contracts totaling $15.1 million and have submitted the low bid on nine other projects worth $20.5…

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Ranger Flies Salute To Veterans

Ranger Construction’s North Division donated the free use of a crane to hoist the world’s largest POW-MIA (Prisoners of War-Missing In Action) flag during the recent stop of the Traveling Viet Nam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Daytona, FL. The wall is a smaller scale representation of the monument in Washington, D.C.

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