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Archive for July 2001

Ranger Teams Up For I-4 Design/Build Project

Ranger Construction has been awarded the subcontract to mill and resurface I-4 from SR-528 to SR-535 in Orange County. The team for the design/build project consists of Jones Brothers, HNTB and Ranger. Ranger will have 400 days, starting in October, to complete its work, which will be performed at night. In another project expected to…

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Melbourne Airport, Melbourne, FL

Top: (L to R) Steve Skubal, Don Henry, Eddie Martin, and Dave Owens review the electronic paver controls with equipment representative David Howard at the Melbourne Airport job. Bottom: Chris Brunson runs the paver, Harry Cobb sets the screed, and Ira Mitchell and Nate Stokes prepare for lute and shovel work.

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Indian River County Yields Three New Large Projects

Ranger picked up three new large projects in Indian River County recently. Topping the list is a three-mile milling and resurfacing job on SR-A1A. The contract provides 500 calendar days for completion, with an early-finish bonus. The project includes major drainage work. Starting in September is a one-mile total reconstruction project on 27th Avenue, also…

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Keller Road – Maitland, FL

Left: As the paver repositions for another pass in front of an office complex driveway, Ranger crew members pitch in doing the hand work. L to R are Rene Molina, George Giddens, Angie Davis, Mary Kia Rogers, Foreman Chris Gardner, Dave Owens, Miguel Diaz, Craig Harpe and Zachariah Banton. The Keller Rd. paving work started…

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Ranger Helps University Reach Its “Goooaaall!”

When Northwood University in West Palm Beach needed a new soccer field, they turned to Ranger Construction. Ranger provided the educational facility with a first-class field and contributed part of the cost to boot. The soccer teams, in return, kicked in and presented Ranger with an autographed photograph of the groundbreaking ceremonies as an expression…

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I-95 & SR-712 · Ft. Pierce, FL

Improvements to the I-95 interchange at SR-712 (Midway Rd.) in Ft. Pierce included milling between the entrance/exit ramps on Midway Rd. Left: A Ranger truck stays ahead of the milling machine, operated by Don Cockrill. Right: Lowboy Driver Curtis Feagins chains down a tractor broom prior to transport.

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SR-608 (Airport Rd.) · Ft. Pierce, FL

Right: Tying in to a side road on the SR-608 (Airport Rd.) reconstruction project in St. Lucie County are, from left to right, Foreman Johnny Green, Sr., Arthur Pettigrew, Johnny Green, Jr., and Rufus Robertson. Operating the paver is Fernando Reis.

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New Work Includes Service Plaza Project

The Florida Turnpike accommodates a high volume of traffic each day, as do the service plazas located within the limited-access toll road. So it’s not unusual that Ranger has approximately 10 months to reconstruct the parking lot at the Palm Beach County plaza. The job must be done in phases to allow the constant flow…

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SR-100 and SR-11 · Flagler County, FL

Bottom left: Dozer Operator Wiley Thomas levels dirt during the construction of a “reinforced earth” ramp for GC Leware Construction on the SR-100 bridges project near Bunnell in Flagler County. Bottom right: Not far from the SR-100 job is another Leware job, SR-11, where a seven-mile stretch was closed for the construction of three bridges and…

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Training Programs Ensure Environmentally Responsible Construction

Ranger Construction, along with all the Vecellio Group companies, is committed to operating its facilities and construction projects in an environmentally responsible manner. As part of an ongoing training process, personnel at each company and division are trained in construction methods and procedures that meet or exceed applicable local, state and federal regulations. For example,…

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