Archive for January 2003

Work Flows to Ranger’s New Pipe Crews

As one of Florida’s largest heavy/highway contracting firms, Ranger Construction has the equipment, personnel and bonding capacity to handle virtually any size project. But when submitting bids for projects involving large amounts of pipe work, Ranger at times has been hampered by the limited availability of underground subcontractors. “When subcontractors’ schedules are full, it’s hard…

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Ranger Performs Site Development for Wal-Mart Supercenter

  Scraper Operator Bernard Wilson, Grader Operator George Wilson, Jr. (with laser-guided grading system), Roller Operator Lacey Leitner and other Ranger crew members work to meet a fast-track schedule on a Wal-Mart Supercenter site development and paving project in St. Lucie West, located in St. Lucie County.

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Ranger’s I-95 Job In St. Johns County Reaches Halfway Mark

Ranger’s 13.3-mile I-95 widening project in St. Johns County is approximately 50 percent complete. The $33.6 million, 440-day contract includes constructing a new lane and inside shoulder in each direction, milling and resurfacing existing lanes and two rest areas, and making improvements to median drainage. Work on two underpasses is also included in the QC2000-based,…

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New Ranger Contracts Include Widening Of I-4

Ranger North has been awarded a $26 million contract to widen approximately six miles of I-4 in western Osceola County. Ranger will expand the section of interstate highway from four to six lanes, beginning at CR-532 near the Polk/Osceola County line and extending to US-192 in Kissimmee. In addition to building a third lane and…

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