Archive for January 2005

DOT Jobs Make Up Bulk Of Ranger Work

Florida’s Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded Ranger Construction a $7.8 million contract to mill and resurface SR-802 (Lake Worth Rd.) in Lake Worth, FL. The contract covers more than three miles of six-lane roadway. Ranger also has received a contract worth $3.1 million to pave selected roadways in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River…

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Vecellio Group Moves Up In ENR Rankings

Vecellio Group, Inc., parent company of Ranger Construction Industries, Inc., has moved up 27 spots in Engineering News-Record’s annual ranking of the country’s largest contractors by revenue, jumping from 153rd to 126th on the latest list. The group enjoyed its best results ever in 2004, with solid revenues on all fronts and expanded operations at several…

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Ranger Construction Repairs Plant Damage After Emergency Road Work

There’s never a great time to shut down a busy asphalt plant for repairs. But when it’s hurricane wind damage and another season is approaching, you do it anyway. Last year’s hurricanes damaged the outer panels on the storage silos and mixing drum at Ranger Construction’s Fort Pierce, FL, plant. But busy production schedules —…

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Ranger Tees Up Work In Southern CA

Ranger Golf is constructing two new golf courses and performing major improvements at a third, all in Southern California. The two new courses are located in Corona. Dos Lagos is an 18-hole course for Temescal Canyon Properties-8. Designed by Matt Dye, Dos Lagos will play at about 7,000 yards and is scheduled for completion this…

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