Archive for July 2006

Ranger North Winds Down On Several Major Roadway Projects

A number of substantial Florida highway projects at Ranger North are nearing completion or have been completed recently. The division’s I-4 widening job in Volusia County, which used computerized lift-and-move bridge-replacement technology, is progressing smoothly and should be completed on schedule in early 2007. Excellent progress is also being made on a $19 million federally…

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Ranger Reconstructs US-27 In Clermont, Florida

Project Superintendent Michael Andreponte talks with Loader Operator Pedro Farias (OJT Program) while reconstructing a section of US-27, just south of SR-50 in Clermont, FL. “Big Nick” Bisono operates a scraper on the project. Grader Operator Cash Moore levels the material to build up the road base. Finish Grader Operator Ira Wilson cuts the material…

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Resurfacing Contract Tops New Work At Ranger Central

Ranger Central has been awarded the annual contract for improving roadways in Palm Beach County for the fourth year in a row. From November 2006 through October 2007, Ranger will mill and resurface numerous roadways throughout the county. The contract value is more than $4 million and will require about 60,000 tons of asphalt. Ranger…

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41st St. Improvements • Vero Beach, Florida

A Ranger Construction pipe crew on a recent project in Vero Beach, FL, included, from the left, Demango Reyes, C.W. Smith, Mike White (operating the excavator), James Phillips and Ricky Angel. Not shown is Pipe Foreman Johnny Brewer. The project involved improvements to 41st Street in Vero Beach, FL.

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