Community Involvement Takes Place “Where The Rubber Meets The Road”

Bay Hill Estates is just one of many private Florida communities that recently turned to Ranger for its asphalt resurfacing needs.

Bay Hill Estates is just one of many private Florida communities that recently turned to Ranger for its asphalt resurfacing needs.

For homeowners, the rubber meets the road at the end of the driveway, often on roadways maintained by local homeowners’ associations. Paving these neighborhood streets requires a high level of performance, because the associations – and the residents they represent – are especially sensitive to the quality of work on the other side of the curb from their front yards.

In communities throughout Florida,Ranger Construction has built a solid reputation for meeting these high expectations, providing top-quality asphalt milling and resurfacing services in a prompt and courteous manner.

Recent projects include resurfacing over 3,000 sq. yds. of parking lot surface for Atlantis Sherbrook, a subdivision in the City of Atlantis, where Ranger’s Central Division has received numerous roadway resurfacing contracts over the last four years.

The Division also has resurfaced miles of streets in Polo Club at Boca Raton. Earlier this year Ranger crews performed yet another contract for the community, paving roadways in the Wedgwood section.

Also completed recently were a 30,400-sq.-yd. parking area in Lake Worth’s Murry Hills subdivision, two miles of roadway paving in Greenacres’ Buttonwood East community, and 1.3 miles of resurfacing in West Palm Beach’s Land of the Presidents residential area.

RCC-BreakersWest-6531cOn the schedule this fall, Central crews are milling and resurfacing nearly 10 miles of streets for homeowners’ associations in Jupiter, Wellington, Juno Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.

Farther up the coast, Ranger North flexed its work schedule in Daytona Beach to pave the streets and entranceways of Andros Isles, a new DeBartolo apartment complex. The project got underway in July, but work was interrupted when Tropical Storm Fay flooded the area. Not until September was the Ranger crew able to roll the last of the 24,550 sq. yds. of new asphalt.

Ranger North also resurfaced streets in Port Orange Landing, a residential subdivision a few miles south of Daytona Beach. Almost 21,000 sq. yds. of asphalt were laid and rolled in the neighborhood.

In Leesburg, just northwest of Orlando, Ranger was invited in by Pennbrooke Fairways to overlay 870 tons of asphalt on existing pavement. Five streets were paved and rolled in just two days, much to the satisfaction of area residents.

And in the state’s southern reaches, Ranger Construction South has completed a number of neighborhood resurfacing projects in recent months, including work at Boca West, Estada, El Mar and Cypresshead communities.

“The representations made to us for quality of work and completion date were met. I don’t hesitate to recommend Ranger,” said William Raimond, Executive Director of Boca West Master Association.

“I am happy to recommend Ranger to any other communities that are considering the resurfacing of their roads.”

— Ernie Velez, President, Estada Homeowners Association