Ranger’s Work For Vecenergy, Among Other Port Everglades Upgrades, Making Way For Larger Ships

Ranger Mechanical Services, a group within Ranger Construction, is working with Vecenergy’s South Florida Petroleum Services to relocate and upgrade Berth 9 fuel offloading infrastructure. The work is part of Port Everglades’ multi-year expansion plans to increase capacity for today’s larger ships.  Port Everglades will expand Slip 1, where the berth is located, so larger…

Vecellio & Grogan Adds South Florida Petroleum Services In Port Everglades

Through South Florida Materials, a division of Vecellio & Grogan, the Vecellio Group has expanded further into the petroleum industry by acquiring the assets and employees of Cliff Berry & Associates, now renamed South Florida Petroleum Services. The business offloads all petroleum products at South Florida’s Port Everglades, as shown in the photo above. Heading…

Vecellio Group’s VanGuard Highlights Design-Build Projects, Mining Updates & Vecenergy’s Recent Additions To Its Port Everglades Fuel Terminal

Vecellio Group’s VanGuard Highlights Design-Build Projects, Mining Updates & Vecenergy’s Recent Additions To Its Port Everglades Fuel Terminal (1st/2nd Quarter 2014) After building a solid reputation over many decades as a high-quality heavy/highway and asphalt contractor, the Vecellio Group’s Ranger Construction is staking its claim as an elite design-build partner as well. The 1st/2nd Quarter 2014…

Team Approach Proves Valuable In Port Everglades Project

Team Approach Proves Valuable In Port Everglades Project Vecenergy-Led Partnership Permits & Builds Rail Facility For Major Oil Company, As Featured In 3rd Quarter 2013 VanGuard (3rd Quarter 2013) Vecenergy is earning a reputation in the energy industry for creative thinking, problem-solving and getting things done, as highlighted in VanGuard, the Vecellio Group’s award-winning publication. The…

Vecenergy’s Port Everglades Terminal In Second Year Of Successful Operation

  Vecenergy’s Port Everglades Terminal In Second Year Of Successful Operation (1st/2nd Quarter 2010) In early 2010 Vecenergy, the Vecellio Group’s energy division, completed the first year of operation at its 1.35-million barrel petroleum terminal at Port Everglades in South Florida. The facility is operated under an exclusive agreement with Valero Energy Corporation. Ranger Construction’s South…

Vecenergy Opens Fuel Terminal In Port Everglades

Vecenergy Opens Fuel Terminal In Port Everglades (1st/2nd Quarter 2009) Above: All systems are “go” — open for business! After finishing construction and testing all systems, Vecenergy has opened a 1.35-million barrel terminal in Port Everglades, Florida, under a lease agreement with Valero. (Photos by Carl Thiemann) Vecenergy — Port Everglades Terminal 1200 SE 32nd St.,…

Ranger South Finishes Site Work For Vecenergy’s Petroleum Terminal At Port Everglades

  Ranger South Finishes Site Work For Vecenergy’s Petroleum Terminal At Port Everglades (4th Quarter 2008) Ranger Construction’s South Division is nearing completion on the site work and paving for Vecenergy’s new petroleum terminal at Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The facility, scheduled to open in February 2009, has 12 storage tanks totaling 1.35 million…

Terminal Work Enters Last Phase At Port Everglades

  Terminal Work Enters Last Phase At Port Everglades (3rd Quarter 2008) Ranger Construction South  is nearing completion on site preparation for Vecenergy’s new fuel terminal at Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The final phase includes all paving work at the facility, which contains 11 petroleum storage tanks totaling 1.35 million barrels (56.7 million gallons)…

Energy Division Plays Integral Role In Transportation Network

Energy Products & Services Meet Regional Transportation Needs (3rd Quarter 2015) Transportation projects are highly visible to the public, so our Group’s heavy/highway operations tend to get the most notice. However, other aspects of the Group are just as important for meeting regional transportation needs. Our energy division, for example, owns and operates petroleum products terminals in…

Vecenergy Secures Land, Permits For Large Port Manatee Terminal

Vecenergy has turned to the Gulf Coast for further expansion into Florida’s terminal market.The Vecellio Group’s energy division opened its first facility, a liquid asphalt terminal, at the Port of Palm Beach in 2004, expanded it to include diesel tanks in 2007, then built a petroleum terminal at Port Everglades, in operation since early 2009.…

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