Murray Logan Construction became the newest member of the Vecellio Group in the last quarter of 2021. The heavy and marine construction company was founded in 1968 by Murray D. Logan, and is currently building a pump station in western Palm Beach County.
South Florida Petroleum Services (SFPS), part of the Vecenergy group, has completed work on Berth 9 in Port Everglades, and is working on Berths 7 and 13. All customer pipes should be on racks by mid-2023, at which time SFPS will begin replacing the sea wall, widening the berth, and dredging the ocean floor to allow access by larger ships.
Also featured in this issue of VanGuard, the Vecellio Group’s award-winning newsmagazine, are an overview of projects around the Group, along with the latest on our Safety Programs and more.
Click the cover image or links below for articles and photos about the companies, divisions and dedicated workforce of the Vecellio Group. Operations include Vecellio & Grogan and its Sharpe Bros. and Hal Jones Contractor divisions, Murray Logan Construction, Ranger Construction, and White Rock Quarries. The Group also includes Vecenergy, its energy division (South Florida Materials Corp., South Florida Petroleum Services, and Vecenergy’s petroleum products terminals in Florida, Georgia and Alabama).
- Rising Costs Must Never Lead to Cutting Corners (A Word From Leo A. Vecellio, Jr.)
- Hal Jones Provides Quick Emergency Bridge Repair
- Jacksonville Beach Pier & Times Union Projects Nearly Complete
- Progress Continues on Vecenergy Port Everglades Projects
- Ranger Restoring Wetlands to Ensure Wildlife Survival
- Ranger Completes Road Realignment Project
- Vecellio & Grogan Ramps Up in the Second Quarter
- Sharpe Crews Take to the Streets After Winter Season
- Vecellio Group Celebrates Safety on “Go Orange Day”
- Supervisor Safety Awards Recognize Crew Leadership
- White Rock Quarries Continues as Top Producer
- Vecellio & Grogan Managers Meeting Sets the Stage for 2022
- Retirements, In Memoriam, New Hires, Promotions
- South Florida Operations Earn Safety Awards