Hal Jones Contractor Restoring Marina in Historic St. Augustine, FL

Hal Jones Contractor, a sister company of Vecenergy, is working with the City of St. Augustine, FL to restore the marina that was significantly damaged by hurricanes. They are currently preparing to install new steel piles, rub boards and bumpers. This upgrade will help the marina better withstand any new storms that may impact the…

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White Rock Quarries Serves Aggregate & Asphalt Needs Throughout Florida

As one of the largest producers of limerock aggregates and screenings in Florida, White Rock Quarries ships product throughout the state. Customer service is always a high priority, and White Rock helps to ensure the highest level of service and customer satisfaction with three inbound scales, fast load out times, and six outbound scales. This…

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Ranger Crews Work to Improve Traffic Flow in Central Florida

Ranger Construction, a sister company of Vecenergy, is working with the Central Florida Expressway Authority to remove two bridges on FL-528, and reconstruct the roadway with embankment, limerock, and asphalt. The current work is the construction of the median cross-over to divert traffic for the demolition of the bridge. This requires excavation and embankment followed…

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Sharpe Bros. Works Through Carolina Clay to Widen Roadways

Sharpe Bros., a division of Vecellio & Grogan, continues work on Alamance Church Road in Greensboro, North Carolina. One of many ongoing projects, this includes widening Alamance Church Road, adding a turning lane, sidewalk, upgraded waterline and new storm drainage.  Additional articles include new Hal Jones Contractor projects (also a division of Vecellio & Grogan)…

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V&G Rebuilding Bridge in Florida’s Panhandle

Vecellio & Grogan is rebuilding the U.S. 90 bridge over the Simpson River in Pensacola, FL. The project includes the widening of westbound structure, as well as the complete reconstruction of the eastbound portion of the bridge. Vecenergy and their sub-contractors are working to complete the Portofino terminal at Port Everglades, located near Ft. Lauderdale,…

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Murray Logan Construction Joins the Vecellio Group

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…

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V&G Constructing Seven Miles of Bypass In Richmond County, NC

Vecellio & Grogan is constructing over seven miles of bypass in Rockingham, NC, part of a new four-lane, median-divided freeway (future I-73/I-74 bypass). V&G’s $146-million project includes six box culverts integral to ensuring proper drainage for the new roadway.  Michael Vecellio received a 2021 American Free Enterprise Companion Medal from Palm Beach Atlantic University, which…

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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…

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Pier Replacement Picks Up Pace At JAX Beach; CEO Receives Highway Progress Award

>> Launch 3rd/4th Quarter 2020 VanGuard After permitting issues pushed the job schedule out to sea for several months, construction on Hal Jones’ Jacksonville Beach Pier replacement project got back on track over the summer. The permitting process is designed to ensure that engineering plans and impacts are reviewed and approved by regulatory authorities. Sometimes changes…

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