Ranger Completes $105 Million SR-414 Project

Ranger Completes $105 Million SR-414 Project
(1st/2nd Quarter 2009)

A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the opening of a 2.7-mile, Ranger-built section of SR-414.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the opening of a 2.7-mile, Ranger-built section of SR-414, shown in part below.

Ranger completes $105 million SR-414 project, a portion of which is shown here.

Ranger Construction’s North Division has completed the company’s largest project to date, construction of a 2.7-mile elevated section of SR-414/John Land Apopka Expressway in Orange County, Florida.

Valued at more than $105 million, the contract included moving and grading three million cu. yds. of earth and building 23 sections of reinforced earth wall reaching as high as 60 ft.

A grand opening celebration held in February featured a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a 5K run to benefit charity. The new roadway, in conjunction with an adjoining section due for completion later this year by another contractor, will provide a more direct link between SR-429 (the Western Beltway) and US-441 north of Orlando.

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