Ranger Projects Recognized With
Six Quality In Construction Awards
(1st/2nd Quarter 2009)
NAPA awarded “Quality In Construction” awards to Ranger Construction for six projects, including US-27/SR-25 reconstruction in Lake County, Florida (above) and Turnpike widening in Palm Beach County, Florida (below), which included creating Open Road Tolling (ORT) lanes at the Lantana Toll Plaza. (Photos by Bret Smith & Alejandro Uribe)
Every contractor claims to provide Quality In Construction for its customers. Ranger Construction has the awards to prove it.
Adding to the numerous accolades Ranger has received over the years, the National Asphalt Pavement Association recently honored the company with six Quality In Construction awards for its work in 2008.
Rangers North Division earned three awards, two for US-27/SR-25 projects involving widening, milling and resurfacing, and one for a difficult mill-and-repave job on SR-33. All three projects were located in Lake County.
In Palm Beach County, the Central Division earned three awards as well, two for substantial improvements to Floridas Turnpike, while a third recognized a superior milling and resurfacing job on SR-708/Blue Heron Boulevard.
On the Turnpike, Ranger milled and resurfaced two sections totaling 13 miles using a PaveSmart grade
control system. Crews also built ORT (open road tolling) lanes at the Lantana Toll Plaza and widened a seven-mile section extending south from the plaza.
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