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4th Quarter 2017 Newsmagazine of the

A Top 400 Contractor

The Vecellio Group

“A Tradition Of Excellence Since 1938”

www.VecellioGroup.com

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In This Issue: ‘Stand Down’ Events Emphasize Zero-Accident Safety Culture . . . . . 2 A Word from Leo Vecellio, Jr.. . . . . 2 ‘Lights, Camera, Asphalt!’ Ranger Helps NAPA Produce Safety Video. . . 2 Ranger Publishes Pocket-Sized Safety Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 US-27/FL-25 Project In Central FL Heading For Early Completion . . . . 3 Private Paving Includes FedEx Site. . . 3 ‘Through The Lens’ Vecellio & Grogan • I-81 Bridge, Radford, VA. . . . . . . . . . 4 Widening Progresses On US-221, US-321 Near Blue Ridge Mountains . . 5 V&G On Fast Track To Improve I-26 Interchange Near Columbus, NC . . 5 Sharpe Bros. Finishes High Point Rd., US-311 Paving, Earns Contract To Resurface 24 Miles Of US-29. . . . . . 5 Fourteen Employees Celebrate Career Milestones In 2017. . . . . . . 6-7 Employees With Five Or More Years Of Service Recognized. . . . . 8-9 Quarry Leaves No Stone Unturned In Quest For Safety & Efficiency. . . 9

Photo by Carl Thiemann

Smile! You’re On Vecellio Group Camera. . . . . . . 9, 10

‘Stand Down’ Events Zero In On Safety Page 2 High-Quality Construction & Materials

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Heavy/highway and bridge construction, drainage and site development throughout the mid-Atlantic states and beyond in the eastern U.S.

Grading, utilities and asphalt paving/resurfacing in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina. A division of Vecellio & Grogan.

Promotions, New Hires, Retirements, In Memoriam, and Other Personnel News & Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Ranger Improves Florida Turnpike Access at Glades Road In Boca. . . 12 Vecellio Group Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Energy Services & Products

Heavy/highway contracting, site development, and asphalt paving/resurfacing across central and southeastern Florida.

DOT-certified limerock aggregates and screenings. Located in Miami, Florida, White Rock is one of the top producers in the U.S.

Petroleum products terminals and related services in multiple U.S. locations. Total capacity exceeds two million barrels.


Photos by Carl Thiemann and Patrick Drane

Left: Vecellio Group VP of Safety & Risk Mark Ligon addresses the crowd. In checkered short sleeve shirt is Tim McGrath of Travelers, who also spoke. Right: Guest speaker Brad Gardner describes a typical work shift gone terribly wrong, the result of multiple “dominoes” falling that could have been prevented. His wife, Delores, talked about the devastating effects workplace accidents have on spouses and family members.

‘Stand Down’ Events Zero In On Safety

14 Employees Celebrate Service Awards In 2017; Vecenergy Tops In Safety Congratulations to this year’s service award recipients! We have 14 employees, with 330 total years of service, recognized on pages 6 and 7.

A Word From Leo A. Vecellio, Jr.

We sincerely appreciate the hard Vecellio Group, Inc. Chairman, CEO work and dedica& President tion of our family of employees. Our Group’s success depends on us all working together to achieve our goals, while keeping ourselves, each other, and the public safe at all times. Speaking of safety, I’d like to commend Vecenergy, our energy division, for continuing to lead the pack with its impressive safety record. We appreciate everyone’s efforts to work the safe way, every day! 2

Making sure the point wasn’t missed, a guest speaker delivered a gut-wrenching personal account of the importance of everyone taking responsibility and doing their part. The half-day events were held near Ranger’s West Palm Beach and Winter Garden offices on back-to-back days, using expo and conference halls large enough to accommodate the company’s hundreds of employees, who also received safety gift bags, raffled prizes and catered lunches.

Ranger Crew Participates In NAPA Safety Video It was “Lights, Camera, Asphalt!” on a Ranger Construction paving job in Miami-Dade County recently. The company participated in a video production sponsored by the National Asphalt Pavement Association to promote roadway safety. An asphalt crew led by Foreman Jose Treminio was filmed while paving US-27, with an actor performing the close-ups and reaction shots.

A Ranger crew led by Foreman John Parker is doing site work for a new hotel in Dania, FL. After clearing the trees, unsuitable foundation soil was replaced with aggregate materials.

Camera ready: A Ranger crew did more than just pave a section of US-27 in Miami-Dade County recently. The job was the scene of a video production sponsored by NAPA to promote roadway safety. In the cab is an actor brought in for close-ups and reaction shots.

Safety Handbook Provides Pocket-Sized Reference Tool To help employees “do the right thing” and stay safe, Ranger Construction has prepared, published and distributed to workers a pocket-sized, well-organized guide covering the proper safety procedures for a wide range of workplace situations.

Mike Scarborough Becomes Safety Certified

Mike Scarborough, one of Ranger’s Safety Directors, has earned his Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals, a credential sponsored by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s Foundation.

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Photo courtesy of NAPA

In a humorous but pointed demonstration, later revealed to have a serious real-life backstory, two Ranger employees try their hand at a simple, everyday task while simulating being “disabled” from a hypothetical workplace accident.

You know a topic is serious when a company shuts down its entire operations to talk about it. Ranger Construction recently held a mandatory “Safety Stand Down” for each of its two Florida divisions. Presentations included reminders on workplace harassment policy and social media guidelines, but the primary message of the day was clear: Ranger is serious about developing and maintaining a zero-accident culture.


With Earthwork Winding Down, US-27 Job Heading For Early Completion In Central FL side to rebuild that base. The latter work was started just after the storm, minimizing hurricane clean up and repair. FDOT allowed a schedule adjustment to cover the mandated emergency shutdown period, but Ranger has more than made up the down time and now anticipates finishing the project several months ahead of schedule.

Photos by Carl Thiemann

Maybe there isn’t a “good” time for a hurricane to blow through a road construction project, but in a fortuitous case of timing, Ranger’s US-27/FL-25 widening project west of Orlando was at an optimal point in the schedule when Hurricane Irma paid a call in September, causing only a short delay and allowing the company to continue toward its goal of an early finish in 2018. The six-mile, $37.5-million project involves substantial excavation and grading work to transform an aging four-lane road into a six-lane thoroughfare, but very little exposed earth was actually threatened by Irma’s powerful wind and rains. The company had already built one side of the new roadway, including the asphalt, but hadn’t yet removed the old asphalt from the other

This page: Photos taken in October 2017 on Ranger’s US-27/FL-25 widening project in central Florida show the substantial amount of excavation and grading work that was spared, by just a few weeks, the wrath of Hurricane Irma.

FedEx Warehouse Facility

Photo courtesy of Redland Construction

Ranger’s recent private-sector work includes paving for a FedEx facility (below), and an NBC Telemundo television station, both in Miami, as a subcontractor to Redland Construction.

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Left: Tony Buchanon and Sam Barnes prepare a liner that will simulate stone work on a bridge pier. Above: Andy Furbush meets with crew members to discuss the day’s work. Above right: Joe Phillips grinds a piece of H-beam.

Through The Lens

I-81 Bridge • Radford, VA

Left: Duane “J.R.” Pannell operates a wheel loader equipped with forks to move H-beams. Right: Jack “Flash” Handy is safely tied off in a lift basket as he reviews work on a bridge pier form. Below: Existing I-81 bridges and a temporary work platform are reflected in the New River. In the foreground is a turbidity barrier.

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Photos by Carl Thiemann

Vecellio & Grogan is replacing an I-81 bridge over New River near Radford, VA. The $48 million contract also involves interchange reconstruction at Route 232.


Widening Progresses On US-221, US-321 In Western NC

Photos by John Riley, Jr.

As Vecellio & Grogan finishes the northern section of a US-321 widening project in Blowing Rock, NC (right), and pushes toward completion of the job’s southern end, the company is also clearing land for four miles of US-221 widening in Ashe County (above). Both projects are near the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwestern part of the state.

Vecellio & Grogan On Fast Track To Complete I-26 Project In NC Right out of the gate, Vecellio & Grogan was a natural fit for a high-priority I-26 improvement project near Columbus, NC. With its reputation for tackling tough projects and accommodating tight schedules, V&G’s low bid of $19 million was readily accepted as part of a fast-track strategy to have US-74 interchange upgrades substantially completed before the World Equestrian Games are held nearby in September 2018. V&G’s work involves widening and repaving along the existing I-26/US-74 interchange alignment, but also constructing a more efficient connector road between the two major highways.

To accommodate this, two small bridges will be built. Stream relocation and several mechanically stabilized earth walls are also included. Finishing a major project less than a year after receiving the contract will require V&G to work multiple shifts and coordinate overlapping construction activities, all while keeping a close eye on the finish line. The company is already setting a good pace. Expected to draw an estimated 500,000 horse lovers, the games will be held over several weeks at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring.

After High Point Rd., US-311, Sharpe Begins Repaving US-29

Photos by John Riley, Jr.

Sharpe Bros., a Vecellio & Grogan division operating in the Greensboro, NC, area, recently completed improvements to High Point Road (below) and US-311 (right). In new work, the company received a $4.9 million contract to resurface 24 miles of US-29 in Rockingham County.

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Vecellio Group Honors 14 Service Award Recipients In 2017

Congratulations to the recipients of the Vecellio Group’s 2017 Service Awards! Please take a few moments to read about the significant contributions this year’s honorees have made to the Group’s success. Commemorative gifts included a Rolex watch to mark 40 years of service, diamond rings with company logo for 30 years of service, and engraved plaques and Bose stereo systems to commemorate 20 years of service. DAVID MULLENS • 40 YEARS WELDER / MECHANIC VECELLIO & GROGAN*

David Mullens joined Vecellio & Grogan’s team in 1977, fresh out of high school and after a year of Vo-Tech training. He began as a welder in the shop, which later become known as Beckley Equipment Repair. David’s proficiency with handling complex assignments has only improved over time, earning him his most recent promotion to Welder/Mechanic in 2017. David is meticulous and precise, and his skill set is broad. Whether it is line-boring, fabricating tools or rebuilding equipment components, he excels. He is known as someone who can “build anything.” When given a blueprint, David can be trusted to produce accurate and top-notch work. His skill and dependability make him an integral part of the shop team.

CHARLES CARBET • 30 YEARS DUMP TRUCK DRIVER RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Charles Carbet has been contributing to the success of Ranger Construction’s south Florida operations since 1987. He has been consistently recognized by his supervisors as a hardworking, loyal and dependable employee who will do whatever it takes to get the job done right. As a skilled Dump Truck Driver, Charles works safely and efficiently while displaying a high level of professionalism, consistently observing all traffic laws and regulations. His positive attitude, excellent work ethic and commitment to safety set a good example for his co-workers.

We are also proud to recognize all employees with five or more years of service on pages 8 and 9. We greatly appreciate everyone’s hard work and dedication!

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GERALD DILORENZO • 30 YEARS SHOP / FLEET & ASSET MANAGER VECELLIO & GROGAN*

Gerald “Jerry” DiLorenzo came to Vecellio & Grogan in 1987 as a Tractor Trailer Driver and Mechanic, hauling equipment to and from projects in West Virginia and surrounding states. In 1994, he became Assistant Foreman of the shop, which in later years became known as Beckley Equipment Repair. He also helped at White Rock Quarries in south Florida, spending part of a year managing a temporary crew. With his knowledge of equipment repair, safety focus and managerial skills, Jerry was promoted to Shop Foreman in 2006, and to Fleet & Asset Manager in 2011, a position he continues to hold. Throughout, he has kept up with advancements in equipment technology to ensure efficient equipment management operation. He also organizes and coordinates the maintenance of various properties in West Virginia. Jerry is known as a “jack-of-all-trades” who leads by example with his dependable attitude and excellent work ethic.

JOHNNY GREEN, SR. • 30 YEARS ASPHALT SUPERINTENDENT RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Johnny Green, Sr., began his career with Ranger as an Asphalt Screed Operator. His knowledge, dedication and strong work ethic led to his promotion to Foreman. Over the years, he became known as a “master of asphalt.” Johnny was recently promoted to Asphalt Superintendent and continues to play a key role in Ranger’s paving operations. As a leader, Johnny plans ahead, anticipates situations and knows how to resolve issues. He spends time and effort helping his crew improve and upgrade their skills. He manages an efficient crew and leads his team in producing high-quality results. He has contributed to a variety of paving projects, both large and small, in south and central Florida.

ROBERT COMBS • 20 YEARS LEAD PERSON IN CHARGE VECENERGY

Robert Combs was hired in 1997 by Cliff Berry Inc., now operating as South Florida Petroleum Services as part of Vecenergy, the Vecellio Group’s energy division. Robert’s many years of experience and knowledge of dock operations earned him the role of Lead Person In Charge. In his leadership role, he has trained many new employees on dock operations. He is dependable, works to a high standard, and stays on top of maintenance and repair issues. Robert has done an excellent job leading his team and enforcing security at the Port waterfront. He takes very seriously his responsibility for the safe transfer of petroleum products from the vessels to the terminals and other storage units. He is well respected by his co-workers and customers.

DAVID DELP • 20 YEARS SURVEY MANAGER / PARTY CHIEF VECELLIO & GROGAN

David Delp came to Vecellio & Grogan in June of 1997 with a good combination of education and experience. Starting as a Survey Crew Chief, he soon earned the role of Project Engineer on multiple large highway & bridge projects, first with the “Smart Road” project in Blacksburg, VA, followed by a Rt. 288 project outside of Richmond, VA. David also spent time working as an Estimator before earning a promotion to Surveying Manager, the position he maintains today. David now oversees V&G’s surveying work on all projects. He is responsible for managing the Company’s fleet of GPS Machine Control Equipment. He also oversees droneaerial mapping work, as he is an FAA Licensed Remote Vehicle (drone) Pilot. David’s work ethic and attention to detail have made him an instrumental part of the team. * and affiliated companies

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MARITZA GONZALEZ • 20 YEARS LOWBOY TRUCK DRIVER RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Maritza Gonzalez was originally hired in 1997 by a Miami-based road contractor that after a series of ownership changes involving APAC and Old Castle, eventually became part of Ranger Construction’s operations in 2007. Over the years, Maritza has done her job well, transporting heavy equipment to and from various construction projects throughout south Florida in a timely and safe manner. Maritza is responsible, sets a good example for others and is a valued member of the Ranger team.

HECTOR HERNANDEZ • 20 YEARS ASPHALT FOREMAN RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Hector Hernandez began his career in asphalt as a Laborer for American Asphalt, which was acquired by the Vecellio-owned PAVEX Corporation, itself later merged into Ranger Construction. Over several years Hector learned to operate a wide range of equipment. Hector left the company in 2002 to pursue other endeavors, but returned in 2005. He rejoined as a Screed Operator, then was promoted to Asphalt Lead. Hector continued to gain knowledge and develop leadership skills, which, combined with his strong work ethic, led to his promotion to Asphalt Foreman. Hector continues to demonstrate his knowledge and ability and is a valuable member of the team, respected by peers and Ranger management alike.

ROBERT MCCRAY • 20 YEARS ASPHALT PLANT LOADER OPERATOR RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Robert McCray began his career as a RAP Crusher/Loader Operator with Ranger Construction. He also worked at White Rock Quarries for a time before transferring back to Ranger. As a Loader Operator at Ranger’s West Palm Beach, FL, asphalt plant, Robert keeps the plant’s cold feed bins properly loaded with sand and aggregates. He helps keep the plant’s inventory neat and assists with maintenance. He is punctual and can always be counted on to help when needed. Robert is known for doing whatever is asked of him correctly and promptly, and his work ethic and loyalty to the organization are greatly appreciated.

ALBA PADILLA • 20 YEARS ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE MANAGER WHITE ROCK QUARRIES

Alba Padilla joined the White Rock Quarries management team in 1997, bringing significant prior credit management experience to the position. She quickly learned the intricacies of credit checks and transactions within the quarry industry. She also began strengthening the customer service relationships that make doing business with White Rock so simple and “worry free,” providing a clear understanding of our payment process and terms. As Accounts Receivable Manager, Alba provides prompt and courteous service. She works with management, the sales team and customers to ensure that terms of sales agreements are clearly understood.

SHEILA PLYLER • 20 YEARS CONTRACTS MANAGER SHARPE BROS. / V&G

Sheila Plyler was hired by Vecellio & Grogan in 1997 as a Field Office Manager helping complete a gold mine reclamation project. Her knowledge and skill-set grew as she aided on various other projects in North Carolina and Virginia. When V&G acquired Sharpe Bros. in 2006, Sheila transferred to the new division’s offices in Greensboro, NC, becoming Contracts Manager. Sheila’s upbeat attitude, helpful disposition and diligent work ethic have made her well-liked and respected around the office. She semi-retired in January 2017, but has continued to work part-time as an Accounting Clerk.

ANDREW REDLEY • 20 YEARS ASPHALT LEAD / SCREED OPERATOR RANGER CONSTRUCTION

Andrew Redley began as a Laborer in 1997 for PAVEX Corporation, a Vecellio company that later became part of Ranger Construction. His ability to learn quickly led to him operating heavy equipment. Over the years, Andrew has performed various roles and operated various machinery, eventually earning his current position as an Asphalt Lead. Andrew is a versatile, skilled, important member of the asphalt crew, and he continues to develop and demonstrate his leadership ability. He has contributed to the successful completion of a wide variety of paving projects in south Florida.

WILLIAM SETTLE • 20 YEARS NETWORK ARCHITECT VECELLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES

William “Bill” Settle was hired by Vecellio & Grogan in 1997 as a Network Administrator in the Information Technology Department, supporting the Group’s businesses in the south Florida area. His efforts and performance allowed him to progress to a Network Architect position in 1999. In 2004, the IT Department became centralized as part of Vecellio Management Services, the corporate team of the Vecellio Group. Over the years, Bill has shown a broad range of technical knowledge and experience, working on numerous projects to help improve the business processes of the Group and its operations. Staying current on the latest technologies, he has been especially instrumental when infrastructure upgrades have been rolled out.

FRANCISCO TORRES • 20 YEARS BACKHOE OPERATOR VECELLIO & GROGAN

Starting his career with Vecellio & Grogan in 1997, Francisco “Alfonso” Torres quickly proved his value to the team, working as a Grade Checker on a huge Greenville-Spartanburg Airport expansion. Alfonso’s abilities were evident, as he demonstrated proficiency operating dozers, haul road graders and excavators. In 2002, Alfonso was promoted to Backhoe Operator, where he continues to excel. His equipment operating skills and work ethic have earned him the respect of his peers and management alike. He is known for his safe and steady approach to assignments, and understands the construction industry’s need to “go where the work is,” making him an important contributor on projects in multiple states.

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The Vecellio Group proudly provides Equal Em­ployment Opportunity (EEO) for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, or status as a qualified Vietnam-era, specialdisabled or other protected veteran. We maintain workplaces that are drug-free and free from discrimination, harassment and racial bias.

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40 YEARS OR MORE

Vecellio Jr., Leo A............. 44 Branson, Philip A.............. 43 Fowler, Richard................. 43 Gwinn, Loman L................ 42

30 YEARS OR MORE

Cooney, Dan D................. 39 Johnson, David A.............. 39 Mattlin, Joseph.................. 39 Boston, David R................ 38 Cook, Argel D.................. 38 Fite, Martha J................... 38 Kracunas, Michael B......... 38 Phillipson, Kevin F............. 38 Dufresne, Lemercier........... 37 Malone Jr, Nathaniel......... 37 Stenzel, Robert A.............. 37 Walker, Danny R.............. 37 Bowe, Gregory................. 36 Martin, Eddie................... 36 Baker, Harrel.................... 35 Chamless, Joseph.............. 35 Lilly, David I..................... 35

20 YEARS OR MORE

Adkins, Steven B................ 29 Johnson, Michael............... 29 Kibby, David F.................. 29 Moore, Bobby................... 29 Payne Jr, Charles R............ 29 Reis, Fernando................... 29 Riley Jr, John E................... 29 Truglio, Stefano................. 29 VanLandingham Jr., Ronnie.29 Wright, Wilbur O.............. 29 Childs, Joseph A................ 28 Daniel, Gary..................... 28 Dazil, Louigiste.................. 28 Dixon, Richard A............... 28 Farley, Matthew A.............. 28 Martin Jr, Elder.................. 28 Rabassa, Jose.................... 28 Skubal, Steve D................. 28 Spencer, Steve R................ 28 Washington, Ruben............ 28 Casey, Keith...................... 27 Coleman, Kevin W............. 27 Cook Jr, Argel D................ 27 Hernandez, Jose M............ 27 Holmes Jr., Elijah............... 27 Johnson, Lewis................... 27 Olortegui, James................ 27 Sofranec, Jeffrey J.............. 27 Ambroise, Edit................... 26 Hebden III, Thomas............ 26 McCord, Timothy D............ 26 Smith, James E................... 26 Valverde, Alberto............... 26 Burgess Davis, Paula.......... 25 Childs, Cleveland............... 25 Jones, Jimmy D.................. 25 Pratt, Glenn R.................... 25 Rachal, Dalton................... 25 Runion, Michael W............ 25 Smith, Bret........................ 25 Aguero, Angel................... 24 Barro, Ramon.................... 24 Borrego, Abelardo............. 24 Diaz, Antonio.................... 24 Exantus, Michel.................. 24 Guerrier, Jacquelin............. 24 James, Lee......................... 24 Johnson, Varnel J............... 24 Jones, Karl W.................... 24 Meadows, Theresa D.......... 24

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Lively, Michael L............... 42 Lowery, James T................ 42 Payne II, Reaford D........... 41 Webb, James M. (Mitch).... 41 Mullens, David R............... 40 Verk, Larry....................... 35 Parker, John..................... 34 Yoder, William F............... 34 Fowler, F. Scott................. 33 Gordon, Eyon L................ 33 Hughes, Johnny................ 33 Whyte, Paul S.................. 33 Harper, Linda D................ 32 Lacy, Alfred L................... 32 Peach, David W............... 32 Gordon, Elisha E............... 31 Henry, Donald.................. 31 Hurley, James M............... 31 Jones, Alvia C.................. 31 Leal, Jose A...................... 31 Carbet, Charles................ 30 DiLorenzo, Gerald P.......... 30 Green Sr., Johnny L........... 30 Moore, Gene..................... 24 Nelson, Michael S............. 24 Obando, Lazaro D............. 24 Saffold, Gerald.................. 24 Treminio, Jose.................... 24 Whyte, Trevor L................. 24 Benoit, Joachim.................. 23 German, Ezell.................... 23 Louis, Vixon....................... 23 Mauger, Gary................... 23 Orange, Kenneth P............. 23 Reyes, Antonio................... 23 Ross, Christine................... 23 Scholer, Peter.................... 23 Torres, Francisco J............. 23 Tucker, Michelle E.............. 23 Valdes, Armando............... 23 Walker, Daniel S............... 23 Burgess, Vicki.................... 22 Clenton, Deborah............... 22 Gomez, Ruben D............... 22 Gonzalez, Jose R............... 22 Hernandez, Godofredo....... 22 Hill, William A.................. 22 Jones, Patrick L.................. 22 Montes De Oca, Adrian...... 22 Muriel, Eudin..................... 22 Pelaez, Arturo.................... 22 Reed, Michael................... 22 Robertson, Rufus................. 22 Smith, C. W...................... 22 Suarez, Sylvia................... 22 Thompson, Wilbur R........... 22 Horton, Zachary J.............. 21 Llerena, Claudio Q............. 21 Moore, Sammy L................ 21 Overcash, Terry................. 21 Riley, Clifton...................... 21 Samet, Mindy.................... 21 Combs, Robert W.............. 20 Davis, Wallace.................. 20 Delp, David M................... 20 Gonzalez, Maritza............. 20 Hernandez, Hector............. 20 McCray, Robert N.............. 20 Padilla, Alba..................... 20 Plyler, Sheila D.................. 20 Redley, Andrew................. 20 Settle, William R................ 20 Torres, Francisco A........... 20

IN RECOGNITION OF OUR DEDICATED EMPLOYEES

We sincerely appreciate our employees with five or more years of service.* We also thank those hired more recently and hope to work with ALL of you for many more years to come!

10 YRS OR MORE

Balladares, Anibal.............19 Bilbrey, Wondell G............19 Chang, Marvin..................19 Christie, James A...............19 Daley, Jason E...................19 Hart, Jeffrey W..................19 Morris, Richard K...............19 Orta, Jesus........................19 Purvis, C. Miles.................19 Sanchez, Gilberto..............19 Schafer, Robert K...............19 Tilley, Ronald L..................19 Alvarez, Amilcar Antonio....18 Hurst, David B...................18 Jensen, Michael E..............18 Melfi, Stephanie D.............18 Sotomayor, Hugo...............18 Steadman, Cindy L.............18 Thiemann, Carl..................18 Woodard, Michael............18 Bailey Jr., Clyde F..............17 Benavidez, Candelario.......17 Bower, James B.................17 Damian, Jacqueline............17 Delgado, Gabriel...............17 Fabelo, Rolayme................17 Gamble, Scott D................17 Gordon, Clinton S..............17 Jakusevich, Roseane A........17 Johnson, April M...............17 Johnson, Joseph P..............17 Marquez, Jorge.................17 Ortuno, Carlos A...............17 Piering, Aaron D................17 Reisinger, Keith E...............17 Rosencrans, Hal D.............17 Smith, Eddie L...................17 Stefanov, Delian S.............17 Davis, Walter....................16 Dion, Robert T...................16 Grantham, Robert M..........16 Greims, Gerard F..............16 Newhouse, Kenneth M.......16 O’Neal, Gregory W..........16 Pierce II, Clyde W.............16 Pinkard, Willard................16 Ramirez, Beatriz E.............16 Roman Jr, Rafael A............16 Sneed, Robert L.................16 Thomas, James D...............16 Wood, William E..............16 Aprea, Juan A...................15 Barber, Stacy L..................15 Basher, Terry J...................15 Brand, Dallas................... 15 Conde, Richard.................15 Cruz, Robert......................15 Deus, Dufrenne..................15 Frank, Scott S. (Ponch)........15 Holmes, Anthony L.............15 Leasure, Shirley D..............15 McKenzie, Anthony............15 Ocon, Norman..................15 Perez De Corcho, Ramon....15 Ramjattansingh, Billy..........15 Reilly, Gregory W..............15

Simeon, Ronald.................15 Vecellio, Christopher S.......15 Vecellio, Michael A............15 Vega, Vince......................15 Vizcaino, Robert................15 Whyte, Stephen.................15 Bailey, Timothy J................14 Beasley, Dianne L..............14 Bowles, Marshall R...........14 Bustamante, Luis................14 Castrillo, Carlos R..............14 Clary, Richard A................14 Clayton, Ivan G.................14 Colon, Rosa M..................14 Cordero, Homero D...........14 De Armas, Alexis...............14 Edmond, Simpson..............14 Esterellas, Amaury.............14 Gilfillan, David..................14 Gonzalez, Carlos I.............14 Goodman, Patricia D........14 Green, Vincent R...............14 Greene, Kenneth C............14 Haddo, Renford.................14 Hernandez, Heriberto.........14 Hubbard, Dennis A............14 James, Raymond A.............14 Klock, Jason W.................14 Litts, Cydric P....................14 Lucas, James A..................14 Moran, Clinton A...............14 Palenzuela, Eduardo..........14 Paulinski Jr, Richard C........14 Ramos, Christopher T.........14 Scarberry, Randy B............14 Scarborough, Michael N....14 Smith, Lanorris...................14 Stafford, Robert L...............14 Walker, Byron O...............14 Webber, Mark R...............14 Wikel, Donna M................14 Alexander, Willie..............13 Angel, Richard H...............13 Blazquez, Julio..................13 Bocardo, Luis V.................13 Branscome, David R...........13 Brown, Antoine..................13 Carpenter, Christopher W..13 Conde, Jorge E..................13 Cornett Jr, Johnny C...........13 Doughty, Michael P............13 Esquivel, Alexander............13 Fernandez, Carlos.............13 Fernandez, Jose N.............13 Gomez, Cesar E................13 Gonzalez, Alvaro..............13 Gonzalez, Jose A..............13 Gonzalez, Jovani...............13 Grisnold Jr., Sammy L.........13 Harris, Charles C...............13 Hernandez, Angel.............13 Hogwood, John A..............13 Martin, Arrie D..................13 Martinez, Anita K..............13

Osby, Gary L....................13 Owen, Isaac S..................13 Perez, Yurizan...................13 Pino, Francisco..................13 Prince, Mark A..................13 Rodriguez, Nelson.............13 Rudanovich, Nicholas P.....13 Santana, Damian X............13 Sosa, Julia........................13 Vogel, Richard A...............13 Womble, James I...............13 Almodovar, Gerardo L........12 Anderson, Marquis A.........12 Arce, Juan M.....................12 Bell, Eugene......................12 Boursiquot, Jean A.............12 Boyles, Dwayne L...............12 Cannon, Todd M...............12 Carter III, John M...............12 Dryden, Michelle A...........12 Flores, Gary A...................12 Gamiz, Carlos J.................12 Gonzalez, Anthony T.........12 Gors, Monique..................12 Holmes, Javoskia T............12 Jean, Renault.....................12 Lucin, Oscar I....................12 Manoo, Leah.....................12 Mazelin Jr, Herbert L..........12 McMurray, Andrew M........12 Moorer, Gary D................12 Morgan, Amanda Rae........12 Moya, Miguel...................12 Murphy, Billy J...................12 Nelson, Todd L..................12 Reis, Renato F....................12 Rivera, David....................12 Rodriguez, Arnaldo............12 Rosier, Nicholas R.............12 Sifuentes, Pedro.................12 Sonson, Wilfred.................12 Spence, Richard A.............12 Stevenson, Athnel C...........12 Suarez, Mario M...............12 Valentin, Emmanuel............12 Valentin, Heriberto.............12 Veliz, Rolando...................12 Voytek, Todd.....................12 Walker, Otis D..................12 Wilson, Ira L.....................12 Womble, Jeanne P.............12 Wyatt, Amanda L..............12 Yade, Youssou...................12 Yates, Phillip J...................12 Alston, Kenneth B...............11 Amend, Thomas D.............11 Barragan, Jorge E..............11 Bickel, Troy A....................11 Bishop, Mike D..................11 Brockman, Tavoris Ken.......11 Castrillo, Silvio A...............11 Diaz, Manuel A.................11 Espinosa, Rafael................11 Flounnoy, Sammy L............11

Flynn, Patrick W................11 Fuentes, Agustin O.............11 Garcia, Ernesto R...............11 Geiger, Charles L...............11 Golden, Rodney L..............11 Hawkins, Sean E...............11 Hines, Francine E..............11 Holmes, Andrew A.............11 Hurst, Jackie L...................11 Imbert, Patslen...................11 Johnson, Jeffery F...............11 Jorge Jr., Jorge L................11 Lilly, Jimmy D....................11 Mabe, Thomas L................11 Maceo, Leonardo..............11 Monroe, Patrick E..............11 Moss, Michael D...............11 Nunez, Luis A....................11 Perez, Ernesto....................11 Piering, Nathan.................11 Quirino, Margarita............11 Ramos, Gilberto I..............11 Robinson, Maurice.............11 Rubido, Miguel A..............11 Serrano, Carolyn V............11 Silva, Tony........................11 Smith, Robert Doug............11 Stanley-Bartusiak, Melissa...11 Tackore, Lineous A.............11 Torres, Isidro B..................11 Uribe-Lopez, Alejandro.......11 Westmoreland, Allen B.......11 Zelaya, Joe B....................11 Arango, Gonzalo H...........10 Ash, Curtis L......................10 Benavidez, Ramon A..........10 Browning, Douglas J..........10 Brutlag, Dennis L................10 Castronova, Lisa A.............10 Conway, David A..............10 Cotero, Jaime A.................10 Doerr III, John C................10 Escalante, Ramon A...........10 Fernandez Jr., Carlos.........10 Green Jr, Johnny L.............10 Herrera, Brian H................10 Johnson, William A............10 Kitchen, Paul.....................10 Morey, Adolfo I.................10 Morris, Michael J...............10 Nash, William C...............10 Pagan, Jose C...................10 Richardson, Christopher L...10 Rico, Manolo A.................10 Schwager, Paul M.............10 Segarra, Uriel....................10 Serra, Glenn E...................10 Smith, Craig E...................10 Suarez, Jose......................10 Thurston, Jacob N..............10 Todd Jr, Gary I..................10 Valero, Yosmel..................10 Woodford II, Robert L.........10 Zackery, Craig D...............10

*Through Dec. 31, 2017, including adjustments for employees welcomed through acquisition and those rejoining the Group after a gap in service. Please contact Human Resources with questions about years of service.

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Gates, Travis R....................6 Greene, Sherry M................6 Hernandez, Pedro E.............6 Johns Jr, Arthur B.................6 LeBlanc, Joseph A................6 Lien, Candace C..................6 Ligon, Mark E......................6 Lowe, Pamela M..................6 Martell, Miguel....................6 McFadden, Charles..............6 McKee, Michael R...............6 Meza, Alejandro.................6 Mieras, Ernest G..................6 Perez, Rafael.......................6 Pickel, Daniel S...................6 Purvis, Christopher L.............6 Ramos Rosario, Gilberto S....6 Ramos, Raymond S..............6 Rumph, Frederick E..............6 Rutledge, Adam C...............6 Salmon, William W.............6 Shell, Anthony T..................6 Simon, Dominique................6 Smith, Sean J.......................6 Stanley, Nico G..................6 Timming, Jamie R.................6 Vasquez, Eliu......................6 Weaver, Fred B...................6 Wilson, Michael D...............6 Yahweh, Yahweh Ben Y. B...6 Acosta, Keurin.....................5 Aguirre, Francisco................5 Alfonso, Miguel A................5 Alvarez, Ruben E.................5 Ayala Vargas, Yosbany........5 Bates, Wayne.....................5 Campo, Eduardo.................5 Carlson, Paul K....................5 Carr, Otto...........................5 Christian, Kale R..................5 Colon, Angel.......................5 Colozzo, Robert P................5 Covarrubias, Homero...........5 De La Cruz, Geny................5 Diaz Pena, Arael.................5 Gonzalez-Matos, Luis A........5 Guerra Prado, Landy............5 Hernandez Lara, Pedro.........5 Iglesias, David M.................5 Ingham, Jesse W.................5 Jean, Anuel.........................5 Jones, Robert J.....................5 Jones, Tyrone E....................5 Kelley, Christopher D...........5 Kennedy II, Michael J...........5 Krebs, Michael J..................5 Lebron, Carlos A.................5 Lewis, Willie R.....................5 Little, Fester G......................5 McInnis, Johnny E................5 Moretz, James W................5 Nunez, Moises E.................5 Ortega, Roberto..................5 Peeples, Rebecca W............5 Piedra, Osmani...................5 Ramos, Elizert J...................5 Robinson, Bruce J.................5 Rodriguez, Genaro C...........5 Slade, Chad........................5 Sugg, William M.................5 Torres, Jose A......................5 Trout, Courtney L..................5 Tuesca, Agustin...................5 Vorster, Craig T...................5 Zuniga, Mark R...................5

Quarry Leaves No Stone Unturned In Quest For Safe, Efficient Production White Rock Quarries, located in the Lake Belt area of western Miami-Dade County, is one of the highest-producing limerock mining operations in the United States. With a rigorous safety program and efficient mining, production, sales and weight out operations, the quarry provides low-cost DOTcertified aggregates and screenings, shipped by truck and rail to supply Florida’s construction industry.

Photos by Carl Thiemann

Acevedo, Juan V..................9 Brown, Gabriel D................9 Carpenter, Dustan E.............9 Carter Jr, Donald A..............9 Crissman, Paul R..................9 Fernandez, Rene..................9 Galeano, Jose D..................9 Hunt Jr, Paul........................9 Jenkins, Arlion A..................9 Jensen, Erik T......................9 Kidd, Randy L......................9 Lane, Calvin R.....................9 Mendez, Eric R....................9 Morris, Nathaniel R............9 Murray, Kyle R....................9 Nealis, Rex A......................9 Nickerson, Corey W............9 Rodas, Marco A..................9 Santana, Eddie R.................9 Schott, Cynthia L..................9 Smith, Tyler D......................9 Stewart, Stephanie L............9 Sullivan, Michael J...............9 Taylor, Raul A.....................9 Torres, Jesus........................9 Torres, Pedro.......................9 Valenciaga, Maximo V.........9 Williams, Robert C...............9 Wiseman, David E...............9 Baker, Westley E.................8 Brown II, Jessie....................8 Covarrubias, John E.............8 Evans, James A....................8 Ewell, Russell D....................8 Gordon Jr, Eyon L................8 Harbin, Steve L....................8 Hernandez, Julissa...............8 Hilderman, David E..............8 Lopez, Jose J.......................8 Louis, Guillaume..................8 Norris, Bryan......................8 Ortega, Manolo..................8 Quinteros, Luis H.................8 Rafford, Adam.....................8 Soria, Angel U....................8 Velasco, Edgardo................8 Vieira, Arlindo.....................8 Zapach, Michael S..............8 Allsopp III, James E..............7 Barlow, James M.................7 Davis, Ray A.......................7 Hairston, Jerald E.................7 Harrell, Leslie......................7 Hecker, Thomas E................7 Jaimes, Nahum M................7 Leon, Angel.........................7 Llerena, Yimi.......................7 Lopez Gatorno, Hector S......7 Marin Gallo, Pablo A...........7 Martinez, Tomas C..............7 Moffitt, Walker B.................7 Simpson, Joseph W.............7 Taylor, Benjamin F...............7 Wall, Carl D.......................7 Adkins, Norman C...............6 Ayala, Reinaldo...................6 Baker, Joshua A...................6 Burkhardt, Keith J.................6 Carrion Paladino, Javier R....6 Chotos, Daniel S..................6 Davidson, John P.................6 Davis, Tracy A.....................6 Garcia, Clara Tonia.............6

Ranger Construction recently held a half-day Safety Stand Down for each of its two divisions (see story on page 2). Employees were treated to safety gift bags, T-shirts, raffled door prizes and a catered lunch.

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Photos by Carl Thiemann and Patrick Drane

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Vecenergy employees gather to enjoy catered lunches over the holiday season. The energy division owns and operates petroleum products terminals in multiple states, including Florida, where it also operates South Florida Materials Corp. and South Florida Petroleum Services.

National Academy of Construction 2017 inductee Leo A. Vecellio, Jr., center, stands with Academy President Hugh Rice (left) and Vice President Tom Sorley following the October induction ceremony.

At a Ranger luncheon, clockwise from above, are John Centi and Cristina Lolli, Eyon Gordon, Ponch Frank and John Morina.

Photo by David Asselin

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Vecellio & Grogan and Ranger Construction employees donated to buy gifts for the children of needy families in the Beckley, WV, Winter Garden, FL, and West Palm Beach, FL, areas. Joining in a gift wrapping session at the West Palm Beach safety offices are Kevin Hernandez, Nadia Zevallos, Alison Sanders, Marikay Beabout, Elsie Parise, Raymond Berrios, Mike Scarborough and Tom Rehyansky. Not shown is Dave Asselin.

Sitting down for a meal together at a Beckley, WV, restaurant are, from the left, LL Gwinn, Sammy Geso, Michele Wikel, Rob Ryan, Andy Jenkins, Jim Bower, Cody Webb, Matt Farley and Robert Colozzo.

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GREAT JOB!

Now Hiring! 855-4VG-JOBS

Congratulations to employees receiving promotions through Dec. 31, 2017! (Management team in italics.)

Ranger Construction Jose C. Pagan,

Vecellio & Grogan*

Vecenergy

Candance E. Ercolano, Project Manager Sean Hawkins, Shop Foreman Richard Morris, Shops Manager Randy Scarberry, Area Manager – Grading Ira L. Wilson, Project Superintendent Anthony Hicks, Asphalt Roller Operator Tony A. Faulkner, Jr., Traffic Control Specialist

*and affiliated companies

Gerardo L. Almodovar, Operations Manager Luis Bomback, Sr. Terminal Operator Juavanie R. Cole, Dock Man, CL II Lawrence L. Crane, Facilities Technician Michael A. Dickerson, Dock Man, CL I Arthur Johns Jr., Person In Charge Adrian Pineda, Dock Man, CL II

Traffic Control Specialist Andrew Redley, Lead Asphalt Christina T. Valentin, Contracts Admin. Ruben Western Garcia, Traffic Control Specialist

Sharpe Bros. John Carter III, Grade Foreman Allen Westmoreland, Grade Foreman Karen Branscome, Plant Operator

Josh Barfield, Skilled Laborer Gary Lasley, Bridge Carpenter Calvin Owensby, Roller Operator Brandy Parrish, Truck Driver

Vecellio Mgmt Svcs Nadia D. Zevallos Senior Accountant

WELCOME ABOARD! Please join us in welcoming our new or returning employees who have completed their introductory periods through Dec. 31, 2017. We also welcome new management team members (in italics).

Ranger Construction Carvatta III, Roy J., Operations Engineer Fox, Timothy R., Senior Plant Manager Johnson, Anthony S., Project Manager Morina, John C., Bus. Dev. Director

Nichols, Maxwell A., Project Engineer Robinson Jr., Warren B., Asphalt Supt. Wilkerson Jr., James M. Project Superintendent Cardenas Canales, Jose H. Delius, Frederick H. Padron, Celeste G. Rivera Jr., Francisco Wilson Jr., Thomas P.

Vecellio & Grogan* Fields, Randall D., Pipe Foreman Grimes, Larry G., Bridge Foreman Keller, Patrick D., Bridge Foreman Thomas, Paul Jacob, Grade Foreman

Waters, James G., Bridge Superintendent Gonzalez Sanchez, Raul Gray, Michael L. Parrish, Brandy M. Wemmitt Jr., James R. *and affiliated companies

White Rock Quarries Rodriguez, Alejandro J.

The Vecellio Group proudly provides Equal Em­ployment Opportunity (EEO) for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, or status as a qualified Vietnam-era, special-disabled or other protected veteran. We maintain workplaces that are drug-free and do not tolerate discrimination, harassment or racial bias.

I N MEMORI AM GRADY BROWN

Grady Brown came to Ranger Construction in 2004 with years of experience. He worked as an Asphalt Roller Operator. Affectionately known as Shady Grady to his fellow crew members, family and friends, he retired in November 2017, and has since passed. He was a respected worker and will be missed.

MICHAEL HILDERBRANDT

Michael Hilderbrandt was hired by Ranger Construction in 1994. Friendly, dependable and dedicated, he worked as a Low Boy and

Dump Truck Driver, becoming Lead Driver in 2006. He retired from the company in 2014 after 20 years of service. He passed away in 2017 and will be missed.

BLAZE ZEHNDER, JR.

Blaze Zehnder, a Sales Loader Operator at White Rock Quarries for over 19 years, passed away in 2017. He was a safe and efficient worker known for his easy-going nature. He knew and had friendships with many of the commercial truck drivers who came to White Rock for material. He was well liked and will be missed.

Let your family and friends know that many of the Vecellio Group’s operations have well-paying positions available for qualified applicants. Call 855-4VG-JOBS (855-484-5627) for more information.

Don’t Neglect Your 401(k)

The Vecellio Group’s 401(k) program allows employees to generate savings for retirement, with the company adding a generous contribution as well. Contact your local HR representative for more details.

Two Pass Professional Exams

Ranger Construction Operations Engineer Travis Gates recently passed his Professional Engineer exam, while Senior Accountant Nadia Zevallos of Vecellio Management Services passed her Certified Public Accountant exam. Well done, Travis and Nadia!

R E TIR E M EN T S LUIS DELGADO, ASPHALT SUPT., RANGER

Luis Delgado began his paving career in 1981 with a Miami company that, after a series of ownership changes involving APAC and Oldcastle, became part of Ranger Construction in 2007. By the time Luis became part of Ranger’s team, he had worked his way up to Asphalt Superinte Miami location until his retirement, after 36 years, in 2017. Luis was the very definition of dedication and hard work, making him a very valuable member of the team.

DON HENRY, SHOP FOREMAN, RANGER

Don Henry began his career with Ranger Construction in West Palm Beach as a Field Mechanic in 1986. Even as Don showed his expertise as a Mechanic, he also developed leadership skills and, after transferring to Ranger’s operations in Orlando, was promoted to Shop Foreman in 2000. Don’s skill was complemented by a strong work ethic. He helped ensure Ranger’s consistent production in a safe working environment. He also shared his expertise with less experienced Mechanics looking for guidance and training. Don celebrated 30 years of service in 2016, before retiring at the end of 2017.

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101 Sansbury’s Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 P.O. Box 15065, West Palm Beach, FL 33416 Phone: (561) 793-2102 • Fax: (561) 798-3778 www.VecellioGroup.com

High-Quality Construction & Materials

l = Office

s = Asphalt Plant

Ranger Improving Turnpike at Glades Road Interchange

n = Materials

RANGER CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES, INC.

www.RangerConstruction.com

Company Headquarters

P.O. Box 15065, West Palm Beach, FL 33416 Phone: (561) 793-9400 • Fax: (561) 790-4332

Additional Locations

Equipment Operators Cindy Schott (left) and Ali Addeal (below), of Ranger Construction, work to improve Turnpike access to and from Glades Road in Boca Raton, FL. (Please see page 3 for more Ranger coverage.)

l s 101 Sansbury’s Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

    s 320 Benson Junction Road, DeBary, FL 32713 Phone: (386) 668-1837 • Fax: (386) 753-1760

    s 4510 Glades Cutoff Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34981 P.O. Box 14589, Ft. Pierce, FL 34979 Phone: (772) 464-6460 • Fax: (772) 466-9559

    s 17800 NW 122nd Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33018

Plant Phone: (305) 828-9464 • Fax: (305) 818-7172 Office Phone: (305) 718-8070 • Fax: (305) 718-8184

    s 2503 NW 48th Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33073 Phone: (954) 428-8712 • Fax: (954) 422-1878

l s 1200 Elboc Way, Winter Garden, FL 34787 Phone: (407) 656-9255 • Fax: (407) 656-3188

SHARPE BROS. www.SharpeBrosVG.com 204 Base Leg Road, Greensboro, NC 27409 P.O. Box 35387, Greensboro, NC 27425 Phone: (336) 235-2756 • Fax: (336) 235-2743

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    n 6311 Burnt Poplar Rd., Greensboro, NC 27409 (Shingle Recycling Center) Phone: (336) 708-7662

    s 7809 Lebanon Rd., Greensboro, NC 27409

Phone: (336) 605-3775 • Fax: (336) 605-7065

    s 3970 Liberty Rd., Greensboro, NC 27406

Phone: (336) 674-0138 • Fax: (336) 674-6997

    s 4572 High Point Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284 Phone: (336) 355-1818 • Fax: (336) 346-8160

Photos by Carl Thiemann

VECELLIO & GROGAN, INC. www.VecellioGrogan.com 2251 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Beckley, WV 25801 P.O. Box 2438, Beckley, WV 25802-2438 Phone: (304) 252-6575 • Fax: (304) 252-4131

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WHITE ROCK QUARRIES www.WRQuarries.com

l n 18300 NW 122nd Avenue, Hialeah (Miami), FL 33018

P.O. Box 15065, West Palm Beach, FL 33416 Phone: (305) 822-5322 • Fax: (305) 824-1433

Advanced Energy Services & Products VECENERGY

www.Vecenergy.com

Vecenergy Regional Office (& Vecenergy Resources) 1600 SE 17th St. Causeway #400, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 Phone: (954) 467-9774 • Fax: (954) 463-0546

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Alabama — Montgomery Terminal 200 Hunter Loop Road, Montgomery, AL 36108 Phone: (334) 265-7071 • Fax: (334) 265-7072

Issue: 4th Quarter 2017 • Circulation: 4,200 Editor-in-Chief: Leo A. Vecellio, Jr., President, Chairman and CEO

Florida — Port Everglades Terminal 1200 SE 32nd St., Dania Beach, FL 33316 Phone: (954) 467-9775 • Fax: (954) 468-0003 Florida — Port of Palm Beach Terminal (South Florida Materials Corp.) 300 Middle Rd., Port of Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Phone: (561) 844-5153 • Fax: (561) 848-5660

Editor: Carl Thiemann, Communications Director (Email: Carl.Thiemann@VecellioGroup.com) Copyright © 2017 by Vecellio Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

The Vecellio Group’s print and online communications are the recipients of numerous awards and recognitions.

Georgia — Macon Terminal 2476 Allen Road, Macon, GA 31216 Phone: (478) 788-5511 • Fax: (478) 781-6626 New Mexico — Albuquerque Terminal 3200 Broadway Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87105 Phone: (505) 246-4402 • Fax: (505) 246-4444 SO. FLA. PETROLEUM SERVICES (Port Everglades) 2550 Eisenhower Blvd. #12, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 Phone: (954) 467-9774 • Fax: (954) 467-9722

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