Archive for September 2003

Vecellio & Grogan Proves Great Site Work Is Part Art, Part Craft

It is billed as “The Best of West Virginia” — and the same goes for those who made its recent expansion possible, says Dwight Trent, Deputy General Manager of Tamarack, West Virginia’s renowned arts & crafts center. “I watched Vecellio & Grogan’s people working and it was obvious the amount of pride they took in…

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Shucet Is Featured Speaker At Vecellio Lecture

Virginia Tech recently presented its third annual Vecellio Distinguished Lecture, featuring Virginia Department of Transportation Commissioner Philip Shucet as the 2003 speaker. Coincidentally, Mr. Shucet is a native of Beckley, WV, where Vecellio & Grogan was founded in 1938, and an acquaintance of the Vecellio family. Small world! The lecture series is part of the…

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East Beckley Bypass Road

Vecellio & Grogan is building a one-mile section of four-lane bypass road off US-19 in East Beckley, WV. The project includes excavation, grading, drainage, and the construction of a retaining wall. Flaggers Roy Tingler and Roger Hogan stop traffic for Haul Truck Driver Chrisetta King on V&G’s East Beckley Bypass project. Dozer Operator Alvin Hoke…

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V&G Marks 24th Year In NC With $110 Million In Raleigh Contracts

In the highway construction industry, contractors go where the work is. For Vecellio & Grogan, that has meant a presence in North Carolina since 1979, when the company was awarded its first contract for improvements to I-40 near Wilmington. The West Virginia-based company has worked across the Tar Heel State since then, on contracts involving…

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