Hal Jones Contractor

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Hal Jones Contractor, a division of Vecellio & Grogan, Inc.

Bridge and Marine Contractor serves the Southeast United States

Hal Jones Contractor, Inc. was originally a company founded in 1997 by Hal Jones Jr. and six other experienced construction managers with over 200 years of collective experience in heavy construction.

In early 2018, Hal Jones Contractor became a division of Vecellio & Grogan, Inc. Hal Jones Contractor is proud of its experienced work force of superintendents, foremen, equipment operators, and heavy construction workers.

Hal Jones Contractor, a division of Vecellio & Grogan, services both governmental and private clients. We have performed work for Jacksonville Port Authority, City of Jacksonville, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), US Navy, US Coast Guard, and several private developers.

Hal Jones Contractor prides itself on having a well-maintained equipment fleet, with cranes up to 275 tons, barges up to 150-ft. long and 55-ft. wide, and pile hammers up to 88,000 ft. lbs. With its wide range of equipment, Hal Jones Contractor can satisfy your heavy construction needs on land or water.

Our entire team of construction specialists would like to take this opportunity to thank you for considering this company for your construction needs.

Florida License #CGC1527871
South Carolina License #G16196
Tennessee License #29021 (Reciprocity with Georgia)


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a crane at a pier under construction, a large boat and a bridge are in the background
workers working with rebar at a dock construction site
a crane lowers a section of pole at the end of a pier
a crane on a barge at a pier construction site
a floating dock with three pillars and a bridge leading to land covered in palm trees
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