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

V&G performed site development work for the expansion of West Virginia’s Caperton Center, commonly known as “Tamarack.” Tamarack is located off I-77 in Beckley, WV, and is operated by the West Virginia Parkways Economic Development and Tourism Authority. 

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 their work,” said Trent. “They were very professional.”

Despite harsh weather, Vecellio & Grogan successfully completed site work for the “seamless” expansion, which added 22,000 sq.ft. of multi-purpose space to the center, located just off I-77 in Beckley. The project included 124,000 c.y. of excavation, along with drainage, demolition and clearing.

V&G also received praise for its recent site development for an expansion at Jim C. Hamer Lumber Co. in Mt. Hope, WV. The seven-week project included excavation and slope dressing.

“ ‘Outstanding’ would be putting it mildly,” said Plant Manager Joe Rozell in a letter commending V&G’s site work. “Vecellio & Grogan is a first-class company that knows the meaning of the word ‘professionalism.’ ”

                                   Jim C. Hamer Lumber Co. expansion, another site development                            project by Vecellio & Grogan.



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