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 Virginias renowned arts & crafts center.
I watched Vecellio & Grogans 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&Gs 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.