J.R.Vinagro Corporation


With Safety Plans in Place, Contractors Can Begin to Get Back to Work in Boston

Construction is an important part of Boston's economy and the city employs thousands of people on large, medium and small projects year-round. Back on May 5, the city had announced its plan to loosen the COVID-19 restrictions — a plan that would lead to the gradual re-opening of construction and on May 18 it followed through on that decision....


MassDOT's $169M Chelsea Viaduct Project in Boston Presses Forward

The Skanska-McCourt Joint Venture (Skanska US and McCourt Construction Co. ) started its work on the Massachusetts Department of Transportation's (MassDOT) nearly $204 million (total cost) rehabilitation of the Chelsea Viaduct Bridge in Boston, a project that began in April 2019....


Vinagro Corporation Demolishes Massachusetts Bridge

Repeated battering from recent Nor'easters didn't stop the J.R. Vinagro Corporation from tearing down a portion of I-95 north and southbound over North Avenue in Attleboro, Mass., in March. The Johnston, R.I., company brought excavators equipped with shears and hydraulic hammers to demolish and remove 7,200-sq.-ft....


New J.R. Vinagro Corporation Facility Keeps Excess Trash Out of Landfills

The new 60,000 sq. ft. (5,574.2 sq m) J.R. Vinagro Corporation C&D processing and recycling facility provides a perfect view of the state’s landfill, just a dump truck ride away. A new J.R.Vinagro Corporation Processing Recycling Facility, unlike anything built in this state before, with its nearly 90 percent recycling rate, will become a critical mechanism for the state....






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