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From heavy highway and public landfills to master planned residential communities and mixed use commercial projects, Triangle Grading and Paving is North Carolina’s leader in major public and private construction and contracting services. Based in Burlington, N.C., we perform turnkey solutions for a diverse range of projects in the Carolinas and Virginia, including environment protection and rehabilitation. Whether it is:
Landscaping the urban streets in the cities of Durham, N.C. and Greensboro, N.C.,
Widening the Catawba County bypass in Lenoir, N.C.,
Constructing an aviation apron for Lynchburg (Va.) Regional Airport (LYH),
Triangle Grading and Paving always makes sure to get the job completed in a timely and safe manner, using as many recycled and green products as possible. Take a look at the services we have to offer
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Chapel Hill: Triangle Grading & Paving Inc. of Burlington started installing signs and removing trees Tuesday from South Columbia Street. The $4.6 million project will add bike lanes, sidewalks, a center-turn lane and bus pull-offs to a busy 0.8-mile stretch between Purefoy Road and Manning Drive.
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Burlington, NC – August 31, 2012
BURLINGTON, N.C. – A.D. “Jack” Bailey, vice president of Triangle Grading And Paving, Inc. ( http://www.trianglegradingpaving.com ), has announced that the company has entered into a mentor/protégé agreement with Palmetto Civil Group, LLC, a Charleston, S.C., firm owned by Joey H. Jefferson. Triangle will mentor Palmetto for an $8.87 million project at Camp Lejeune, N.C. for the 2nd Intel Headquarters Campus of the U.S. Marine Corps. Palmetto is a subcontractor for the project under Turner Construction Company, an international design build firm based in Washington, D.C. Under Triangle’s mentoring program, Palmetto will furnish project management and assist in the concrete paving. Triangle will perform most of the other site construction. The project is scheduled to be completed in two years. The experience between Palmetto and Triangle will help in performing the project on time and in budget. The two firms first teamed up previously on a taxiway extension project in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Triangle has long been known to foster relationships with minority firms to help them reach their goals of growth and maturity as self-sustaining construction companies. QUOTES: “We are excited about the mentor program and teaming up with Palmetto Civil Group again,” said Bailey “Both of our companies will gain a valuable experience from this project.” ABOUT TRIANGLE GRADING AND PAVING, INC.: Triangle Grading and Paving, Inc. based in Burlington, N.C., provides public and private construction and contracting services across the Carolinas. Triangle performs turnkey solutions for a diverse range of projects, from heavy highway and public landfills to master planned residential communities and mixed use commercial projects. Noteworthy projects include downtown redevelopments in the cities of Durham, N.C. and Greensboro, N.C., the Catawba County bypass in Lenoir, N.C., and the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill, N.C. For more information, visit the Triangle Grading and Paving website at http://www.trianglegradingpaving.com.
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BURLINGTON, NC, May 04, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — R. “Gray” Kirkpatrick, vice president of Triangle Grading And Paving, Inc. (http://www.trianglegradingpaving.com), has announced that the company recently received a $2.3 million contract from the Piedmont Triad International Airport to clear almost 60 acres of land, which will soon become home to a new Honda Aircraft Company facility. The Honda Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility will cover approximately 80,000 square feet and is part of Honda’s $80 million expansion, including the addition of 419 high-paying jobs that will become available over the next five years. Triangle previously has completed two separate projects for Honda Aircraft Company – one at its original Airport Executive Office complex in Greensboro, N.C., and another at its engine manufacturing facility in Burlington. The two project contracts totaled almost $4 million. Honda Aircraft Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Honda Motors Inc., was founded in 2006. The company is headquartered in Greensboro and operates more than 500,000 square feet of facility space for developing, producing, marketing and supporting the Honda Jet with Honda Jet dealers. Located at the center of North Carolina and the midpoint of the East Coast, Piedmont Triad International Airport (PTIA) services the Piedmont Triad region, situated between the cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point where I-40, I-85 and the future I-73 and I-74 converge. More than 4.5 million people live within a 90-minute drive of PTIA. The airport is part of a 4,000-acre campus, home to more than 50 companies that infuse an estimated $1 billion into the local community annually. QUOTES: “Triangle Grading and Paving is honored to have the opportunity to work with the Piedmont Triad International Airport in order to ensure that Honda Aircraft’s expansion of its facility is successful,” said Kirkpatrick. “We are committed to providing superior construction services to Honda throughout its upcoming development period and anticipate successful results.”
R. “Gray” Kirkpatrick, vice president of Triangle Grading And Paving, Inc. (http://www.trianglegradingpaving.com), has announced that the company donated $1,500 to Clayton Civitan Club’s Annual Gold Outing, a fundraising event where some of the proceeds go to the Special Olympics of Johnson County. The golf tournament was held on May 18.
The Special Olympics provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
QUOTES: “We are honored to give back to the community and donate to such a wonderful event for one of the best charity organizations in the state,” said Kirkpatrick. “We hope that everyone enjoyed themselves at the golf outing and that the Special Olympics of Johnston County will benefit from our donation.”