Vineland Construction Co. is excited to announce it’s newest acquisition: a newly constructed Caliber Collision in Burleson, Texas. This is a 14,600sf facility located on 2.36 acres at a new regional power center in the Dallas suburbs.
Vineland Construction Co. discussed 2021 construction trends and forecasts with South Jersey Biz in their April “On the Job” article. https://www.southjerseybiz.net/article/1919/On-the-Job
It was a great day for a ribbon cutting last week and we were thrilled to be joined at the new Starbucks in #Vineland by leadership at Vineland Construction Co. including Anne Koons and John Krauser, #Vineland Mayor Anthony Fanucci, Cumberland County Commissioner Director Joe Derella, Brian Rehm of Archetto, and company management and staff from #Starbucks. Look for the grand opening […]
Vineland Construction Co. is excited to announce it’s newest acquisition: a two-tenant retail building in Locust Grove, Georgia. This 5,950sf building is home to a new Starbucks with drive-thru and Peachtree Immediate Care, part of the Emory Healthcare Network.
Vineland Construction Co. is proud to welcome Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Southern Regional Child Care Resource & Referral Agency to our newly renovated office building at 228 W. Landis Ave. in Vineland, NJ.
Vineland Construction Co. is proud to welcome IBC Technologies, a subsidiary of Rheem Manufacturing Company, to our new Station Business Park in the Historic Borough of Lawnside, NJ. Scott Mertz (NAI Mertz) and Dan McGovern & Susan Thomas (CBRE) worked to bring IBC to our new Class A flex park. IBC will be […]
Bernard A. Brown, the visionary behind National Freight, Inc., one of the oldest trucking companies in the United States and the predecessor to the third-party logistics leader NFI, died Thursday, at the age of 96, at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Mr. Brown was formerly from Philadelphia and Vineland, New Jersey. Born in […]
Just down the road from UPS and Fed Ex, our Historic Borough of Lawnside Station Business Park location can easily meet all of your logistics needs. In 1840 the land developed as Lawnside was purchased by Abolitionists for freed and escaped slaves. On April 20, 1926, all who could, passed through the doors of the […]