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ATS Mobility & Greer Excavating changing the face of GRCP - ALBUM

BUSINESS NEWS By Ed Waggener

A major reshaping of the landscape in Green River Commerce Park is underway. "We're really moving dirt," ATS Mobility/Wilkerson Auto Transport CEO Robin Wilkerson alerted CM yesterday.

The contract for the mammoth project was awarded to Greer Excavating of Knifley. It will take approximately one month to complete.

A few photo(s) are included with this all-too-brief intro to the project, accessed by clicking on the headline.



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ATS Mobility & Greer Excavating changing the face of GRCP - I



2018-06-14 - Green River Commerce Park, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Robin Wilkerson, CEO of ATS Mobility and Wilkerson Transport and Greer Excavating of Knifley, KY started, on Wednesday, June 12, 2018, what is projected to be a month-long project reshaping the Campbellsville Road frontage of Green River Commerce Park in one of the largest and most rapidly completed such projects in Adair County history. When completed, the hill on the right will be lowered by some 20 ft, and the area on the left hand side of the road will be raised.

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ATS Mobility & Greer Excavating changing the face of GRCP - II



2018-06-14 - Green River Commerce Park, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
In the background, at the highest point of the north side of the entrance to Green River Commerce Park, a big Greer Excavating pan can be seen at the peak, at a point which will be approximately 20 feet lower when the project is complete, a milestone expected to happen within one month, according to ATS Mobility/Wilkerson Auto Transport's Rob Wilkerson. Wilkerson said that another building in the complex, with additional jobs added, will follow the site work.

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ATS Mobility & Greer Excavating changing the face of GRCP - III



2018-06-14 - Green River Commerce Park, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
A Greer Excavating pan carries another load of dirt removed from the north side of Commerce Drive to the south side, from land originally purchased from the Adair County Economic Development Authority to land purchased from Henry Sandusky which fronts on Campbellsville Road. - EW

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ATS Mobility & Greer Excavating changing the face of GRCP - IV



2018-06-14 - Green River Commerce Park, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Greer Excavating of Knifley, KY, a firm more famed for site work in huge firms in Dunnville, KY, took time out to take care of urgent site work needed to keep ATS on track in its expansion in Green River Commerce Park. Greer Excavating is owned by Greg Greer. When the projected month long site work is done, ATS Mobility/Wilkerson Transport plans to build another manufacturing facility, which may see the companies' employment increasing to 50 people. Right now, employment is maintained in the 41-45 range. ATS Mobility converts Toyotas, Fords, Ram/Dodge/Chrysler vehicles for assisted transportation for patients needing wheelchair lifts. - EW

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