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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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