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- A.E.Y. breaks ground for new shop

The Young family, who own AEY Enterprises, , left to right, Aubrey Casella, Alicia Young, Michael Young, owner, and Brandon Young, break ground at the new facility in Macedon.By Tammy Whitacre, staff writer Messenger Post, Posted Apr 25, 2012 @ 05:06 AM

Macedon, N.Y. —Local officials joined representatives from A.E.Y. Enterprises at the company’s groundbreaking ceremony Friday morning, April 20.

A.E.Y. will begin building a new 10,000-square foot shop and office facility at what will become the company’s second location at 1607 Commons Parkway in Macedon. The company got its start in 1989 at 3051 Daansen Road in Walworth, “founded on integrity, commitment, hard work and is one of the areas most trusted excavating company.”

A.E.Y. provides delivery services for residential and commercial landscaping with regular deliveries scheduled for topsoil, sand, crushed stone and gravel, and mulch. The company also provides excavation, masonry work, construction, paving and concrete work for sidewalks and driveways, as well as performing patchwork for parking lots.

Expanding business needs and demands prompted the company to expand to a second location.
Company representatives said they hope to be in the new facility as soon as possible. Construction is expected to begin soon.

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