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State Superintendent Barge Visits Marion Project

John Barge, Superintendent of Georgia Schools spoke briefly at the site of the new Marion County Middle/High School preceding a tour of the facility that is expected to open for the 2012-2013 school year. View full article from the Americus Times-Recorder here . View this project at the R.K. Redding website Marion County Middle/High School  page.

RKR Assists ABBA House Women's Shelter

View the full article at the Abba House webpage here .

Trinka Davis Foundation Board Visits Project

The Trinka Davis Foundation Board along with its representatives from Regions Bank in Birmingham, joined representatives of the project Architect, Peacock Partnership, and General Contractor, R.K. Redding Construction, Inc., for a walk-through of the Trinka Davis Veteran’s Village project on Thursday, September 22.  The facility, to be managed by the US Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs, is completely funded by a donation of the Foundation and will provide a community outpatient clinic, as well as an assisted living facility, for area veterans. From Left to Right: Bill Weeks, Fred Kelley, Kirk Dortch, Leah Scalise, Laura Wainright, John Gardner, Nancy Hughes. View this project at the R.K. Redding website  Trinka Davis Veterans Village  page.

R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. Promotes Three

RKR President/CEO, Randall Redding, looks to the future by promoting three from within. Bremen, GA (PRWEB) July 18, 2011 President/CEO Randall K. Redding Randall K. Redding, President/CEO of  R.K. Redding Construction, Inc.  is pleased to announce the following promotions: Executive Vice-President, Richard H. Lusk will now also serve as the company’s Chief Operating Officer. Born and raised in Bremen, Richard graduated from Georgia Tech in 1993 with a degree in Building Construction and has been employed with R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. for 18 years. Richard and his wife, Lori, reside in Waco, GA with their two daughters, Leah and Julia. He is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Bremen and serves on the Haralson County Chamber Board of Directors, the H.A. Jones Elementary School Parent’s Council and the Bremen High School Technical Advisory Committee. Senior Project Manager, Geoff Smith, will now also serve as the firm’s Vice-President of Construction Ser

PCHS Addition Project Wins First Place 2011 AGC Award

"R.K. Redding Consturction, Inc.'s project Paulding County High School Addition was a First Place winner of a 2011 AGC Build Georgia Award in the Constructio Management category at the annual AGC Conference in Destin, Florida. The project also won a Merit Award for Best Sustainable Building Practices? Randall Redding, center, shown accepting awards from AGC/GA Chapter Pres., Gary Newel, and AGC/GA Exec. VP, Mike Dunham. View this project at the R.K. Redding website Paulding County High School  page.

Marion County Hosts State Officials on Tour of New School

  View PDF of this article from the Stewart Webster Journal Patriot-Citizen.

RKR Breaks Ground on Bremen Schools Performing Arts Center

Members of the Bremen City Schools Board of Education are joined by Superintendent Dr. David Hicks, as well as representatives from RKR and Architect, Southern A&E. View this project at the R.K. Redding website Hamilton-McPherson Performing Arts Center  page.

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle Speaks at WGTC Coweta Groundbreaking

Georgia Lt. Governor, Casey Cagle, speaks at the April 29 groundbreaking ceremony for West Georgia Technical College's Allied Health Building at its new Coweta County Campus for which RKR was selected as CM.

WGTC Coweta Campus Groundbreaking set for April 29

View PDF of this article from the Times-Herald of Newnan, Georgia. View this project at the R.K. Redding website WGTC Allied Health Care Building page.

RKR Breaks Ground on Paulding County Middle School #9

Members of the Paulding County School District Board of Education were joined by representatives of PCSD Administration, R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. and Roberston Loia Roof Architects on March 16, 2011 to break ground on a new middle school. View this project at the R.K. Redding website P.B. Ritch Middle School page.