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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 Services. Geoff, who is from Mobile, Alabama, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from Auburn University and has been employed with R. K. Redding Construction, Inc. for over 10 years. Geoff and his wife, Sasha, live in Bremen with their daughter Morgan where they attend The First Baptist Church of Bremen.
R. Keith Redding, Jr. has been promoted to the position Vice-President of Preconstruction. Keith earned a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from Auburn University and has been an Estimator at R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. since 2004. Keith and his wife, Brooke, who reside in Bremen with their daughter Cindi Claire, are expecting triplets this fall.
"Richard, Geoff & Keith have played a pivotal role in the rapid but steady growth RKR has experienced in recent years and have exhibited leadership in the principles on which the firm was founded -- to safely deliver exceptional quality, for a fair price, in a timely manner. Complete owner satisfaction is our goal, which these three have fully embraced,” says Randall Redding.
Founded in 1991, R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. is a full service, multi-disciplinary Construction Management and General Construction Contracting firm licensed in 6 Southeastern states, delivering comprehensive construction services and solutions to its clients. RKR is active in many markets including, education, medical, religious, cultural, governmental, industrial and office/retail.

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