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Mill Town Music Hall's 'Ship Has Come In' with Clint Black Appearance

Legendary Country Music performer takes stage on Sept. 20, for an intimate acoustic evening of music
Bremen, GA. - Mill Town Music Hall is excited to announce that country music superstar Clint Black will be performing with his acoustic band on its stage on Friday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Black is a prolific singer-songwriter who has long been heralded as one of Country music's brightest stars. To date, Black has written, recorded and released more than a 100 songs, a benchmark in any artist's career. Mill Town Music Hall focuses on wholesome, family-friendly music and events and is located conveniently off I-20 in Bremen (1031 Alabama Avenue).
R. K. Redding Construction (RKR) of Bremen, a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm, is the premiere sponsor for the Clint Black concert. RKR commissioned West Georgia's own Steve Penley to paint a portrait of Black that will be presented to the performer at Mill Town Music …

R. K. Redding Construction Builds on Success

by Winning Associated General Contractors of America Awards
The Trinka Davis Veterans Village takes top honor in construction division and merits in best sustainable building practices division.
[ Printable Press Release ]
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC (June 11, 2013) – R. K. Redding Construction (RKR) of Bremen, Georgia, a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm, received two awards from AGC Georgia, the statewide chapter of The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. (AGC of America) at its “Build Georgia” award ceremony in Hilton Head Island, SC. The firm’s work on the Trinka Davis Veteran’s Village was recognized with a First Place Award in the construction division and a Merit Award for best sustainable practices. 
“The Trinka Davis project was an exciting and humbling one for RKR, since we knew this facility would serve as a home to many military veterans in the area,” said Randall Redding, President/CEO of RKR. “We are…

Roopville Road Baptist Church Addition

This RKR project has a Gopro with a Time Lapse adapter. We will be able to leave it in place until project completion, so we should end up with a nice start to finish video at the end of the project.






View this project at the R.K. Redding Roopville Road Baptist Church Additionwebsite page.

R. K. Redding Construction Team Wins Numerous Safety Awards

4/10/2013 - R. K. Redding Construction (RKR), a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm, had seven of its supervisors receive the prestigious Ron Amerson Supervisors’ Safety Award from the AGC Georgia, the statewide Chapter of The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. (AGC of America) at the 17th annual award ceremony.

The Ron Amerson Supervisors' Safety Awards program is designed to recognize AGC of America members' supervisors for outstanding contributions to safety on their jobsites. The measurement criterion is based on safety incidence rates for individual supervisors in conjunction with actual man-hours directly supervised by each employee. Only those supervisors who showed a commitment to outstanding safety are eligible.

The following RKR Supervisors were honored (and met the requirements of zero accidents and a minimum number of man-hours supervised in 2012):


Tyler Eley
John Fincher
Ed Hanson
Jim Millsap
Tra…

Construction Firm Directs Its Focus

March 5, 2013 - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Vinings construction executive Randall Redding doesn’t build single-family homes, so his company has weathered the recession better than most.

And the 58-year-old owner of R.K. Redding Construction thinks many of his friends in the industry who’ve suffered may have reason to smile again soon. Housing prices are rising, homes are selling and real estate agents are starting to hammer more "for sale" signs into front yards.

He sees residential activity as a key economic indicator for his $50 million Bremen-based company, which builds churches, schools, factories, health care structures and government facilities, among other things.

Redding, who started out busing dishes in his family's restaurant, has learned to read the tea leaves that are important for his company. Churches, for example, launch building projects in downturns because the pews fill up with jittery people, so they need more space, he said.


Q: How have you done i…