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Strong Foundations | April 2017


A message from Randall Redding

Spring is in the air and I’m so glad to see new life appear along with warmer temperatures. It's with great pleasure that we present our latest Strong Foundations newsletter.

Our first article in this edition focuses on how to decide which building construction system is right for you. Each of the systems we profile has earned its proven place in the design and construction industry. There are unique budget, schedule, aesthetics, durability and operation cost considerations associated with each system.  

We also offer an interesting Q&A interview with Mr. Mike Jett, Vice President & Plant Manager of Honda Precision Parts of Georgia.  Mike shares some of the core principles that have guided him throughout his career while in Japan, as well as in the USA.

I also want to congratulate the RKR team on recently being recognized as one of the Top Workplaces in Georgia by The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

I hope 2017 is shaping up to be a great year for you and as always, we thank you for your friendship and support.

Respectfully,



Randall K. Redding, President & CEO

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Chat with Mike Jett

Mike Jett, Vice President of Honda Precision Parts of Georgia, has been with Honda for 34 years. As manager of the entire business of operations at the facility, he drives them towards the core characteristics which they work toward every day. Click below to read the Q&A transcript.

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What Building Construction System Is Right For You?

You have been planning for a new building for months, maybe years, and now the stars have aligned and you have the property you need and the funding to build your facility, but, do you know what construction system is right for you and your project?

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