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U.S. DOT Releases 30-Year Transportation Outlook

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx unveiled Beyond Traffic, a new forward-looking analysis from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) outlining the trends that are likely to shape the needs of the nation’s transportation system over the next three decades. Beyond Traffic is offered to the public as a draft to ignite a national conversation about […]

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Learning to Save A Life

The Augusta Division, North Region, held CPR and First Aid training in early January of 2015. The class was led by Dan Larrabee, Safety Manager, North Division. Although it is our company policy that every jobsite have employees certified in CPR and First Aid, we also know the importance of giving our employees the knowledge and ability to […]

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Be Safe Traveling on the Roads During the Holidays

Every year during the holiday season TV, radio, newspapers and others talk a lot about the hazards of drunk driving and remind us to be careful. Extra police are on the streets and many cities set up sobriety checkpoints to catch drunk drivers on nights when there are likely to be more parties. This extra […]

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House Members Launch Highway Trust Fund Support Effort

Representatives Reid Ribble (R-Wis.), Dan Lipinski (D-Ill.), Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) and Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) are working to demonstrate the support that exists in the House for a long-term HTF revenue plan. They are asking all House members to join them in signing a letter to the bipartisan House leadership, which states: “We are united in […]

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Reeves North Division Sponsors Highschool Students Workforce Development Skills Challenge

On November 20, the Augusta Exchange Club Fairgrounds felt like a construction work site with the smells of sawdust and buzzing of power tools in the air as high school students participated in the first East Georgia Workforce Development Alliance Skills Challenge where Reeves Construction Company and American General Contractor Association of Georgia were one […]

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Cold Weather Safety

We always hear about how to protect ourselves during the hot summer months on the job site but we also have to remember to protect ourselves during the winter cold weather as well. In cold temperatures you begin to lose heat faster than you can produce it. Prolonged exposure to cold may result in hypothermia, […]

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Safe Holiday Traveling

The National Safety Council estimates 418 traffic fatalities and another 44,700 injuries requiring medical attention may occur from car crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. It is estimated that 153 lives will be saved Thanksgiving weekend because of people wearing their safety belts. Evaluation of Recent Thanksgiving Day Holiday Period Estimates Year Estimate 90% Confidence […]

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Reeves Offers CGTC Students Hands-On Simulator Training

Charlie Stewart, Corporate Equipment Trainer, and Eddie Wright, West Region Sales Manager, with Reeves Construction Company, attended a High School Vocational Fair at Central Georgia Technical College in Macon, GA, on October 24, 2014. The event was sponsored by the Associated General Contractors of Georgia. More than 300 students attended the fair! Reeves Construction offered hand’s-on […]

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Boy Scouts Visit Augusta Office and Job Site to Earn Badge

On Thursday November 6 and 8, 2014, Eagle Scouts, Greg Hamilton,  Estimator, and Tony Yawn,  Project Engineer, both of  Reeves Construction, held a class for the Webelos Pack 2 based out of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Evans, GA. Reeves, along with our Eagle Scouts, wanted to help the boys earn their  Engineer Activity […]

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An Update for the Asphalt Pavement Industry

With long-term federal infrastructure investment in the balance, the results of the 2014 mid-term elections have given NAPA and the asphalt pavement industry new opportunities and challenges in securing a guaranteed revenue source for the ailing Highway Trust Fund. Both the 113th Congress’s lame-duck session that starts later this month and 114th Congress that starts […]

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