In September 2010, Reeves Construction Company, West Division, was awarded 10.669 miles of milling, inlay, plant mix resurfacing, single surface treatment paving and shoulder rehabilitation on SR 96 beginning west of CR139 and extending to CR83 near Fort Valley by the Georgia Department of Transportation.
R.B. Baker Construction has a long history of performing infrastructure improvements for the Georgia Port Authority, because of their technical knowledge of this type of work, their ability to plan work around the hectic pace of the port operations, and their commitment to exceeding their customers’ expectations. <a href=\"http://www.reevescc.com/georgia-port-authority/\">Read More</a>
Landfill construction is just one of the diverse work types performed by R.B. Baker Construction. The Wolf Creek Landfill in Dry Branch, Georgia, houses a 2.8 megawatt gas-to-electricity generation facility which serves the local area of Dry Branch. <a href=\"http://www.reevescc.com/wolfcreek-landfill-dry-branch-ga/\">Read More</a>
On May 7, 2012, Reeves Construction Company, Southeast Pavement Services, was awarded a $2,060,313 project at the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany, Georgia. The contract was awarded by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast Division to the prime contractor Arrow Construction Company as a design build project. <a href=\"http://www.reevescc.com/marine-base-albany/\">Read More</a>