Come See Us: 2017 F.I.E.R.O Symposium

We’re excited to share, along with Hughes Group Architects, our public safety center construction expertise at the 2017 F.I.E.R.O. Fire Station Design Symposium in Raleigh, N.C.

The Fire Industry Education Resource Organization (F.I.E.R.O.) ‘bring(s) together fire service leaders, architects, and contractors from around the country to learn from each other about one of the industry’s costliest investments and most cost-intensive resources.’

Come see us, September 25th-27th!


ENR: E.E. Reed Construction #47 Top Green Building Contractor in the Nation

We are proud to report being listed as 47th Top Green Building Contractor in the United States by the Engineering News-Record for 2017.

This is an improvement over last year’s listing at #52!

These awards demonstrate our abilities in the green construction space, supported by Project Managers and Superintendents with certifications and experience with LEED, and knowledge of green construction building practices throughout our firm.

See the full list here.

E.E. Reed Construction, L.P. In the News!: Premier Business Park

“…Phase one development began with ground breaking by general contractor E.E. Reed on April 10, 2017. Phase one is comprised of Buildings A and B, which total 290,000 square feet and is already partially pre-leased to two tenants…”

Read the full Potomac Local Article here!  (Click this link.)

E.E. Reed Savannah In the News!: Cane Bay YMCA Groundbreaking

Post-And-CourierFrom The Post and Courier article, May 22, 2017:

“The privately funded, $24 million project will include a wellness center, gym, indoor jogging track, pickleball courts, meeting spaces and a 25-yard indoor pool. The building will be surrounded by multipurpose fields, courts and trails.

“This state-of-the-art facility will create unmatched recreation and educational opportunities in Berkeley County,” said county Supervisor Bill Peagler. “This is a great addition to an already wonderful community and will further enhance the quality of life for residents of all ages.”

“Everything fell into place at the right time, although maybe not so much for people living in that community who have been waiting,” said Paul Stoney, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Charleston. “But we would rather have it take a little longer and give the community what is going to be of the most impact as opposed to rush it and not have the quality that we would like to have.”

Read the full article by visiting this link: Post and Courier Article



In addition, Live 5 News’ Raphael James and Lisa Weismann were on-site for the June 2nd groundbreaking!  Check out Raphael’s post about the event with a few pictures here: Raphael James’ Facebook Post


Thanks Raphael and Lisa for helping to make this a special event!  A few pictures from Raphael’s Facebook post: