“The Under 40 in Construction Equipment Awards showcase young talent in the construction equipment industry. These young people, all under the age of 40 as of the end of the year, represent exciting potential for this industry.” Both RC Scull and Evan Walterman were nominated for the award of Under 40. Check out the news article from https://www.constructionequipment.com/under-40.
Get ready for roadwork! Construction began yesterday for phase 1 of the Jackson Boulevard Street, Storm, and Utility Improvements project. The project includes roadway rehabilitation, utility infrastructure replacement, safety, gateway corridor enhancements and streetscaping, preservation and enhancement of community character, and economic development. The substantial completion date is set for November 8, 2019 with the final completion date being June 1, 2020.
Those wishing to see detailed sequencing of each section of the phase 1 work can find updates at www.bhpioneer.com.
Congratulations to our employees for earning the 2018 Construction Industry Center Master Craftsmanship Awards for the East Idaho, Ivy & Nevada Street Reconstruction and Robbinsdale Park Reconstruction, Meadowbrook Elementary Drainage Improvements project, and the City of Summerset Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Filter & SBR Enclosure. Thank you for all your hard work!
Kristi Noem signed the bill that provides more than $19 million in state and federal funds to build the 58,000 SF National Readiness Guard Center. The facility will provide space for training, supplies, and administrative to support their training and drills and to do other functions.
We are sponsoring the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce March mixer on Tuesday, March 12th at Western Dakota Tech. Come explore their event center, watch demonstrations of their live simulators, and sign-up for your chance to win a door price.
RCS Construction is honored to receive two of the three Build South Dakota Awards at the annual AGC State Convention for the East Idaho Street/Robbinsdale Park Reconstruction Project and Meadowbrook Drainage Improvements Project. A special thanks to the AGC Chapter for selecting these projects and all of our subcontractors and suppliers for making it a success.
As we head into May 2018 RCS Construction has begun the demolition of the former food pantry building and the old Piggly Wiggly grocery. The building was located next to the YFS building on Adams Street.
The first phase of the expansion project is removing the existing structure from the lot and prepare the ground for the expansion of the Youth & Family Services facility. The project is close to $14 million. When complete it will add nearly 100,000sf to the current building.
Today is the exciting ground breaking ceremony for our Youth and Family Services E. Adams Street Facility Expansion project! Here's a little information about this project: Project Owner: Youth and Family Services Contract Amount: $8,642,000.00 Project Manager: Bob Conway Project Superintendent: Greg Nolan Project Description: The project consists of the removal of two existing buildings, significant site reconfiguration, new and maintenance of existing utility infrastructure, approximately 65,000 SF of new construction and approximately 10,000 SF of remodeled space.
Check out this short clip of our superintendent, Perry Vandesteeg, speaking a little bit about the 2018 Heart Ball. RCS is proud to sponsor such an amazing event! Working to eliminate cardiovascular diseases and strokes, one donation at a time!
We are very proud to announce that our Woodstave Penstock Replacement project in Spearfish, SD was the recipient of the 2017 AGC Build South Dakota Award! The recipient of this award is gifted with a $500.00 check made out to the charity of their choice and RCS chose to donate ours to the Youth and Family Services of Spearfish!
The City of Rapid City hosted the very first "Coffee with the City Planner" event yesterday. This function allowed the public to share their comments and concerns with the City Planning department in regards to the development of Rapid City. If you missed out on this meeting, they have another one planned in February! (Pictured above: News story by KEVN Black Hills Fox)