Who We Are
Reynolds Construction, LLC, is an employee owned, customer focused, performance driven, service company providing sustainable solutions to the water, wastewater, and renewable energy sectors.
Our Long History
Reynolds Construction is the beneficiary of a rich heritage of success from predecessor businesses. Our legacy in water resource construction was started in the mid 1930's by John L. Reynolds, Sr. under the name John Reynolds & Sons.
That business first incorporated in Indiana as John Reynolds & Sons, Inc. in 1965, then later as Reynolds, Inc. in 1987. The company merged with Layne Christensen Company in, 2005, and in 2012, assumed the name Layne Heavy Civil, Inc. On May 1, 2017, the assets associated with this business were purchased back by management and the company began operations as Reynolds Construction, LLC.
What We Do
Reynolds delivers sustainable solutions to government agencies, industrial, and private clients by performing traditional Construction as well as Design-Build services of critical water and renewable energy infrastructure.
Reynolds builds water and wastewater treatment plants, water transmission and distribution pipelines, sewer collection systems, collector wells, surface water intakes, pumping stations, dams and reservoirs, hard rock tunnels and marine construction services – all in support of the nation's water infrastructure. Beyond water solutions, we offer design and construction of biogas facilities (anaerobic digesters) for the purpose of generating and capturing methane gas, an emerging renewable energy resource. Another area of focus is constructing industrial facilities including site grading, mass excavation, and fill and site restoration.
Reynolds typically self-performs 65-85% of our projects.
We self-perform the following:
- Site work
- Above/below grade piping
- Equipment installation
- Tunnels and shafts
- Cofferdams/ sheeting installation
- Caissons and lateral projection
Reynolds employs approximately 250 people, and over the last 30 years, the former and current operating groups have constructed more than 270 treatment plants, installed more than 19.1 million feet of pipeline, and contracted over $1.17 billion in Collaborative Delivery contracts including Design-Build, Design-Build-Operate, and Construction Management at Risk.