February 12, 2013 | By admin |
George Reed and wife, Rose, begin paving driveways in the greater Stanislaus County area. This husband and wife business later became George Reed, Inc.
George Reed, Inc. performs construction projects from Merced to Sacramento and from the Central Valley to the summits of the Sierra.
Wendell Reed joins George Reed, Inc. on a full-time basis with his father George.
Third and fourth generations of the Reed family continue the company philosophy.
Beerman & Jones Company is acquired along with Tuolumne Transit Mix. This is the origin of the Sonora Division.
George Reed, Inc. can supply both raw aggregates such as rock, concrete, and asphalt, as well as bid and build projects.
Neilsen’s Sand and Gravel Company is acquired. This is now known as Tuolumne/Calaveras Transit Mix.
The San Andreas plant is a high volumne computer-controlled batch plant.
Munn & Perkins plant and surrounding ranch lands acquired; key material processing plant provides materials to the public and George Reed’s Modesto Construction Division.
Munn & Perkins, and the Modesto Division tackle large and small roadway reconstruction. Reed’s expertise satisfies even the most demanding client’s specifications.
Claude C. Wood Company is acquired. This is the origin of Reed’s Lodi Division.
Lodi Division performs multi-million dollar public and private contracts. On-going project include the Bradshaw Road Widening in Sacramento.
Blasingame property on J59 near Merced is acquired.
George Reed, Inc. has upgraded the former Blasingame site with new crushing and aggregate producing equipment.
The Merced Division with the newest portable hot plant resurfaces 32 miles of Interstate 5 near Los Banos with Asphalt-Rubber Concrete.
George Reed, Inc. continues its tradition of quality materials and quality construction.