Congratulations to Richard Wood! Richard’s name was drawn for submitting a Close Call Report.
The Safety Champions for the month of September are Randy Lambert and BJ Thompson. Randy and BJ were both “Good Samaritans” when they witnessed vehicle incidents, stopped, contacted emergency services, and assisted the injured people until EMS arrived. Thanks to both Randy and BJ for their willingness to help others!
We have completed the underground plumbing and water for the new duplex. Our team worked hard with shovels and digging irons to install the under-slab plumbing. Special thanks to Warren Arnold, Matt Landes, Jamey Barnhart, Erin Turner and Kirk Adams for volunteering to help with this project. The concrete floor can now be poured, followed by framing of…
We’re honored to be recognized by the Associated General Contractors of America for having a zero incident rate in 2019. Safety has always been a focus of ours, and we’re proud of our team for their dedication to working safely every day.
This year marks a milestone for the RBI Team – 80 years of providing quality service to our clients and the community. So much has changed over the years as technology, tools, and systems have evolved, but our commitment to service, safety, and quality remain the same. Thank you for an amazing first 80 years,…
Being involved in our community is an important part of our mission at RBI, so when we were approached by Central Valley Habitat for Humanity to help with this project, we immediately said, “Sign us up.” This duplex will be the 3rd and 4th Habitat houses that we have contributed our resources to. We understand the…
Congratulations to Joseph Magno!
The Safety Champions for the month of June are Dwayne Talghadar and Jason Stanley. They applied 5×5 and eliminated an electrical hazard by using a gas-powered pump to pump out water in an underground data room.
The Safety Champion for the Month of March is Keith Lantz. Keith observed an employee from another contractor trip due to a protruding concrete nail following demo work. Keith hammered all the nails in order to eliminate the tripping hazard.
Congratulations to Hunter McConnell!