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At Reiman Corp., safety is not just a slogan; it is something we live by.


Safety is the responsibility of every employee in this company. No project will ever become so routine or urgent that we fail to observe every safety precaution. Reducing personal injury and damage to equipment and property remains a goal of Reiman Corp.  We constantly aim to provide a safe environment to all personnel, property and the public in every aspect of our work. Reiman Corp.’s safety policy is to perform our work in the safest manner possible consistent with good, economically sound construction practices.
  • Wyoming Contractor's Association
    Safety Award
    First Place for the Building Category - 2006
  • Wyoming Contractor's Association
    Safety Award
    Certificate for Heavy and Highway - 2006

 

 

 

News

Vandehei Interchange Project

http://www.wyomingnews.com/articles/2011/03/10/news/01top_03-10-11.txt

Norris Viaduct Award

http://www.cheyennecity.org/DocumentView.aspx?DID=4290

Dinneen Renovation & Addition Project for Downtown Cheyenne

http://www.wyomingbusinessreport.com/article.asp?id=56011

Reiman Corp Featured in Construction Today

Construction Today magazine cover

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Awards

  • Norris Viaduct
    Wyoming Engineering Society's Project of the Year Award 2010

 

  • Cheyenne Depot Plaza
    Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association
    Award for Excellence - 2005

  • Warren Federal Credit Union
    Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
    Beautification Award - 2003

  • Ed Murray & Sons
    Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
    Beautification Award - 2003

  • Capitol Avenue Reconstruction Phase I & II
    American Concrete Pavement Association
    National Award for Excellence in Concrete Pavement - 2002

  • Capitol Avenue Reconstruction Phase I & II
    Concrete Association of Wyoming
    Award for Excellence Transportation Category - 2002

  • Capitol Avenue Phase I & II Reconstruction and Streetscape Improvements
    Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association
    Award for Excellence - 2002

  • United Medical Center Parking Structure
    Rocky Mountain Chapter American Concrete Institute
    Award for Excellence - 1999

  • Cheyenne Parking Structure
    Wyoming Engineering Society
    Honorable Mention for Project of the Year - 2005

 

The firm was founded by W.R. (Bob) Reiman, who enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II after graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a Civil Engineering degree . He was assigned to a "Seabeas" unit in the Philippines, where he met Bill Lowe, a serviceman from Billings, Montana. Reiman joined Lowe and Russ Riedesel, another builder from Billings, in a business partnership after the war.

Reiman became managing member of Riedesel-Lowe, the company they formed in Cody, Wyoming, in April 1948. The firm moved to Cheyenne in 1950 to build the Barrett Building. Reiman has maintained its headquarters in Cheyenne ever since.

Through ownership changes, Riedesel-Lowe Co. became Riedesel-Reiman Co., Reiman-Wuerth Co., Reiman Construction Co., Engineered Structures of Wyoming, Inc. and finally Reiman Corp.

Today, Reiman Corp. is owned and operated by Reiman's three sons -- Tom, Wally and R.C. Tom, a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a degree in Civil Engineering, serves as the firm's President. Wally is the Executive Vice President and Project Manager. R.C. is Chief Financial Officer and runs the daily operations of the firm. The family tradition is being carried on with the hiring of the third generation of the Reiman family. Scott Reiman, son of Tom, a Colorado State University graduate with a degree in Construction Management, joined the company in January 2005. Lauren Fodor, daughter of Wally, a Northern Arizona University graduate with a degree in Construction Management joined the company in June of 2005.  Kurt Reiman, son of Tom, a Colorado State University graduate with a degree in Consturction Management, joined the company in April of 2007.

As the area's economy has changed over the years, so has Reiman Corp.'s business. Until the early 1980s, the firm was primarily a commercial building contractor. At that time, the Wyoming economy began declining and the Reiman's knew that in order to succeed, they would need to expand their services.

"When construction started on the interstate highway, we took advantage of the opportunity to do bridgework," W.R. (Bob) said. "We were experienced in working with concrete and steel, so we knew we could build bridges." R.C. says "Throughout the 80's into the early 2000's, bridge construction became our mainstay."

Through it all, Reiman Corp. credits its success to its employees. "We've been fortunate and have had very good people who've worked for us for years," R.C. said. "One of our employees is retiring in 2005 after 47 years with our firm. And we've had a number of people with similar longevity."

When asked what's next for Reiman Corp., R.C. says the firm will continue doing what it does best: "We plan to continue building Wyoming and bridging the Rockies well into the future."
 
 

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2400 West College Drive
P.O. Box 1007
Cheyenne, WY 82003
(307) 632-8971
Fax - (307) 632-8972
info@reimancorp.com
2400 West College Drive
P.O. Box 1007
Cheyenne, WY 82003
Phone: (307) 632-8971
Fax: (307) 632-8972

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