2016 Awards & Achievements | Recognition
Rieth-Riley is consistently recognized for their high level of quality in construction by statewide and national industry associations. These award winners are selected from project entries throughout Michigan, Indiana and even across the country. Each project is judged on multiple criteria including construction techniques, degree of difficulty, ride quality, size, and appearance. Our teams are committed to bring this outstanding quality to every job we do!
NAPA Quality in construction award – projects under 50,000 tons
M-66/M-55 - Bituminous Fiber-mat HMA overlay in Lake and Reeder Townships, Missaukee County,MI.
West Central Avenue from DeJauncy Street to Wilderness Park Drive, Mackinaw City, MI
APAM Award of merit Local Agency Project
Camp Daggett Road 0.50 mile North of Camp Sherwood Road to Stolt Road, Charlevoix County, MI
APAI Quality Pavement Award for Sports and Recreational Surface
Portage High School Track Reconstruction, Portage, IN– Full depth reclamation and repaving.
APAI Quality Pavement Award for Airports
Porter County Municipal Airport, Porter County, IN - Full depth reclamation and reconstruction of East/West runway.
NAPA Quality in Construction Award Projects Under 50,000 Tons & Green Pavements
APAM Award of Excellence in Projects 2500 tons to 10,000 tons
Kirtland Community College Science Center, Roscommon County, MI
APAM Award of Merit for Projects 10,000 to 30,000 Tons
Cascade Rd, from Hall St to Burton St, Kent Co.
APAM Award of Merit For Projects Over 30,000 Tons
40th Street/I94 Interchange, Galesburg, MI - Multi phased construction utilizing night lane closures and lane restrictions.