Reliable Would Like to Recognize. . .

reliable recognitionKudos: A big thank you goes out to our Anthony Johnson for once again representing Reliable in our community. This time the event was for Arundel High School’s graduation ceremony. Anthony delivered and set up the safety cones needed to organize the abundance of vehicles for graduation day.

On April 25th, Maryland Transportation Builders and Materials Association gathered at Michael’s 8th Avenue to recognize those in the contractor and aggregate industry who have achieved a level of success in safety. Among those nominated were a few of Reliable’s own. George White took home the award for working and overseeing the mining pits without incurring a lost time injury for the last 30 years with 150 thousand employee hours worked.Tom Porter and Mike Rachuba took home safety recognition awards as well.

We recently received a wonderful card from one of the neighbors to our plant. In it, the author writes, “For 40 years I have driven on Waugh Chapel Rd. and never once in that time has a Reliable Driver not been considerate in allowing me into the main lane or slowed us down at your entrance on Waugh Chapel Rd. The Reliable Drivers are considerate, patient, and practice good driving. My family and I salute each and every one of them. God bless and stay safe.” We know that we have the most Reliable drivers on the road, but it is so nice to receive recognition from the community we serve.

A big “thank you” goes out to each of our employees who strive to be a great representation of our company, both in our community and industry!

To find out more about our excellent Reliable team, or if you require Maryland asphalt services, please contact Anne Arundel County’s largest site-work contractor today by calling 410-987-0313 or visiting our website. You can also follow Reliable Contracting on Facebook and Twitter!

Reliable Contracting Company serves the following and surrounding counties: Annapolis, Queen Anne’s, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Calvert, Caroline, Charles, Howard, Prince George, St. Mary’s, Talbot, and Washington D.C.


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