COLLEGE STATION – Reichardt Construction LLC of Cat Spring is among the top 100 companies named to the 6th Annual Aggie 100 honoring the fastest-growing companies in the world owned or operated by Texas A&M University former students.
Reichardt Construction LLC was recognized as No. 67 on the list. This follows a ranking of No. 7 for the award in 2009 and number 21 in 2010. A three-time recipient is a rarity which should be celebrated. The Aggie 100 honors graduates from across disciplines and is a program of the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship in Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School.
Reichardt Construction LLC. is based in Cat Spring and is operated by Ryan Reichardt and Gwen Reichardt.
They provide comprehensive turnkey design/build services, construction management and general contracting services throughout the area. They attribute their success in the past to a straight forward business method where honesty and integrity hold the highest regard. They also pride themselves in a smooth, quick and efficient construction process, while never rushing any behind the scenes phase which might affect quality.
They understand that they are building your dreams and do everything possible to accommodate every detail a customer may desire.
“Reichardt Construction has been blessed to have such excellent employees and customers which have been the foundation for our growth and success.” Ryan Reichardt said. “Receiving the award first in consecutive years and now six years later was unexpected and we will try to continue upon the reputation we have build these last fifteen years.”
The 100 Aggie-owned or managed companies with the highest compound annual revenue growth from 2014 to 2016 were recognized at a formal luncheon at Texas A&M University on Oct. 27, 2017.
The Aggie 100 demonstrates the leadership and work ethic Texas A&M instills in its Former Students,” said Dr. Richard H. Lester, Executive Director of the Mays Business School’s McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship. “We are extremely proud that our Aggie 100 list proves that good businesses can and do continue to grow throughout challenging economic times while staying true to the Aggie Code of Honor.”