2015 was a year of…


Thinking outside the box is true for Reeves Young’s community efforts, as well as our projects…

Superintendent Doug Parsons started attending the Atlanta Dream Center church on Ralph McGill Blvd. while working on the local Historic Fourth Ward Park project for Reeves Young. Five years later, Doug’s elderly neighbor in Acworth needed reliable transportation (instead of his tractor) to get to doctor’s appointments. Doug Parsons helped Reeves Young donate a pick-up truck to the church in exchange for the church providing a nearly new and fuel-efficient Toyota car for the neighbor!

Reeves Young was also a sponsor of the North Gwinnett High School Hall of Fame wall which celebrates students who went on to become all-state athletes.  We also sponsored the girl’s volleyball team.

And if it ever gets cold this winter (!) check out the Sugar Hill ice skating rink- Reeves Young was a sponsor and donated in-kind services to make the rink possible. Learn More.



In 2015, the WaterHub at Emory University became a SIX time award winner! The latest award was from the Urban Land Institute – Virginia for 2015 Innovative Deal of the Year. Reeves Young also received recognition from Holder Construction for our sitework effort on the new Atlanta Mercedes-Benz stadium project.



Reeves Young completed the new campus and first academic building for Gwinnett Technical College’s new Alpharetta location. We were also awarded construction of the Roxy Theater and a four-story office building for The Battery-the live-work-play community being built in conjunction with the Atlanta Braves stadium in Cobb County, GA.




All work and no fun makes Reeves Young a dull company! This year the team showed their true competitive side at the second annual Halloween party. Competition was stiff, but the baby took the cake!


We’re looking forward to 2016- aren’t you!