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Y names Reichardt top volunteer

Ryan Reichardt, Sealy YMCA board member, has been honored with the highest award given to volunteers.

Reichardt was voted volunteer of the year for the Sealy YMCA. Reichardt has been a board member for more than two years. In this short time he raised over $14,000 in community gifts. He was instrumental in securing two major gifts for the Sealy YMCA. The money raised in the YMCA’s annual campaign is used to provide financial assistance to families in the Sealy community. This assistance allows anyone, regardless of need, to participant in the Y’s programs. The Sealy YMCA offers afterschool, summer camp, karate, dance, group exercise, soccer, cheer, and basketball.

Reichardt was born and raised in Cat Spring. After graduating from Texas A&M University, he returned home to start his own construction business. He and his wife, Carla, have three sons - ages 7, 4, and 9 months. He never hesitates when asked to help the community, always striving to make things better for his boys and other youth.

In addition to the Sealy YMCA, he has given his time and talents to Sealy Little League as commissioner of PeeWee Baseball and All-Star coach, Austin County A&M Club as co-chair for the golf tournament and co-chair on the scholarship committee, as a Sealy ISD board trustee, at St. John Lutheran Church - Cat Spring and the Cat Spring Agricultural Society.

Reichardt exemplifies the mission of the YMCA and has a shared commitment to nurture the potential of all children. He gives of his time, talent, and treasure to allow all kids a chance to be involved in Y programs. He was presented his award on Nov. 19 at an awards ceremony and dinner at the Royal Sonesta.

 

 

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Reichardt Construction, LLC Named to the 6th Annual AGGIE 100

Honoring the Fastest Growing Aggie Owned or Managed Companies Worldwide

COLLEGE STATION, TX. (Friday, Oct. 22, 2010) – Reichardt Construction, LLC of Cat Spring, TX 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 number 24 on the list. This follows a ranking of number 7 for the award in 2009 which is considered an extraordinary feat for a company to remain on the list two years in a row.  The Aggie 100 honors graduates from across disciplines and is a program of the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship in Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School. 

Reichardt Construction, LLC. (TRCC # 35481) is based in Cat Spring, Texas and operated by Ryan Reichardt and Gwen Reichardt.  They provide comprehensive turnkey design/build services, construction management and general contracting services throughout the area.  They specialize in quality custom homes, barndominiums and metal buildings as well as offer services such as:  Blueprint Design, Site Selection, Septic and Water Well, Entrances and Driveways.  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 you may desire.  “Reichardt Construction has been blessed to have such excellent employees and customers which have been the foundation for our growth and success.”  says Ryan Reichardt.  “Receiving the award in consecutive years was unexpected and we will try to continue upon the reputation we have build these last eight years.”

The 100 Aggie-owned or managed companies with the highest compound annual revenue growth from 2007 to 2009 were recognized at a formal luncheon at Texas A&M University on Friday, Oct. 22, 2010.

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 Center for New Ventures and 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.”  (The Aggie Code of Honor: Aggies do not lie, cheat or steal or tolerate those who do.)

The Aggie 100 list in its entirety may be viewed at www.aggie100.com or check out Reichardt Construction, LLC for yourself at www.reichardtconstruction.com

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Reichardt Construction, LLC Named to the 5th Annual AGGIE 100
Honoring the Fastest Growing Aggie Owned or Managed Companies Worldwide

COLLEGE STATION, TX. (Friday, Nov. 6, 2009) – Reichardt Construction, LLC of Cat Spring, TX is among the top 100 companies named to the 5th 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 number 7 on the list. The Aggie 100 honors graduates from across disciplines and is a program of the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship in Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School.

Reichardt Construction, LLC. (TRCC # 35481) is based in Cat Spring, Texas and operated by Ryan Reichardt and Gwen Reichardt. They provide comprehensive turnkey design/build services, construction management and general contracting services throughout the area. They specialize in quality custom homes, barndominiums and metal buildings as well as offer services such as: Blueprint Design, Site Selection, Septic and Water Well, Entrances and Driveways. 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 you may desire. “Reichardt Construction has been blessed to have such excellent employees and customers which have been the foundation for our growth and success.” says Ryan Reichardt. “This award gives us perspective about the rapid success we have achieved and we will strive to continue on this course.”

The 100 Aggie-owned or managed companies with the highest compound annual revenue growth from 2006 to 2008 were recognized at a formal luncheon at Texas A&M University on Friday, Nov. 6, 2009. Ryan Reichardt also provided a lecture for the Professor Lindsey Higgen’s senior level economics class that morning.

“Texas A&M University and the Mays Business School’s Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship have built a tradition of pride among former students who have been named to the 2009 Aggie 100, as well as those who have made it any point in our history,” said Dr. Richard H. Lester, Executive Director of the Mays Business School’s Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship. “We are extremely proud to honor such fine businesses honored and even more proud that they speak to the legacy of the values Texas A&M instills in all of our students.”

The Aggie 100 list in its entirety may be viewed at www.aggie100.com or check out Reichardt Construction, LLC for yourself at www.reichardtconstruction.com

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