I have “before and after” photos that validate the decision to employ the services of R.W. Allen. Besides the obvious quality of their work, it was their attention to detail and respect for my budget that impressed me most. In addition, I put them under a lot of pressure to complete the project in a short time frame. Due to their solid reputation with subcontractors and governmental departments, the goal was met with time to spare. At the present time, I am searching for a suitable site in Savannah. When I find it, I will be partnering with R.W. Allen, again. They proved their worth and there is no questioning their integrity.

Len Collins | President Georgia State Floral Distributors

The end result is 40,000 square feet of the most beautiful worship space you have ever seen to give glory to our Lord. Our contractor was R.W. Allen, who is based in Augusta. Nine years ago, they built our first two buildings on our property. These two buildings were a 30,000 square foot Parish Life Center and a 20,000 square foot, 12 classroom education building. R.W. Allen and John Martin did such an exceptional job back then; that we, without hesitation chose them to build our church.

Jerry Baine | Building Committee Chair St. Teresa of Avilia

"It is easy to find construction management firms that produce great brochures and slick presentations. It is difficult to find construction management firms who deliver. R.W. Allen, LLC delivers."

Bill Mitchell, Ph.D. | Project Manager Facilities Design and Construction, SPLOST Office, Clarke County School District

"I can say without hesitation that this project was very successful because of the leadership of the R. W. Allen team. They were chosen to do it because of our experience with them on previous projects, and they lived up to our expectations."

A Wayne Hill AWH Consulting Group, Inc.

"Since the beginning of this partnership, the Sheriff’s Office personnel - from the original Design Team to the Command Staff - have found R. W. Allen to be a group of hardworking professionals at every level. It is quite obvious that this company has had the best interest of tax dollars at heart since the onset of the project."

Major William E. ”Gene” Johnson, Bureau Commander Courts & Detention Services Bureau Richmond County Sheriff’s Office

"R. W. Allen is probably the best contractor we have worked with in terms of delivering a job on time, under budget, and with no hassle for the owner in terms of change order or time extension requests. From the general office staff to their field superintendents, they are a pleasure to work with."

Kyle E. Howell, Vice President Support and Facilities Services University Health Care System

"We could not be more proud to be associated with R. W. Allen, LLC, and admittedly even prouder to call their entire staff friends of our organization."

J. William Douglas, Jr., President Athens First Bank and Trust

"Facilitating the demands of our citizens, R. W. Allen, LLC went above and beyond our request and held town hall meetings to provide instructions and direction to local tradesmen who wished to bid on the project... They have diligently shown the desire and enthusiasm to deliver the Government Services Center, which will be the staple in our revitalized downtown..."

Kenneth L. Usry, Mayor City of Thomson, Georgia

"I especially appreciated the fact that my own personal input was always taken into consideration. I felt like an actual team member and not just the guy writing checks for the project. “Building exceptional spaces by focusing on relationships,” is the slogan for R. W. Allen and I can attest to the fact that they truly do live up to that slogan."

Mike Montarbo, Owner Evans Fitness Club

"I have never experienced a team so committed to the focused goal, while paying so much individual attention to the end customer. I would unconditionally recommend RW Allen for any construction project."

Paul Cramer, Executive Director The Classic Center Authority
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Check out this great article from the Augusta Chronicle about the 2018 Skills Challenge!

We had an absolute blast putting together this year's event and look forward to next year! Thank you to all the instructors, volunteers, and vendors for their help. And a big thank you to ALL the students who attended and participated.

Stay tuned for a photo album recapping the event. #SkillsThatBuild

https://www.augustachronicle.com/news/20181115/augusta-area-students-show-off-their-trade-skills
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R.W. Allen Construction, LLC shared Augusta Economic Development Authority's post.4 weeks ago
Thank you to Silver Sheet Metal Inc for inviting us to the Skills Challenge competition! Eleven high schools and about 80 students competed in the East Georgia Workforce Development Alliance Skills Challenge. Students competed in welding, masonry, carpentry, electrical and plumbing, and winners received tools related to their trade. Scott Clark, president and CEO of R.W. Allen Construction, LLC said the goal of the event is to spark an interest in skills trades. Last year, about $22,000 was donated to the participating schools. Read the article here: https://www.augustachronicle.com/news/20181115/augusta-area-students-show-off-their-trade-skills
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R.W. Allen Construction, LLC
R.W. Allen Construction, LLC4 weeks ago
Check out this great article from the Augusta Chronicle about the 2018 Skills Challenge!

We had an absolute blast putting together this year's event and look forward to next year! Thank you to all the instructors, volunteers, and vendors for their help. And a big thank you to ALL the students who attended and participated.

Stay tuned for a photo album recapping the event. #SkillsThatBuild

https://www.augustachronicle.com/news/20181115/augusta-area-students-show-off-their-trade-skills
R.W. Allen Construction, LLC
R.W. Allen Construction, LLC shared Augusta Economic Development Authority's post.4 weeks ago
Thank you to Silver Sheet Metal Inc for inviting us to the Skills Challenge competition! Eleven high schools and about 80 students competed in the East Georgia Workforce Development Alliance Skills Challenge. Students competed in welding, masonry, carpentry, electrical and plumbing, and winners received tools related to their trade. Scott Clark, president and CEO of R.W. Allen Construction, LLC said the goal of the event is to spark an interest in skills trades. Last year, about $22,000 was donated to the participating schools. Read the article here: https://www.augustachronicle.com/news/20181115/augusta-area-students-show-off-their-trade-skills
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Event at Augusta fairground tests students’ trade skills | The Augusta Chronicle

On November 19, students from 11 different high school technical programs statewide participated in the East Georgia Workforce Development Alliance Skills Challenge in construction-related competition ranging from electrical work to masonry. The event was hosted and organized by R. W. Allen, LLC, AGC Georgia and GoldMech Services. Read more here: Event at Augusta fairground tests […]