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Sloan Attends 2014 Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Fair

Our Safety Managers along with several Sloan employees recently attended the 2014 Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Fair hosted by the SC State Transport Police, SC DOT and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Our guys learned great information on the different types of compliance review investigations, proper documentation techniques, CSA Basics and intervention measures and […]

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Penny for Progress – Vote Yes November 4th!

On November 4, 2014, the citizens of Lexington County will have the opportunity to address an important question regarding the Penny for Progress in Lexington County, South Carolina. The Penny for Progress program is a funding mechanism for infrastructure needs within Lexington County, South Carolina. This program has been implemented in other Counties in South […]

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DOT Publishes Final Revisions to DBE Rule

The U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) October 2 published its revisions to the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program rule, the culmination of a 25-month rulemaking process.  The 58-page document encompasses numerous changes to the way U.S. DOT and state and local transportation agencies will administer the program on federal-aid highway, transit and airport construction […]

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October 6 thru the 10 is Driver Safely to Work Week

Driving is a privilege. A driver’s license gives you a certain level of freedom, but it also gives you an enormous amount of responsibility. When behind the wheel this responsibility comes in many forms: Wearing safety belt Driving sober Focusing on the road Driving defensively Always maintain a safe distance. Use the 3-second rule during  […]

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We Raised $770 for ALS!

Reeves, Sloan, R.B. Baker and Southeast Emulsions raised $770 to donate to ALS through our  ice bucket challenges that started off with our President, Robert Ponton and our CFO, Raphael Llobregat. Our fearless leaders then challenged other managers within our organization and the challenges continued from there. We had a lot of fun raising the […]

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New Banking Rules Exacerbate Problems Caused by Highway Trust Fund Uncertainty

ARTBA wrote a September 4  letter to Congressional leaders warning that new federal banking rules “will further impede state transportation planning and investments across the nation.” Rules announced last week by the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation will preclude banks from using municipal […]

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How to Start Fixing Transportation

When will we finally get realistic about our transportation needs on the federal and state levels? Today, two local experts take a crack at putting the diminished Federal Highway Trust Fund and gas tax into perspective. The transit leader says its time to fix the balance between road and transit funding, while Libertarian policy analysts […]

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Challenge for a Cure!

Our President of Reeves Construction, Robert Ponton, and Rob Loar, Division Manager of Sloan Construction Company was challenged by Jeff Smith, Project Superintendent, to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! In turn, the Reeves Construction Leadership Team has been challenged!!!  Reeves Construction has announced that we will match all $10 donations made by our employees! […]

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Penny for Progress

On November 4, 2014, the citizens of Lexington County will have the opportunity to address an important question regarding the Penny for Progress in Lexington County, South Carolina. The Penny for Progress program is a funding mechanism for infrastructure needs within Lexington County, South Carolina. This program has been implemented in other Counties in South […]

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Highway Trust Fund Uncertainty Causing More States to Pullback

  The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) June 26 became the 23rd state to express uncertainty about the future of major infrastructure projects because of the failure on Capitol Hill to fix the Highway Trust Fund.  Federal funding for new highway and bridge projects expires October 1 unless Congress acts. FDOT has already begun prioritizing […]

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