Reeder General Contractors

REEDER Attends NTFSA Vendor Fair

REEDER Construction is proud to have been part of the 2019 North Texas Facilities Services Association (NTFSA) Vendor Fair. It was one of the biggest in several years and generated more funds for scholarships and member activities than ever before.

The fair took place at Birdville ISD Thomas Coliseum on Thursday, January 17, 2019 and was attended by NTFSA members and nonmembers. We started setting up at 10 a.m. and the fair began at 11 a.m. Business Development, Chauncey Willingham, Sr Project Manager, Tanner Whitson, and Superintendent, Rod Addington worked our booth, which was complete with giveaway items. Lunch was provided by Babe’s Chicken and attendees dined in the gym so we could continue to interact with members in the booth area.

A big thank you to Bill Barrow, Energy and Projects Manager at Birdville ISD and Jennifer DuPlessis, Executive Director of Operations at Wylie ISD for coordinating this vendor fair – thank you! We look forward to attending more events this year and connecting with more facility managers.

A Letter From The President


As we close out our year I can’t help but extend my thanks for being surrounded with so many quality people. I value each of you and remain humbled that you have chosen to be a part of not only the Reeder Team but my life. Each of you have raised the bar for our company and helped us to sustain the highest level of professionalism in our industry.

It started a long time ago with the values that we continue to live by: Love your neighbor as yourself. Be the best you can be at what you want to be. Leave everything you touch better than it was before. Admit your mistakes…give and forgive.

As we face a new year just around the corner I want us all to acknowledge our blessings and pay particular attention to those less fortunate than us. It is after all the season of giving. It is more than ever a time to be a blessing to others; to share our lives. I know we get lost in the day to day, but maybe we can pause just long enough to notice that there is something bigger than ourselves. Something we can be a part of, without any notoriety or fanfare. Buy someones lunch or pay for their groceries. Visit a hospital, smile at your neighbor (which is everyone) or just be patient and listen to someone who is having a bad day. Say thanks and shake the hand of a veteran or active duty soldier. Do the same with our Policeman and Firefighters. These are the real heroes. You never know the impact you can have on someone.

Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

My Best,

Wes Reeder
President & CEO