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Reynolds Construction’s Wesley Self Presented at U.S. Conference of Mayors Water Council Meeting

May 1, 2017

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ORLEANS, IN – May 1, 2017 Wesley Self, PE, DBIA, Vice President of Alternative Delivery of Reynolds Construction (formerly known as Layne Heavy Civil, Inc.)., a leading water/wastewater treatment and pipeline contractor, and the Lead Design-Build firm of the recent $100 M Wastewater System project for the Village of Islamorada in the Florida Keys, participated in the United States Conference of Mayors Water Council Spring Meeting in Santa Barbara, Calif., on April 13 and 14.

On April 14, Mr. Self presented on the topic, “Design-Build-Operate Success in Islamorada, Florida,” together with Bill Malarkey, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Market Development of Severn Trent – North America, the Operations subcontractor of the project. They also provided comments on the pending infrastructure plans proposed by the federal government.

The Mayor’s Water Council (MWC) was created to assist local governments in providing high quality water resources in a cost effective manner.  The MWC provides a forum for local governments to share information on water technology, management methods, operational experience, and financing of infrastructure development.  It also supports local governments in exploring public-private partnership approaches, as well as alternative methods of financing water infrastructure development.

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About Reynolds Construction, LLC

Reynolds Construction, LLC, (formerly known as Layne Heavy Civil, Inc.) a privately held company, is one of the nation’s leading water and wastewater contractors, offering innovative project design and construction.  Reynolds operates in 7 integrated offices nationwide, staffed with close to 400 employees. Reynolds still holds true to the basic fundamental values by which it was founded:  to complete projects on time, within or under budget, and to leave owner’s satisfied with an efficiently functioning system.  Reynold’s doesn’t make compromises concerning the safety of its employees, the public, and the environment. For additional information, please go to

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