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Burn Boot Camp

Burn Boot Camp wanted a place where women can come to improve their health and wellness. It’s one of their 26 locations, you can find them at 4063 Quarles Court in Rockingham which was the first one in Virginia. Burn Boot wanted a place that felt more than just a gym, but also a place to inspire women in their everyday life. Rhodenizer came in a did a complete renovation of the interior building, including an additional restroom facility. They poured new concrete slabs, installed new fixtures, and applied new materials. They were able to create a place a functional place that could inspire women to become their true self and get in shape.

The Dayton Muddler

The Dayton Muddler is held in Dayton, Virginia on the first weekend of August of every year. The Muddler helps raise money for the Wounded Warriors. Two years ago, Rhodenizer Construction donated the cargo net and build the structure for the course. This year, we are building a Z Wall for the Muddler. A Z Wall is a 7-8-foot-high and is shape in the form of a Z. Each side of it has 2 levels of wood pieces sticking out of it, about an inch each. There’s 3 sides you have to cross which will add an extra level of difficulty to motivate you through the course. Come out and help support this worthy cause and are courageous troops. 

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RISE Harrisonburg

The Rise Harrisonburg is located on 60 West Market Street, Harrisonburg. This is a place where people can come and connect through community and learn about God. They wanted a place where people can come no matter how different you are and feel at home. Rise loves color which is why they chose blue for the walls and did orange as the accent color. Rhodenizer came in and removed all the interior finishes and did a completed a interior renovation of the entire space, installed laminate base cabinets, and refurbished this old dairy tile. Rise was able to get a space that was there style but also felt like home.

 

Giving Back

 

Not only does Rhodenizer Construction do commercial and residential construction, but also helps in community projects. Recently, Rhodenizer donated labor and materials and assisted Cornerstone Christian School in building Wilbur’s barn for their Charlotte’s Web musical. Please come out and support the youth in your community and enjoy a fantastic family production on March 21st, 22nd and 23rd.

Clark & Bradshaw

Clark & Bradshaw, a law firm in Harrisonburg, VA, was desiring for a specific look to match their current office complex. Their office is located in Historic Downtown Harrisonburg with their office in one of the oldest buildings, dating back to the 1800’s. Their request was to keep a Federal Style look to the front of the building, but needed depth in the doorways for protection against the weather. With creativity and ingenuity, Rhodenizer listened and implemented Clark & Bradshaw’s vision and was able to design exactly what they desired. They were able to create a striking look to the front of the building, while keeping within the Federal Style design and giving them the protection needed against the weather.

Next Level Athletic Department

 

 

Bringing something new to the Shenandoah Valley…..
 

Next Level Athletic department is a rapidly growing business and it was time to make a change; Not only in facilities, but also in services. Owner, Mike Martin was looking to find a space not only to accommodate his training facility, but to add an indoor turf field. The turf gets used during the day to broaden his training techniques beyond the weight room and for an indoor soccer league in the evenings.

With the help of Rhodenizer Construction, he made this happen. Rhodenizer came in, demolished walls, added walls, prepped the facility to receive the new field, and updated the facility to pass all building codes. A new door was added, walls were painted and flooring was applied to give the outdated warehouse a fresh new look.

If you have an idea for your business, contact Rhodenizer Construction and we’ll help you turn your idea into a reality.

Bio-Cat Incorporated

 

We have just started construction on a 12,000 square foot warehouse for Bio-Cat Incorporated in Charlottesville, VA. As you can see in the pictures above the warehouse frame is starting to take shape as we assemble the building that was fabricated by Ceco Building Systems. If you are interested in discussing a pre-engineered metal building or any other general construction need, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll walk you through the process and any questions you may have.

Faddis Concrete

Here is a picture of a concrete plant we recently enclosed in King George, Virginia. Faddis Concrete contracted Rhodenizer Construction to enclose an existing concrete plant. Since we are an authorized dealer for Ceco.

Building Systems, this was the most cost effective form of construction for a building that needed to be 28′-0″ long x 35′-0″ wide and 43′-0″ tall. If you would be interested in discussing a pre-engineered metal building for your own needs, please feel free to contact us.

Plains Elementary School

 

Rhodenizer Construction recently finished a secure vestibule upgrade for Rockingham County Public Schools at Plains Elementary. We came in under budget and finished ahead of schedule.

The main portion of the project consisted of new entry doors and new vestibule doors, which limited the access to the school and made it

a lockdown facility.

We remodeled the main office, which consisted of new carpet, vinyl tile, rubber flooring, paint, acoustic ceilings, security cameras and an intercom linked directly to the vestibule. We also installed a new secure file storage room by building a CMU wall within an existing conference room.

This was just the facelift the office, entryway and storage room needed to make the school a safer and more aesthetically pleasing place.

 

Rocktown Family Dental Care

Rocktown Family Dental Care was a unique job for Rhodenizer Construction and the Harrisonburg area. By working alongside Dr. Joan Anderson and Patterson Dental in achieving their desire for an open floor plan and keeping cost to a minimum; Rhodenizer was able to accomplish their goals in a timely fashion while still delivering a quality product.

At the start of the project, an open floor plan for a dental office was a new trend. With the large amount of medical gas lines, air lines, electrical and data wiring that needed to be incorporated into each cabinet, chair and center console made it a challenge to keep an open feel to the office. By removing the concrete floor, trenches were dug and all of the pipes and wires were installed below the finished floor. By running the lines underground, it eliminated the need for bulkheads and created the wide open feel.

To complete a job that was unique, while satisfying the customer and achieving their goals is gratifying to Rhodenizer Construction.