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The Dayton Greenway

The Dayton Greenway is located in historic Dayton, Virginia. The greenway links Cooks Creek Park with the Silver Lake Mill. The overall goal of the greenway is to create a pedestrian friendly trail throughout Dayton. The neighborhood trail loop provides safe connections for children to school and paths for families to get outside and spend time together. Rhodenizer Construction did a complete excavation of the property, built two pedestrian bridges and a paved walking path. Now people are able to walk on the greenway, to see all the different parts of Dayton.

Pedestrian Bridge

Commercial Door Division

Does your business need a new entrance door? Are your doors ADA-compliant? It’s important to make sure your business is safe and secure for your everyday customers. Rhodenizer Construction can install replacement doors in your school, office building, store, hospital, manufacturing industry, and other commercial buildings. You can choose from a verity of styles like Store Front, Fire Rated, ADA Compliant Entrance Doors, and Overhead Doors. Recently our customers have been requesting automatic door openers for their places of business. The easy push pad makes a heavy door seem light when it opens, especially for elderly or people with disabilities. The DORMA ED900 Swing Door operator; is quiet, safe, and easy to use. Young children or elderly persons with disabilities are able to open doors with none or minimum help. This door is ADA-compliant, and it opens at a controlled speed. Make your entrance and restroom doors meet ADA standards. It’s important to make sure your business meets guidelines for accessibility. If you are interested in installing a new or upgrading an existing door, fill free to contact us. We guarantee that we will provide a high level of service that you deserve.

A Proud V-3 Certified Company

Rhodenizer Construction Company has just recently become certified in the V-3 (Virginia Values Veterans) Program. This organization focuses on training employers to recognize the best way in recruiting, hiring, and retaining highly-skilled and dependable Veterans. Rhodenizer Construction expects to hire four new employees in Virginia and we intend to hire as many Veterans in Virginia as achievable. We are excited to work alongside the V-3 Program and helping increase jobs for our veterans.


Resources: https://dvsv3.com/

TruckVault, Inc.

TruckVault, Inc. will be opening a manufacturing operation in Mount Jackson that will provide up to 60 jobs. This company is a Washington-based manufacturer of in-vehicle equipment storage units and these units are made-to-order to fit in the customers’ vehicles. Several states competed to be TruckVault’s first manufacturing facility outside of Washington. This could open doors to other opportunities down the road. Rhodenizer Construction did a complete renovation of the property’s office spaces and manufacturing facility. The Shenandoah Valley is excited to welcome TruckVault with open arms and is excited to see what the future holds.    

Stoneyman Valley Ranch

Stoneyman Valley Ranch is one of our current projects, located in beautiful Luray, Virginia. This facility will be a wedding venue consisting of a larger rustic barn known as the “Chandelier Barn” which will have a climate controlled interior as well as ADA accessibility for clients and guests. The building is a large rustic Timber Frame structure constructed our of Western Fur. The interior will include a large open wedding venue; Bridal Room, loft for Groomsmen to relax including ADA male and female restrooms and amenities. Owners Tom and Diane Hirsch will begin booking for weddings and special events this fall in the Chandelier Barn. Which offers guests a rustic and elegant experience to share with family and friends.

For any further information concerning reservations you can find them on Facebook and Instagram as well as their website shown below.


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.