THE PUNCH LIST Quartely Report | July 2023


H.G. Reynolds Company is dedicated to bringing unique and state-of-the-art projects to every school district. The new Wagener-Salley High School highlights our conviction that we can bring cost-effective and innovative solutions to our clients through unique strategies. This project is a prime example of our commitment to client experience and dedication to building a better community. 

upcoming projects

Six Mile Elementary School Additions & Renovations – Pickens County School District

Six Mile Elementary School is undergoing enhancing additions and renovations beginning this summer. The Six Mile Elementary Expansion will be approximately 13,500 square feet, including six standard classrooms, four flexible classrooms, and support space. The new addition will also include eight individual restrooms. Construction includes slab-on-grade, CMU, brick, metal trusses, architectural shingles, fire sprinklers, WSHPs, and casework. The site work includes water and sewer lines, septic tanks, and fencing. 


Work is anticipated to start in July this year and will be a 12-month addition. 

Spring Valley High School Renovations – Richland School District 2

As part of the Richland School District 2 proposed 10-Year Facility Plan, Spring Valley High School is undergoing renovations to improve the existing facilities.

Renovations and additions include a new 20,000 SF field house, wrestling and cheer space, locker rooms, restrooms, and concessions. Bates Hall will receive a new weight room, renovated locker rooms, restrooms, and athletic offices. Wilson Hall will receive renovated multi-purpose areas, restrooms, and a new roof.

The main building will have renovated restrooms, classrooms, lab spaces, and collaboration areas.

Exterior construction includes structural steel, foundations, slab on grade, CMU, brick, aluminum storefronts, signage and new canopies, and associated site improvements.

Interior construction includes foundations, structural steel, slab on grade, CMU, metal stud framing, drywall, sheet vinyl flooring, carpet, paint, laboratory casework, fume hood, lockers, folding partitions, athletic flooring, doors and hardware, weight equipment, toilet partitions and accessories, signage, plumbing fixtures and piping, light fixtures, new mechanical equipment and distribution, fire alarm system, new fire suppression, new power distribution, and modifications to existing mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems to accommodate new layouts.

Work is anticipated to start in July of this year and includes an 18-month phased renovation.

Wagener-Salley High School – Aiken County Public Schools

The new Wagener Salley High School consists of an approximately 155,000 SF facility located on the existing campus of A.L Corbett Middle School in Wagener, SC.

The main entrance will be off Seivern Road near the classroom wing. The primary student and car drop-off will be on the side of the building closest to the practice fields and classrooms. The bus drop-off is set up in a loop on the back side of the school.

The plan for the athletic facilities is to use both the old facilities and build new ones. This facility plan will reutilize this existing track and field that’s there already and complement that with new baseball and softball fields at the new site and an additional restroom and concessions building adjacent to that with a new middle school practice field. The football games will be played on the current field at what will be the old high school.

The auditorium at the old school will remain and will be used by the community.

H.G. Reynolds issued an early site package in order to begin the site grading as early as possible. This allowed our team to start construction in early June. We also issued an early foundation and steel package so we can begin to put the foundation in the ground and have the walls going up, in tandem with completing the final drawings and getting final approvals from OSF.

The school is set to open in August of 2024 and will host approximately 330 students.

hgr in the news

H.G. Reynolds Company was recognized by the South Carolina Senate in the 125th General Assembly on May 23, 2023, for the dedication and commitment of H.G. Reynolds Company to serving the people and the State of South Carolina.

"The members of the South Carolina Senate, by this resolution, congratulate H.G. Reynolds Company upon the occasion of its seventy-fifth anniversary and commend the organization for its many years of dedicated service to the people and the State of South Carolina."


Recently Completed Projects
Surry County Detention Center

H.G. Reynolds Company will complete the new 72,000 SF detention facility for Surry County, NC by the end of July 2023. The Surry County Detention Center will house 360 inmates with a core designed for 500, totaling 72,000 SF. The facility includes both male and female inmates at various security levels. Six male general population units, with 47 beds each, and two male segregation unites, with eight beds each, are operated under indirect supervision from a central elevated control tower. Two female units, with 31 beds each, are also operated from an indirect control room and are located remotely from the male inmates.

The facility also includes an E-911 with space for dispatch consoles, an emergency operations center, a server room, and administrative offices. The building features a full-service kitchen, a laundry facility, and a medical unit. Other space includes intake and booking, enclosed vehicular sally port, magistrate offices, and administrative and support areas.

Through an in-depth Value Engineering study at the beginning of the project, H.G. Reynolds Company was able to save Surry County $548,868.00, bringing their final construction cost to $40 million.