Recon Construction Services, Inc. is a specialized highway construction contractor based in York, Pennsylvania. We provide services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region including Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Ohio.
We offer a variety of eco-friendly roadway recycling methods including cold in-place asphalt recycling, full-depth reclamation, soil stabilization, asphalt milling, and roadway widening. We also utilize liquid calcium chloride for base stabilization along with dust control and winter de-icing.
For more than 20 years, Recon Construction Services, Inc. has been a major part of the road building industry. In February 2000, Recon Construction Services, Inc. was established.
Recon Construction Services, Inc. is committed and will continue to offer all recycling techniques for those looking for better cost-saving options and environmentally-friendly practices.
Recon, was once a Division of G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. was established to perform asphalt milling/cold planning to support the company’s rehabilitation projects. Recon also offered asphalt milling services to other companies in the region. This method rapidly became very cost-effective by removing the existing asphalt pavement from deteriorated highways along with creating a reusable material referred to as Millings or RAP (Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement).
Recon was first introduced to Full Depth Reclamation (FDR). This rehabilitation technique is performed with a Road Reclaimer that is able to pulverize and mix the existing asphalt pavement along with a portion of the underlying materials, resulting in a stabilized base course. Increased strength could be obtained by adding additional aggregates and the use of other stabilizing additives.
Recon Construction Services Inc., was purchased by the Partnership of Keith Klingenberg, Wayne Cleaver, Debbie Baker and James Getgen from G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. Recon Construction Service Inc., then relocated to their new Headquarters the former Manchester Township Municipal Building and Public Works Building. This was an ideal location with office, mechanical shop space and storage yard for equipment. In 2003 with much the same equipment as Full Depth Reclamation, Soil Stabilization was added to the list of process Recon Construction utilized in its construction practices.
Richard Nunemacher was introduced as a partner with Recon Construction Service Inc., upon the retirement of company partner, James Getgen. Richard brought with him expertise in Cold In-Place Asphalt Recycling, project estimating, and project construction management. New equipment was purchased to conduct this new technology that gave an alternative to conventional re-construction.
With two of Recon Construction Service Inc., founders retiring, it was necessary to invite another partner into the business of Highway Construction and Recycling. Trent Goodling, a former employee, was asked to join the Recon management group. Trent had many years of construction and project estimating experience.