Reynaga Bros Construction Corp. was founded by the eldest brothers of a Mexican-American family of 8 siblings; immigrants who came to this country in pursuit of the American Dream: simply put, the opportunity to earn a living for their families through hard work. While their skill sets have varied within the construction trades, their unity and passion to serve others remains unchanged.
And so, steered by the needs of the Chicagoland area’s road and building construction industries, Reynaga Brothers Construction Corp. has grown by word of mouth: a testament to its reputation for high quality work, dependability and customer satisfaction.
Today, a second generation of the Reynaga family are preparing to take the company reins. With the same zest for service to others and quality craftsmanship, they are adding technology and retooling, when necessary, to serve our markets even better, for years to come.
Having served the Chicagoland area for nearly a quarter of a century, Reynaga Brothers Construction Corp. has participated on many of the area’s most notable road construction projects and acquired an impressive clientele of longtime customers. Some of our most recent projects are highlighted below.
Golf Road Bike Path: Reynaga Brothers hauled away construction debris and hauled in construction materials for the Village of Schaumburg’s Golf Road Bike Path. The company also provided excavation work for the $1.7 million project, which created a new section of bike path along the north side of Golf Road from Roosevelt Boulevard in Schaumburg, just west of the Route 53 overpass, to Ring Road, just east of it in Rolling Meadows. The project included construction of a crosswalk at the intersection of Golf and Ring roads, which allows access to the Busse Woods bike trail system and existing Pace bus shelters. The bike path connects an existing eight-foot bike path on Roosevelt Boulevard and an existing eight-foot bike path on McConnor Parkway.
I-90 Rebuilding and Widening Project: Reynaga Brothers participated on the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority’s massive $2.5 billion project to rebuild and widen the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90) as a 21st century, state-of-the-art corridor linking Rockford to O'Hare International Airport. The company hauled away construction debris and hauled in road construction materials. Upon completion, the project will widen the I-90 roadway to eight lanes from the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) to Randall Road, and to six lanes from Randall Road to I-39. One hundred and nine bridges will be replaced or rehabilitated and 16 interchanges will be improved.
I-390 Elgin – O’Hare Expressway Expansion: Reynaga Brothers is currently participating on the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority’s $3.4 billion project to extend I-390 with 17 miles of new road construction, just west of Route 53 to the western edge of O'Hare, and a bypass connecting the Tri-State and I-90. It is one of the largest road construction projects in the nation. Reynaga Brothers is hauling away road construction debris and hauling in new road construction materials.