Riverside Contracting, Inc.

Riverside Contracting, Inc. is a highway construction company operating in Montana and Wyoming.  Incorporated in 1981 as a family business, it continues to this day to be primarily owned by Marvin Rehbein and his immediate family.   

Riverside specializes in complete road reconstructions and has the workforce and equipment to perform the project excavation and embankment, surveying, grading, gravel, culverts/storm drains, MSE walls, asphalt plant mix production/laydown and chip & seal.  Riverside also has experience on projects involving structural concrete, such as bridges, structural foundations, retaining walls and concrete paving.  Riverside has a mobile crushing plant and crew to produce materials on-site, in remote locations.

 

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Employment Highlight

Riverside Contracting is always hiring well-quialified individuals to join our team. Currently we are recruiting:

HOT PLANT OPERATOR

OIL TRUCK DRIVERS (2018 Construction Season)

CLASS A TRUCK DRIVER TRAINEE (Frenchtown MT project - Spring 2018)

Please Note: Job locations are not permanent, continued employment requires travel. RCI is currently working on projects throughout Montana and into Wyoming.

Please visit the EMPLOYMENT tab to apply.

Standout Employee

GORDON STICKA

Gordon Sticka came to work for Riverside Contracting in 2011 as Superintendent of the Crusher, and has built our crusher into the successful operation that it is today. Gordon's expertise, drive, and hard work is complemented well by his professionalism. He is an exceptional Superintendent, and all-around great guy!

After 51 years in the construction industry, there isn't a highway in Montana or Wyoming that Gordon hasn't worked on. This year Gordon is retiring; he and his wife, Rita, will enjoy relaxing days and evening strolls in the hot Nevada sun. It won't be easy for Gordon to stay away from work though, so we expect to see him and Rita from time to time.