R+L Carriers Breaks Ground

Project Aerial View

Arlington, Texas – (August 21, 2018) Construction has begun on R+L Carriers’ new truck terminal in Sanger, Texas. The facility, built by Arlington based general contractor Bob Moore Construction, includes three buildings and a fuel island, totaling over 142,000 square feet. The terminal is a part of R+L Carriers’ ongoing efforts to streamline processes in Texas and once completed the terminal is expected to create 200 jobs over the next five years.

“We’re very excited to be working with a client like R+L Carriers and we think this could be the beginning of a great partnership” said Larry Knox, Executive Vice President of Bob Moore Construction. “Over 900,000 square feet out of 1.2 million square feet of concrete has been poured on or ahead of schedule and we’ll soon be ready to begin construction on the terminal, shop, and wash buildings.”

“R+L could not be more pleased with our choice in partnering with Bob Moore Construction on our new facility in Sanger” said Dennis Meyer, Director of Construction for R+L Carriers. “The integrity they bring to the project exceeds my expectations. Our team is impeccable; Larry Knox keeps his finger on the pulse, Kyle Ware leaves no stone unturned and is always looking at the big picture and our best interests, David Spawn is one of the most top notch project site managers I’ve had the pleasure to work with, he’s impeccable. We certainly hope to continue this relationship on several other projects we have coming out shortly in the great state of Texas.”