About Cooper Barnette & Page, Inc.

As the Southeast’s premier Site Development and Environmental Construction contractor, Cooper Barnette & Page, Inc. takes pride in the reputation for excellence we’ve earned over the past three decades where our integrity is matched only by our skill set. CBP’s talented team of planning, construction, and management professionals strives to be proactive on every project we tackle – always going above and beyond the call of duty while seeking continuous improvement from one project to the next.

At CBP, we aspire to build enduring relationships with our clients. We are exceedingly honored by the fact that a large percentage of our business is comprised of returning customers. We believe this distinction speaks clearly to the quality of our work and the ease with which we take a project from concept to completion.

Site Development and Environmental Construction

History

In 1989, Lewis Cooper took his long-standing history in welding, grading, and waste disposal – dating back to the founding of Speedway Welding and Grading in 1969 – and the growing success of his Speedway Waste Disposal landfill to launch a new venture with his son, Ronnie. Joined by son-in-law, Bruce Page – who had served as Fleet Manager at Speedway Waste Disposal and Larry Barnette – who had served as Accountant for Speedway Corporation, the new company was aptly titled Cooper Barnette & Page.

Speedway Corporation was acquired by Mid-American Waste Disposal in 1991, allowing all involved to place their undivided attention on the growth of Cooper Barnette & Page, Inc.

Since then, CBP has flourished from a family-owned, faith-based, general contracting company into a 100+ employee strong Site Development and Environmental Construction corporation with a fleet of more than 300 models of heavy equipment, and a growing network of clients throughout the Southeast in the Government, Civil, Power and Private Waste Company sectors.

Values

As a faith-and-family-based, employee-focused company, our values are the foundation for everything we do. At CBP, we approach every project with the utmost integrity. We never cut corners and always deliver on what we promise – often above and beyond what is expected. That isn’t hard to do when you invest in the lives of your people – not just financially, but also morally. CBP has a company pastor on hand to address the needs of our team members and offer support through whatever life challenges they may be facing. As a company that encourages long-term relationships with our employees and customers, we view each and every one of them as an extension of a growing family.

CBP also takes pride in being community-minded. We regularly support a number of local churches as well as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and as an Environmental Services Company, environmental stewardship is another key focus for our team. Members of our staff undergo rigorous Environmental Health & Safety training. We consider the potential outcomes of any project we undertake and explore ways to minimize our impact on the environment through solid planning and sound practices.

Safety

At CBP, we promote a culture of safety. In addition to a dedicated Director of Safety and team of safety professionals, all employees are trained to watch out for one another – everyday – on every job. We employ behavior-based safety training – where we closely examine potential hazards and proactively determine ways to avoid them. With over 300 models of heavy equipment and more than 100 employees, it’s vitally important to us that we ensure the wellbeing of our employees so that everyone goes home to their families safe and sound each night.