Nevada Business Magazine: City of Henderson Ward II Councilman Dan Shaw Wins Award from Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association

Dan Shaw, City of Henderson Ward II councilman, was awarded the Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association’s DeBoer Award forDistinguished Leadership

as a Citizen Planner at the annual State Planning Conference in Carson City, Nev. The Citizen Planner Award is given to an individual who has advanced or promoted the cause of planning in the public arena.

With nearly 30 years of volunteer service as a citizen planner on the Planning Commission for the City of Henderson and Clark County, as well as a City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Board member, Councilman Shaw has been instrumental in shaping the built environment and raising the bar on the quality of life in southern Nevada.

In addition to his volunteer service, Councilman Shaw has directly impacted the development of the high quality of life for Henderson residents. During his tenure as chairman of the Henderson Planning Commission, Councilman Shaw worked to implement a new development code, increasing the standards to the City of Henderson. During his time with the county as chairman of the Clark County Planning Commission, he worked to facilitate increased planning coordination between local municipalities through adoption and early implementation of regional planning efforts such as the Southern Nevada Strong Regional Plan.

Councilman Shaw has greatly impacted the growth in southern Nevada during his 33-year Henderson residency. He has made various efforts to contribute his time and expertise to help steer the development in the city of Henderson. He was responsible for the construction of multi-family housing units, as well as shopping centers, office parks and industrial improvements.

The Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association serves to promote public involvement and excellence in planning and to improve the quality of life in the State of Nevada through professional development and education.

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Nevada Business Magazine: Foundation Assisting Seniors Hosts Basket Raffle

The Foundation Assisting Seniors is set to hold their Basket Raffle at 2:30 p.m., with doors opening at 1:30 p.m., on Sunday, October 29 in the Ballroom at Green Valley Ranch Resort.

This is the third annual raffle and the first time the Foundation Assisting Seniors will be hosting the event at Green Valley Ranch Resort. All proceeds benefiting the Foundation and their ongoing programs and services. The basket raffle will also include an auction, themed baskets and a gift card grab.

“We are happy to be able to host another basket raffle this year and know the community enjoys seeing all the baskets our volunteers have put together,” said Phyllis Washburn, Chairman of the Foundation Assisting Seniors Basket Raffle. “It’s a great opportunity not only to raise money for the Foundation Assisting Seniors but to get the senior community together in a fun and interactive atmosphere.”

The Foundation Assisting Seniors was founded with the mission of improving the quality of life for the senior community by assisting them in times of illness, recovery, confinement at home, coping with the loss of a loved one and other senior challenges, as well as to provide assistance with everyday tasks such as household maintenance and transportation. Since its inception in 2002, the Foundation has responded to more than 100,000 requests for assistance services.

For more information on the event or for tickets, please call 725-244-4200 or visit FoundationAssistingSeniors.org.

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Nevada Business Magazine: Hirschi Masonry Announces Construction Underway for Residential Project

Axis by Pardee Homes Debuts Model Homes

Hirschi Masonry, a premier masonry contractor in southern Nevada, is proud to announce their recent construction on Axis by Pardee Homes. Hirschi was contracted for both the rock walls and stone veneer on the new homes in the Axis community.

Located in the hills above Henderson, Pardee offers the most prestigious homes yet! Axis consists of 78 exquisite contemporary homes. The community consists of six collections of homes that receive upwards of 2,800 square-feet of stone and precast veneer by Hirschi. Each model home is a masterpiece and has been recognized for several national awards.

Currently, Hirschi Masonry is putting the final touches to the 70,000 square-feet of rock walls throughout the community. The rock walls help create views of the entire city from almost every house pad.

“We are happy to be a part of the growth and development of the housing community in Southern Nevada,” said Brett Hales, Vice President at Hirschi Masonry. “It is also an honor to provide value to our customers by showcasing our talents of building rock walls and providing veneer for the new Axis homes in Henderson.”

 

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Nevada Business Magazine: SR Construction Names Bob Cunningham as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing

Scott Loughridge, founder, and president of SR Construction is proud to announce the hiring of Bob Cunningham as the vice president of business development and marketing.

“We are proud to welcome Bob Cunningham to our team,” said Bret Loughridge, vice president of operations. “With decades of experience and a passion for excellence, I have no doubt that he will accomplish great things within our company.”

Cunningham brings more than 18 years of experience managing sales and 33 years of progressive experience in the business development and sales field. In this role, Bob brings the ability to branch out into new territories and divisions of the construction industry, and to provide insight for building key customer relationships, identifying business opportunities, negotiating and closing business deals, and maintaining knowledge of current market conditions.

Bob was previously the business development manager over the course of 11 years between Robinson Construction and Helitech Civil Construction, where he spent much of his construction career in the Commercial and Industrial Processing industries. He possesses vast knowledge in both the general contractor and subcontractor divisions. Bob has also held positions such as national sales manager and sales manager throughout his professional tenure.

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Nevada Business Magazine: Hirschi Masonry Announces Work on Large-Scale Residential Project

Reverence by Pulte Homes Debuts Model Homes

Hirschi Masonry, a premier masonry contractor in southern Nevada is proud to announce its recent work on Reverence by Pulte Homes. Hirschi began work on Reverence in September 2016 and initiated the second phase in April 2017.

Pulte Homes exclusively developed Reverence, which features nine neighborhoods on 300 acres. The neighborhood is located on an elevated ridgeline that overlooks the Las Vegas Valley and is adjacent to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Plans for Reverence include six collections of homes featuring 23 consumer-inspired floor plans.

Hirschi Masonry serves as the exclusive masonry subcontractor, building all of the masonry retaining walls, masonry screen walls, stone veneer & brick veneer on the homes. Estimated completion for Reverence is Spring 2018.

“It is an honor to be a part of one of the largest residential developments in southern Nevada,” said Brett Hales, Vice President at Hirschi Masonry. “We are committed to excellence for our clients and are excited to be a part of a monumental project that will provide housing options for the individuals and families in Las Vegas.”

 

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Nevada Business Magazine: Neighbors Assisting Neighbors to Host 5th Annual Pancake Breakfast

Neighbors Assisting Neighbors (NAN) in Solera at Anthem will be hosting a pancake breakfast fundraiser on Saturday, October 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at 2401 Somersworth St. in Henderson, Nev.

The cost of the breakfast is a $6.00 donation. All proceeds raised at the event will benefit the Foundation Assisting Seniors and their ongoing programs and services. Tickets are on sale in the Encore Lounge on Friday, Sept. 15, at 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

“What better way to raise money than to host a pancake breakfast,” said Favil West, president of the Foundation Assisting Seniors. “This event shows our community how much our seniors mean to us and we are happy to come together to support them.”

Tickets for a 50/50 raffle will only be sold on Oct. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Twenty tickets are $5.00. The drawing will take place at 11:00 a.m. The gift card and merchandise live auction will be held at 11:30 a.m. All auction participants must be present to win. For more information, please call 725-244-4200 or visit www.FoundationAssistingSeniors.org.

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Nevada Business Magazine: Organization Protecting Those Who Serve Receives Donation From Las Vegas Engineers

Las Vegas Engineers, LLC, a leading structural engineering company in Southern Nevada recently donated $1,000 to the California nonprofit organization, E614 Corporation, which benefits active law enforcement officers.

The donation will go directly toward the cost and shipping of safety gear to protect law enforcement officers across the United States. Due to the generous donation from Las Vegas Engineers, at least six more active duty officers will receive protective armor.

E614 is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that donates all of its proceeds toward safety equipment to officers in need all across the country.

“We are proud to donate to an organization that gives back to the ones that keep us safe during emergencies,” said Dan Campbell, principal structural engineer and owner of Las Vegas Engineers. “Police officers put their lives on the line on a daily basis for us, and it is only right to say thank you by making sure they can do their jobs safely.”

On Aug. 4, Dan Campbell threw out the first pitch at the Las Vegas 51s game on behalf of E614 Corporation. John Thompkins and Jayne McBride, co-founders of E614, were also in attendance.

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Nevada Business Magazine: Todd Ingalsbee’s Last Word

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Nevada Business Magazine: Movers & Shakers: Dan Stewart

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Vice President of Development
Gardner Company (1 year with company in Nevada)

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Nevada Business Magazine: Dan Campbell’s Last Word

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