Bret Loughridge joined Las Vegas-based SR Construction in 2008 and serves as the vice president of operations. He oversees a team of project managers, engineers and superintendents through the varying phases of construction on projects ranging up to $165 million. Continue Reading
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Bret Loughridge is vice president of operations at SR Construction, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary in Southern Nevada. He is an aficionado of Lean construction, a relatively new phenomenon in construction and project management that purports to maximize value and minimize waste.
What is the best business advice you’ve received?
Attitude is everything. Continue Reading
Scott Loughridge is the owner of SR Construction and Scott’s Ranch, an on-again/off-again family cattle ranch near Sacramento, California.
He went on to the University of Colorado, Boulder where he received his bachelor’s degree in architecture. Loughridge had over 17 years of experience in the industry when he began SR Construction. Scott is his grandmother’s maiden name and the company name honors the 111-year-old family ranch. Continue Reading
Northern Nevada Business Weekly: Tell us about your company and the duties of your position.
Kenneth Keith Ching: Dickinson Wright is a national law firm with more than 400 lawyers. My practice focuses on employment law and business litigation. Basically, I represent people and businesses in high-stakes disputes. Continue Reading
In the television series “The Defenders,” Jim Belushi played Nick Morelli, who was based on Michael Cristalli, managing partner of the law firm Gentile, Cristalli, Miller, Armeni & Savarese. In addition to working in the spotlight for TV and radio, as well as arguing high-profile cases involving the murder of Ted Binion and the legality of medical marijuana, Cristalli focuses on the more mundane but equally important task of teaching future lawyers about the business. Continue Reading
The long-anticipated I-11 highway project is about to move into the construction phase. The Nevada Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to Fisher Sand and Gravel, a Nevada-based company that is part of Fisher Industries, for work on the 2.5-mile bypass loop around Boulder City.