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12th Annual

May 6, 2017 | Rancharrah |

Northern Nevada’s Commercial Development & Brokerage Industry Event


CBRE recognizes our top professionals in Northern Nevada for the exceptional outcomes they deliver for every client we proudly serve. How can we transform your real estate into real advantage?

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Aiman Noursoultanova Investment/Multifamily Broker of the Year

Shawn Smith

Retail Broker of the Year

Brett Edwards

Land Broker of the Year

Largest Sale Transaction

Mixed Use Project of The Year

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2016 SUMMIT AWARD WINNERS! Reno is thriving and your efforts help make that happen. As the largest office space owner in Reno, Basin Street Properties is proud to call Reno our home and we work hard to have an intimate understanding of the region’s business and community needs. We are excited to be a part of Reno’s bright future.

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he 2017 Summit Awards was one for the books. More than 280 attendees gathered at Rancharrah on May 8 to celebrate the 12th annual Summit Awards in true Kentucky Derby fashion. The southern style event recognized the top developments and brokers in the northern Nevada Commercial Real Estate Industry for 2016. “The 12th Annual Summit Awards saw record-breaking attendance; a direct correlation as to how the economy in northern Nevada is growing and the industry is flourishing,” Randi Reed, executive director of NAIOP, said. “Commercial Real Estate is the second largest industry in our State, contributing over $3.9 billion to the economy and creating almost 29,000 jobs. With the likes of Tesla, Switch, Google and the recent Apple expansion; it doesn’t look like we’re slowing down anytime soon.” This publication highlights the esteemed professionals within the industry that won awards at the sold out event. For more information about the Summit Awards, visit www.

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Generalist Broker of the Year

Andie Wilson, CCIM

Broker/Owner, NAI Alliance Carson City Wilson has been a top producing agent every year since 2000. Her expertise is in industrial sales, leasing and multifamily investments. She is a current NAIOP of Northern Nevada board of director member and the 2017 president of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada. Wilson served as the 2007 Commercial Real Estate Women’s (CREW) Network of Northern Nevada president and is a founding member of CREW. She also served as the CCIM of Northern Nevada Chapter president in 2008. Over the years she has received many recognitions within the commercial real estate industry. She was awarded the Generalist Broker of the Decade in 2015 by the Northern Nevada Summit Awards and received the award for Top Generalist Broker in 2008, 2012 and 2013. Wilson also received the Top Nevada Broker award from CB Commercial in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012 and 2013.

Brett Edwards Vice President, CBRE


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Land Broker of the Year

Edwards brings more than 25 years of successful commercial brokerage experience to the northern Nevada land market and specializes in land sales out of the CBRE Reno office. He represents buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of land properties with expertise in residential, industrial, and commercial land. Through experience working firsthand with clients, Edwards maintains contacts from numerous jurisdictions. He is a member of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) and Northeastern Nevada Regional Development Authority (NNRDA), which provide valuable time saving connections for clients. In 2016, 2014, and 2011 he was named Land Broker of the Year by the Northern Nevada Summit Awards. In 2011, Edwards participated in one of the largest real estate transactions ever brokered in the United States, for which he won the “Largest Sale Transaction” award at the annual Northern Nevada Summit Awards, as well as “Land Broker of the Year.” The 1,283,000-acre transaction of fee land and mineral rights consisted of nearly 12 percent of the privately held land in the state of Nevada. Edwards has also brokered several REO finished lot sales on behalf of banks, which earned him the title of “No. 1 Land Broker” in 2012 for CBRE’s local market area.

Senior Vice President/Executive Managing Director of the Colliers International Reno Office, Colliers International

Retail Broker of the Year

Molyneaux’s area of specialization is office properties and her focus includes landlord and tenant representation, leasing and sales. Since joining the firm in 2005, she has been involved in over 622 transactions totaling over 3,900,000 square feet of office space. She currently handles the leasing for nearly 699,373 square feet of office properties in the Reno/Sparks area. Molyneaux was awarded the Gold Level Achievement in 2011 and 2012 and the Platinum level achievement in 2013, 2014 and 2016 for her sales and leasing volume. She was selected by Colliers Senior Management to attend the Colliers University Expedition 2011 in Vancouver for being a top young producer. She received the 20 under 40 award in 2015 by the Reno Gazette Journal and Young Professionals Network. She is an active member of the community and serves on Western Industrial Nevada (WIN) as president elect and the Renown Foundation Board. She is the past president of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and the College of Business Alumni Association (COBAA) as well as now being a lifetime emeritus member. In addition, she is a member of the Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter and the Economic Development Authority of Northern Nevada (EDAWN). Molyneaux is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno and holds a degree in marketing and a minor in journalism.

Office Broker of the Year

Melissa Molyneaux, CCIM, SIOR

Shawn Smith, CCIM Vice President, CBRE

Smith has been involved in commercial real estate for more than 17 years. His area of specialization is in retail and his primary focus includes landlord/tenant representation, land and shopping center acquisitions/ dispositions, development and investment sales. He began his career with Grubb & Ellis in February of 2000 as the marketing and research director. Smith transferred into the advisor capacity in 2003 with a specialization in retail and was also affiliated with Colliers International prior to joining CBRE, Inc. in December of 2009. In 2012, he received the 20 under 40 award by the Reno GazetteJournal and Young Professionals Network. Smith also won Retail Broker of the Year at the annual Northern Nevada Summit Awards in 2015 and 2016.

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Investment Property Broker of the Year • Largest Sale Transaction of the Year


Aiman Noursoultanova received two Summit Awards for Investment Property Broker of the Year and Largest Sale Transaction of the Year.

Aiman Noursoultanova, CCIM

Senior Vice President of the Reno Investment Properties Group, CBRE Noursoultanova represents owners and investors in the acquisition and disposition of commercial investment properties. She has successfully represented northern Nevada Buyers and Sellers for the past 17 years, having completed over $1.2 billion in commercial sales transactions ranging from apartment communities and office complexes, to industrial parks and retail shopping centers. Noursoultanova holds a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in finance from the University of Nevada, Reno and possesses a strong understanding of capital markets and financial underwriting. She also holds a prestigious CCIM designation and in 2009, she served as president of the Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter. She is an active member, past president, and founding board member of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) of Northern Nevada. In 2016, Noursoultanova was awarded the Career Advancement for Women Impact Award by the Northern Nevada CREW chapter. In 2006, 2007, 2008, 2014, 2015 and 2016 she was named Investment/Multifamily Broker of the Year by the Northern Nevada Summit Awards. In 2014, she was named Investment Broker of the Decade and in 2008 she was named Overall Broker of the Year and CREW Ambassador of the Year. She is a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Nevada Reno’s College of Business on the topics of Finance and Real Estate. The Largest Sale Transaction is awarded to the brokers who participated in the highest dollar volume sale transaction, regardless of property type or location (except that it must have occurred within northern Nevada). This award is typically for a single parcel sale, except where multiple parcels (in a shopping center, PUD, subdivision, etc.) were transferred jointly as part of a single transaction on the same calendar day.

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J. Michael Hoeck, SIOR

Senior Vice President/Managing Partner, Kidder Mathews Hoeck specializes in industrial brokerage. He began his career with Colliers International in 1999, and in 2005 joined Alliance Commercial, now NAI Alliance, as part of their industrial properties group. Clients he has represented include WalMart, R-Supply (Ferguson), Panattoni Development, GLP, Seagate Properties, ProLogis, CommScope, and numerous other local and national companies. Prior to entering the commercial real estate industry, Hoeck owned and operated an eight-store retail chain located throughout the south and west, and spent seven years in residential real estate development. A Reno resident since 1964, his long-standing relationships in the business community serve as the basis of his strong referral and repeat business.

Dave Simonsen, SIOR, CCIM

Senior Vice President/Partner, Kidder Mathews Simonsen has more than 28 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. While earning his bachelor’s degree in economics at Berkeley, he began his career interning as a data bank coordinator for CB Richard Ellis in Walnut Creek, Calif. He transferred to the company’s Reno office in 1990 where he became a leasing and sales specialist in the industrial properties group. Simonsen worked with CB Richard Ellis from 1987 to 1999, Colliers International from 1999 to 2005 and Alliance Commercial from 2005 to 2006, which became NAI Alliance from 2006 to 2015. He has a varied background assisting clients with building and site acquisitions, disposition, lease negotiation, tenant relocations, institutional landlord representation, land sales and development assignments.

Mike Nevis, SIOR, CCIM

Senior Vice President/Partner, Kidder Mathews Nevis specializes in industrial leasing. He joined the Trammell Crow Company in 2004 as an associate in brokerage services where he worked in project leasing for TCC D&I as well as other institutional clients. During his tenure, his leasing assignments included over 4 million square feet of institutional bulk and flex industrial projects. In addition, he participated in over 700,000 square feet of build to suit projects on behalf of landlords and tenants. In late 2006, Nevis joined CB Richard Ellis where he continued his role representing landlords in the Reno-Sparks market. Nevis joined the Industrial Properties Group of NAI Alliance in January of 2011 as a vice president.

Steve Kucera, CCIM Vice President, Kidder Mathews

Kucera specializes in industrial sales and leasing. He has an extensive background in commercial real estate. His experience includes landlord and tenant representation, high-profile lease transaction negotiation and administration, advisory services for industrial clients, financial management, and property management. Kucera previously worked for Prologis, Jones Lang LaSalle in Denver, Cushman & Wakefield in Denver and Phoenix, and NAI Alliance.

The Largest Lease Transaction award is based purely on the dollar volume of the gross base rents of the lease, regardless of the lease term, type of lease, new lease vs. renewal.

Industrial Broker of the Year • Largest Lease Transaction of the Year • Broker of the Year

Kidder Mathews received three Summit Awards for Industrial Broker of the Year, Largest Lease Transaction and Broker of the Year.

The Broker of the Year awards are awarded based purely on Gross Commission Income only.

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Extra Mile Award

Randi Reed

Owner, Haus of Reed Custom Furniture Randi Reed is the owner of Haus of Reed Custom Furniture along with her husband Tim. Together they have created the only firm in Nevada offering custom furniture design and manufacturing utilizing solid wood, metal and glass fiber reinforced concrete; under one roof. Their products can be found in West Elm, Marriott and Starwood properties across the United States, along with restaurants, private homes, wineries and corporate offices. They are the recipient of Nevada Business Magazine’s 2017 Family Owned Business of the Year and the State of Nevada’s 2017 Microenterprise Business of the Year from the Small Business Administration. Randi is also the Executive Director of NAIOP Northern Nevada, capping over 15 years in the commercial real estate industry statewide and leading the Chapter with new membership levels and one-of-a-kind programs. She is the recipient of the 2015 Top 20 Under 40 award and in her spare time enjoys cooking, philanthropy and spending time with her son, Rush. The Extra Mile Award is given to a commercial real estate professional who has gone beyond the call of duty in his/her specialty. This includes developers, brokers, property managers and marketing specialists. Nominations for this award are accepted by the Summit Awards committee and award recipients are selected by the joint Board of Directors of CREW, CCIM, and NAIOP.

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Business Leader/Community Leader Roman brings 23 years of success in business leadership by maintaining a “people-first� approach to sustainable and profitable growth. Her work began shortly after moving to Reno with her husband in 1994, where she streamlined procurement and inventory management operations within the regional division of a national company, while obtaining her degree in supply chain management at the University of Nevada, Reno and starting a family. She prioritized the development and engagement of her team to develop a customer-focused business model that integrates field technology and entrepreneurial business methods to approach traditional supply chain challenges. This model expanded to include light manufacturing capabilities, serving several industries and remaining profitable, year over year, for almost two decades. Her regional successes led to national opportunities, sharing these business methods and leading software implementation in company locations from Alaska to New York. The impact of the economic downturn in northern Nevada fueled Roman’s passion to impact change and support organizations promoting economic development, professional development and community support. She became an active member of CREW of Northern Nevada in 2007, serving in many capacities including president in 2014. She also serves on the Boys & Girls Club board of directors in Truckee Meadows, where she served as a founding member of the YLC, while supporting education and development efforts for AGC and other organizations within the area. Roman is pursuing new business opportunities, while completing her Masters Degree in Sustainability Leadership and enjoying her three children.

NAIOP Professional of the Year

The Katie Morrison CREW Ambassador of the Year is awarded annually to a person who has made a great contribution to supporting the advancement of women in the highly competitive field of commercial real estate in northern Nevada. The current CREW Board of Directors decides the award each year. No nominations are accepted.

CREW Ambassador of the Year

Alicia Roman

Wayne Biancalana

The NAIOP Professional of the Year Award was given in memory of Wayne Biancalana. Biancalana worked in the commercial real estate industry for more than 20 years. He started at Lincoln Property Company and later worked at Dermody Properties and Trammell Crow Company. Prior to his career in commercial real estate, he ran his own ski school in Alaska and work on the pipeline. In addition to skiing, Biancalana enjoyed baseball and playing golf. He believed that authentic relationships should be the foundation for a successful business. He built his own personal business ethics around the bond that surrounds human interactions and held that as a higher value than monetary reward. Going forward, the Wayne Biancalana NAIOP Professional of the Year Award will be awarded to a person in the Northern Nevada Commercial Real Estate community that demonstrates the character and qualities that Wayne lived throughout his career. Candidates should demonstrate professional integrity, market sophistication, and an undying commitment to his/her profession, blended with a sense of humor. 2017 Summit Awards Magazine


Rising Star Broker of the Year

Ryan Krueger

Associate, ArchCrest Commercial Partners Krueger is an associate of ArchCrest Commercial Partners specializing in land sales focusing primarily on multifamily and mixed-use properties in Reno and Sparks and single family opportunities in the outlying markets of Fernley, Dayton, Carson City and Douglas County. As part of the Krueger Land Team, Ryan works alongside his father, Mark Krueger, who is the market leader in land sales and one of the area’s top overall brokers. Ryan helped transact over 2,300 single family and multifamily units, 390 residential acres and $42 million in revenue. He was also the lead team member in the $9.2 million leased investment sale of a high-end south Reno industrial building consisting of over 93,000 square feet. He is also a member of NAIOP’s Developing Leaders, which is an exclusive program that entitles young professionals to participate in NAIOP’s extensive network, gain instant access to the latest industry news and enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities. Krueger grew up in Reno and is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno. Before beginning his career in commercial real estate, he operated a successful personal training business for four years. He was a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Fitness Professional with many successful years of playing sports where he excelled beginning at a young age. Krueger and his wife, Alyson, are new parents to their daughter Lyla who was born in 2016.

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Nevada Builders Alliance Project of Regional Significance

Basin Street Properties partnered with longtime Nevada developer and contractor Bentar Development to redevelop the former Kings Inn into 3rd Street Flats. The 94-unit upscale apartment and retail complex opened in December of 2016. The former Kings Inn, a long standing challenge for the City of Reno, sat vacant for over 30 years until Chi Chi Bengochea of Bentar Development had the vision to leverage the building’s existing structure, and completely remake it as upscale apartments with over 9,000 square feet of ground level retail space. The luxury apartments feature open concept floor plans with contemporary finishes including high-end appliances, custom kitchen islands with European cabinetry, quartz surface countertops, pendant lighting, plank flooring and ceramic tile in the baths. It also features a sky pool and sun deck on the third level, a fitness studio, secure underground parking and the pet friendly amenities of a dog park and dog washing station. The complex also features onsite property management, fireside roof deck and barbecue area, panoramic views, social lounge, on-site storage and bike amenities.

Mixed-Use Development of the Year

3rd Street Flats

Virginia Street Bridge Contractor: Q & D Construction, Inc. Lead Design: Jacobs Engineering Group Civil and Landscape Design: Stantec Consulting Surveying: Tri State Survey Independent Material Testing: Wood Rodgers Subcontractors: Legends Landscaping, Northeast Masonry, Reno Iron Works Company, Titan Electrical Contracting Inc., Tutto Ferro Inc. The new Virginia Street Bridge was completed in 2016. It replaced the bridge that had been originally built more than 100 years ago to carry residents and visitors into the heart of downtown Reno. Well past its service life, the bridge’s historic status gave way to safety and flood concerns. The City of Reno, in partnership with the Truckee River Flood Management Authority, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the Federal Highway Administration implemented a plan to replace the bridge while respectfully preserving its distinguished history. The Virginia Street Bridge project included demolition of the former bridge, an earth-filled, reinforced concrete, dual-arch structure spanning the Truckee River, and the construction of a new, reinforced concrete, rigid frame, bowstring truss bridge. The project also added a river access plaza adjacent to the main City Plaza to increase recreational use of the Truckee River. The new bridge is 166 feet in length and varies in width from about 84 feet to 98 feet. Construction of the bridge began in June 2015 and was completed April 2016. Q & D Construction’s team of self-performing builders and subcontractors completed the bridge replacement project in 180 working days over a period of 10 months, three months ahead of the anticipated schedule, reducing the overall duration by a season. Q & D and the project team used an innovative approach to achieve significant cost and schedule savings.

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Office Development of the Year

Wood Rodgers Office Building 1361 Corporate Blvd., Reno

Contractor: Miles Construction Civil Engineer: Wood Rodgers Architect: CWX Architects, Inc. Lender: Jim Griffin, Northern Trust Broker: Brad Elgin, Stark & Associates EMR Land Company was approached in spring 2015 with the opportunity to partner with Wood Rodgers on a build-to-suit project at 1361 Corporate Blvd. The two-acre site is now home to Wood Rodgers and a 20,000-squarefoot office and geotechnical lab. Modern design elements such as a block structure, glass and steel combined with tiled wood floors, exposed ceilings and transom windows provide an open industrial feel with plenty of natural light. The open-concept office space consists of a mix of collaborative workspaces and private offices with sliding glass doors. The design of the building provides for both a visually appealing and highly functional work environment, while the two large conference rooms pay tribute to the local origins by displaying historical images of Reno and Sparks on the massive 10-foot glass walls and doors.

2642 East Jennings Road, Elko

Contractor: Tanamera Construction, Inc. Architect: JDA Architecture Planning Landscape Architect: LA Studio Civil Engineer: Summit Engineering Corporation Electrician: All Out Electric Plumber: HTA Plumbing Roofing: Summit Roofing HVAC: Enix Mechanical The new Ruby Vista Apartments overlook all of the Elko and the Ruby Mountains. The project consists of 120 units ranging in size from 1,157 square feet to 1,332 square feet. The villas feature large modern open floor plans, washer and dryer, wood style flooring, granite countertops, fireplaces, stainless steel appliances and oversized balconies and patios. The property includes a 5,300-square-foot clubhouse with a state-of-the-art fitness center, great room and game area, business center, pool with views, Jacuzzi and community firepits. The clubhouse has wood style flooring and natural stone accents. The property also features a community BBQ and picnic area, playground, garages and covered parking.


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Multifamily Development of the Year

Ruby Vista Apartments

1 Ballpark Lane, Reno

Developer: Basin Street Properties Contractor: Metcalf Builders Architects: PK Architects, KLA Architecture, Pawlowski Architects Lender: Farmer & Merchants Bank Title Company: Ticor Title of Nevada, Inc.

Public Use Development of the Year

The 135-room, non-smoking, non-gaming hotel opened August 2016. The new state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard provides greater flexibility and choices for its guests. At the center of it all is The Bistro, a destination for a great breakfast, or drinks and dinner during the evening. The Courtyard also provides flexible spaces where guests can work or relax, free Wi-Fi throughout. The hotel also features a well-equipped fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. The new hotel was built on the former dilapidated Nevada Inn. It is located in downtown Reno across the street from Greater Nevada Field and right on the Truckee River. With its central location the property draws downtown business travelers, leisure travelers, baseball fans and travelers associated with the University of Nevada, Reno and the two nearby hospitals.

Hospitality Development of the Year

Courtyard by Marriott Reno Downtown/Riverfront

Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada William N. Pennington Teen Center 1870 Russell Way, Carson City

Contractor: Shaheen Beauchamp Builders LLC Architect: Michael Thompson, Tectonics Design Group Engineer: Lumos & Associates The project was funded by a $1.2 million naming gift from the William N. Pennington Foundation of Reno and donations from the community. The 6,500-square-foot center replaced the Club’s previous Teen Center space of less than 600 square feet. The Club currently serves more than 300 kids, ages 12 to 18, each month. The Teen Center completes the Club’s vision for teens to have a separate, dedicated space of their own with age appropriate facilities separate from that of younger children, and its partnership with Carson City for use of the city’s Multi-Use Athletic Center (MAC) facility also completed in 2016, which sits adjacent to the Club. The Center features a large two-story open space with video game center, TV lounge, snack bar with room to expand to a full kitchen as the Center grows, pub tables, pool and foosball tables, and, the Center favorite, builtin bleachers with electrical outlets for charging mobile devices. The Center also has a media center with video editing capabilities, homework room and an airy art studio. Shaheen Beauchamp Builders LLC broke ground on the project in Oct. 2015 and construction was completed in June 2016.

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Redevelopment/Reuse Project of the Year

1401 Midtown

1401 S. Virginia St., Reno Developer: S3 Development Company Contractors: M2 Construction and Homecrafters Architects: Mike McGonagle, Todd Copenhaver and Van WoertBigotti Brokers: Dominic Brunetti and Scott Shanks, Dickson Commercial Group Title Company: First Centennial Title Company 1401 Midtown is now home to Bristlecone Holdings, Morgan’s Lobster Shack and Michael & Sons Jewelers. The 21,000-square-foot project is Midtown’s largest mixed-use development that includes retail, professional office and restaurant space. The centerpiece of 1401 Midtown is an open air 2,000-square-foot plaza for outdoor gatherings and dining space for Morgan’s Lobster Shack. Urban style lighting and the exposed brick fulfill the community’s aesthetic promise.

1505 Medical Parkway, Carson City

Owner: Dr. Alan Tack, Carson Dermatology Architect: Jeff Frame, Frame Architecture, Inc. Contractor: John Anderson Construction Located within the Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center in north Carson City, the 15,000-square-foot project was completed and opened July 2016. The project orientation positions the building so that the main lobby receives winter passive solar gain and the heat radiates throughout the building. The large overhang shields the lobby during the warm summer months while maintaining the southern views of the city and golf course. The exterior consists of multiple finishes from stone veneer, split face concrete block and stucco. The interior design features stone veneer, photo metal landscape prints, video performance art, and even trexdecking on the lobby ceiling. This project was also awarded 2016 Best Commercial Project under $5,000,000 from the Builders Association of Northern Nevada.


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Specialty Office Development of the Year

Carson Dermatology

2151 Lockheed Way, Carson City

Contractor: Shaheen Beauchamp Builders LLC Architect: Jeff Frame, Frame Architecture Structural Engineering: Paul Ferrari Civil Engineering: Manhard Consulting Design Build Sub-Contractors: RHP Mechanical and Paradigm Electric Building 51 is the original manufacturing shop on the Click Bond, Inc. campus, which originally housed the entire operation and its five employees in 1987. Click Bond’s president and CEO Karl Hutter wanted to turn part of Building 51’s manufacturing shop into office space to house the engineering and design staff with the prototype lab, with an additional conference room on a second level. To achieve this, Shaheen Beauchamp cut through the exterior walls and created a 2,000-square-foot space for a big open lobby with a steel staircase leading up to a spacious, 500-square-foot conference room. Construction included a unique ground source high efficiency heating and cooling system, Carson City’s first non-geothermal ground source system, designed especially for use of available groundwater on Click Bond’s campus. Miles of pipes and 75 wells dug 250-300 feet down under the tarmac of the Carson City airport circulate water kept a fairly constant 70 degrees underground throughout the building’s HVAC system. Specially designed ducting was built into the arching support beams in the conference space, reflecting the sleek interior of an aircraft. No gas is used in the building, and all lighting is high efficiency LED, significantly adding to the building’s energy efficiency. This year-long project was completed without Click Bond ever having to shut down production, keeping Carson City’s largest employer working throughout construction. Construction was brought in on budget and ahead of schedule using 21 regional sub-contractors, employing as many as 100 skilled workers throughout all phase of construction.

Industrial Development of the Year

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