RANCHARRAH

Reno, NV

General Contractor for this 36,000 SF residence for John Harrah including all associated high-end interior finishes, pump house consisting of fertilization tanks used to irrigate the property, mechanical house including emergency generators, chillers, and boilers.

Completed 2004
$8,000,000

CHATEAU HEAVENLY VILLAGE EARTHWORK & FOUNDATIONS
South Lake Tahoe, CA

General Contractor for this fast-tracked construction project consisting of all foundation and retaining walls for the Chateau at Heavenly Village. The redevelopment project Building Work consisted of excavating and exporting 120,000 CY of material and placing 20,000 CY of concrete 7 weeks implementing a 7 days/week, 12-hours/day schedule with night pours taking place 4 nights/week. Work also included extensive soil shoring, waterproofing, backfilling, and mechanical, plumbing, and electrical underground improvements. These foundations were the first stage of the $206,000,000 hotel/condominium/ convention center Building A project.

Completed 2008
$25,800,000
SQUAW VALLEY GOLD COAST DAM & SLOPE STABILIZATION
Truckee CA

General Contractor for the Gold Coast Dam improvements consisting of the retrofit and expansion of existing concrete dam using specialized ground tensioned anchor rods to supplement added foundations.  Lakeview ski run erosion control project stabilized a very steep eroding slope by placing with helicopter steel mesh fabric anchored into top of the slope.

Completed 2014
$1,800,000
CHATEAU HEAVENLY VILLAGE UTILITIES RELOCATION & SITE WORK
South Lake Tahoe, CA

General Contractor for the relocation of existing underground utilities to surrounding streets to clear the site for the construction of the Chateau at Heavenly Village redevelopment project. Work included demolition of the existing foundations, site clearing, installation of 4,000 LF of new 14” domestic water and 4,600 LF of new 12” high pressure gas lines as well as new sewer, electrical, telephone, cable TV and storm drain infrastructure improvements as two city streets were abandoned to create the project site.

Completed 2007
$3,800,000