We are a Nevada Licensed Design-Build General Contractor serving the Las Vegas valley and beyond.
Since 1980, Breslin Builders has been a trusted and sought after commercial general contracting firm, crafting a wide range of projects in the Las Vegas valley area and beyond. With projects ranging from retail and convenience stores, casinos and hospitality, offices and warehouses, to high-rise residential towers, and almost every project type between, Breslin Builders has the reputation, team, and decades of experience to bring our client’s needs and dreams to reality. With the range and uniqueness of projects Breslin Builders has constructed for our valued clients over the years, no project is too complex for us to handle.
Whether it is a design-build project, a LEED based project, predevelopment services or straight up bidding/general contracting, when you are looking for team members for your next development or construction project needs, look no further than Breslin Builders.
Now is a great time to contact us and discuss how Breslin Builders can help you with your project!
Site work and final grading for the parking lot area is in progress at the St Rose Coronado project we are constructing in Henderson, Nevada. The building exteriors are receiving their final coats of paint and other decorative features also. Interior core/shell improvements, as well as interior tenant improvements, areRead more »
The laborious task of preparing the site for the foundation systems at the All Storage Inspirada project in Henderson, Nevada is progressing. The site contains many large rocks that have required heavy equipment to unearth and strategically remove. Screening and blending are being used to get the most benefit fromRead more »
The Dollar Storage project Breslin Builders is constructing on Centennial Boulevard in North Las Vegas is nearing completion. Asphalt paving was recently completed for the project. Finish work for the various mechanical, electrical, fire sprinkler, painting, and other systems is also being completed. Progress photos are below:Read more »