Breslin Builders has completed the construction documents and recently submitted the Sobb Avenue Warehouse project to Clark County for approvals. We anticipate an April 2018 start pending final Clark County Building Department and Fire Department approvals.
An updated rendering of the project is below.
Breslin Builders is providing design-build services for a new 32,000 square foot office/warehouse project located in the southwest part of the Las Vegas valley. Located at the end of Sobb Avenue west of Rainbow Boulevard (between Patrick and Post), the project will be a three tenant building with associated warehouse spaces.
Anticipated to be constructed of tilt-up concrete walls with a hybrid roof framing system (wood and metal), the project will build on the decades of experience Breslin Builders has on this type of project and construction.
In addition to the building, the site will have multiple recessed docks, parking, truck access, and a large trash enclosure.
Initial design work has begun, with our next step to including coordination of the land-use approvals with Clark County. We anticipate a Fall 2018 delivery.
Breslin Builders continues our progress on the Westwood Cultivation MME facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. This facility is being located within an existing warehouse structure and will have about 25% over the overall space developed in this phase, with future work and phases to be completed after opening and needed NV Energy power feed upgrades are performed. This is our second MME cultivation project in the works, with others on the “drawing board”. In addition to the cultivation facility, we are also providing design-build services for a fully separated production facility located at the same location.
Progress photos are below:
The Redwood Warehouse MME project, a design-build project, is progressing along with wall framing, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical work taking place. This project will be a medical marijuana cultivation facility.
Progress photos are below:
The permits for the Redwood Warehouse project have been issued and the work at the site is starting to take shape. This is one of Breslin Builder’s numerous medical marijuana cultivation facility projects we are current working on.
This project consists of the conversion of an existing 20,000 square foot warehouse into a cultivation facility, with Phase I being constructed now and a future Phase II to finish out the grow rooms as needed.
As with the others, this one is a design-build project we have provided design services for and are now providing construction services on. This project is set to finish in April 2016. Progress photos area below:
Now that we have the permit in hand, Breslin Builders is actively progressing with the remodeling of Core3D’s new facilities. New restrooms, remodeled offices, added break room, and other upgrades are in process for their new dental lab and equipment. Progress photos on some of the work are below:
The permit for Core3D Centres’ new Las Vegas location has recently been issued by Clark County Building Department and the remodel work can begin. The project is located at 6440 Schirlls Street in Las Vegas, Nevada within an existing office/warehouse building the owner purchased and contracted with Breslin Builders to provide design-build services. Core3D Centres provides various services to the dental industry including manufacture of various types of dental implants, teeth, and other related services and products. They will be moving from their current smaller space into this new facility once completed.
Working closely with Core3d Centres, Breslin Builders and our design-build subcontractors (Fleming Air, US Plumbing, and Helix Electric) provided design and engineering services of the new project, including various changes within the space, enlarged restrooms, added control and QC areas, storage rooms, new upper level exit stairs, upgrades and changes to the existing HVAC system, and other areas and items needed to make the existing space with with their requirements. The space will house their various milling and 3D printing machines, as well as computer and support facilities related to their business. The biggest hurdle for the project is the added electrical loads their American and German made milling machines require, which require an upgrade to the main building service, that we are working with Helix Electric and NV Energy to provide. The existing warehouse will be refinished and upgraded with full air conditioning in place of the existing evaporative cooling system. New finishes throughout the project are being provided, as well as new exterior painting. We anticipate this project to be completed early summer.
More information about Core3D Centres can be found here.