Expansion progress at Faith Lutheran Middle/High School; The Student Center is will gain additional space for Cheer/Tumbling, Teacher's Lounge and Storage Area.
Wonderful progress at Faith Lutheran Church in Summerlin! The forms are in place in preparation for the cement pour. Slab on Grade almost complete...
Exterior stucco and stone veneer is complete at Residence Inn by Marriott. The teams are in progress with cabinet & counter installation, drywall finishes and hardscape & landscape preparation.
DCBG's Director of Client Services Brenden Graves MBA, guest starred on Tony Keep and Natalie Wainwright's radio show, "Keeping Up With Real Estate." On May 31, 2018 Brenden, Tony and Natalie discussed the state of Real Estate in Las Vegas, Brenden's exciting history in sales and marketing as well as his military background,
Ryco Rail has a new steel canopy and docking area. DCBG performed the demolition and grading of the existing concrete and asphalt. And, DCBG completed the concrete, structural steel, retaining wall, fencing, painted railings, gates, loading docks and bin areas. The team in North Las Vegas will have improved rack and sorting methods
The Welcome To Las Vegas Store is now open in Caesar's Forum Shops. DC Building Group recently renovated the 10,523 SF retail space. Improvements included demolition, framing, doors, glazing, finishes, flooring, HVAC, electrical, track lights, specialty lighting and signage/shelf/display installation. Located at 3500 S. Las Vegas Boulevard on The Strip inside Caesar's Palace Casino,
Mission Pines Nursing and Rehabilitation Center recently remodeled three wings of the facility. DC Building Group is proud to perform the improvements on the 100, 200 and 300 halls in multiple phases. Nursing stations, therapy rooms, main dining area, storage rooms, recreational lounges, hallways and resident rooms received upgrades and new finishes. Located
Cottonwood Station Eatery is now open in the Red Rock Conservation area. DC Building Group is proud to construct this new ground-up restaurant and partner with owners who re-purposed many materials to create a meaningful and heart-warming cafe. Longtime Blue Diamond residents Jody Lyman and Steve Enger saw the need for a community café