Signature Preparatory Charter School opened its first location in August of 2019 to more than 500 Kindergarten through 8th-grade students on nine acres of land located near Lake Mead and Boulder Highway in Henderson, NV. The charter school underwent quite the redevelopment when the owner purchased the Boulder Crossings Retail Center, which was previously occupied
Project Profile: Post Pavilion Our team was proud to partner with Remington Nevada on a new retail development in the southwest part of the valley. Post Pavilion, a four-acre site located at 6255 South Durango Drive offers 31,000 SF of retail space in an underserved residential area. DC Building Group served as the general contractor
On Friday, Oct. 18 we were proud to recognize more than 100 workers and their commitment to job site safety for Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas’ new campus at Nellis Air Force Base. The construction team for CASLV - Nellis has worked diligently over the past eight months to ensure safe
Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas’ new campus at Nellis Air Force Base has undergone quite the transformation over the past two months. Our team is proud to be part of this historic campus and building a new modern facility for its students. Browse through to see all the progress happening on-site. Take
Construction Update: Mountains Edge Marketplace The walls are up and the roof installation is underway for a new 22,000 square-foot retail shell in Mountains Edge Marketplace. Check out the progress photos below.
As a new school year kicks off, we’re sharing some of our most recent educational projects the team has led throughout the valley. American Leadership Academy (Freedom Classical Academy) 777 E. Ann Road, North Las Vegas Constructed in 2017, this 72,577 square-foot charter school sits on 8 acres of land in North Las
Our founder and CEO, Shawn Danoski sat down with Takeaways host, Hayim Mizrachi to share their thoughts from NAIOP Southern Nevada's July breakfast program. The discussion focused on what specific projects are keeping contractors, developers and brokers busy for the next 6 - 24 months. Panelists included Kerry Cartmill, DC Building Group; Doug Roberts, Panattoni
Technology is changing the way people and machinery work throughout the world. In the construction industry, technology is helping to increase safety and reduce costs through the use of autonomous machines, and virtual and augmented reality. Robotics Autonomous machines are gradually being introduced on construction sites and companies are seeing increased safety and more efficiency.
Together, we raised $5,400+ for NVCCF On March 29th, thirty-two teams showcased their skills in our inaugural 3ON3 charity basketball tournament benefiting the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. The day-long event brought together more than 200 industry professionals and raised more than $5,400, helping to send 21 children currently battling cancer to Camp Cartwheel. A huge thank you to our