Our winter has been a bit more mild than year's past, and we're taking full advantage of it. Our crews have been hard at work in MidTown especially in the area of S. Center Street and S. Virginia Street working on the new roundabout. Thanks for all of your incredible support Midtown District Reno, Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County - RTC, The Arch Society and Junkee Clothing Exchange & Antiques
MidTown May 2020 Update
Lately, we have all become masters of perfecting our lemonade recipes using the endless bowls of lemons with which we have been inundated. With each passing day, we’re starting to see that light at the end of the tunnel shine a little brighter as we start to return to some resemblance of the normal, we knew. With an outpouring of support from the MidTown District, RTC, Business Owners and Project Partners, we’ve been making monumental leaps forward on the Virginia Street Project. All major paving, sidewalk, curb, and gutter work is wrapping up.
Virginia Street Reconstruction Project – June 2020
Virginia Street Reconstruction Project Roundabout – June 2020
We Love Midtown District Reno!
Working in Construction can be hard work. Working in Construction during the winter months, can be downright brutal. Today however, mother nature took the day off from sending snow, rain and wind our way so we could make even more progress in MidTown.
Even better, one of our MidTown crews, led by Kurt Zimmer, was able to take lunch today along side some of our office staff to enjoy one of MidTown's hot spots, Fat Cat Bar & Grill! Yummy!
Clint, the owner, offers up some terrific foods that satisfy just about every appetite out there. What's more, Clint and his staff are extremely friendly and welcoming. But don't take our word for it...go and say "Hi" to Clint for yourself - you won't regret it! Tell him SNC sent ya! Thanks Clint! Lunch was fantastic!
Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc
Licensed in the State of Nevada since 1988 SNC is a trusted provider of quality heavy civil construction for companies across the region.
Virginia Street CMAR Underground Utility Work
Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc worked with Reno's Regional Transportation Commission to transform the MidTown district in Reno for the CMAR Project. Phase 1 of the project focused on upgrading the underground infrastructure in preparation for Phase 2 complete streets reconstruction.
North Valleys Commerce Center
SNC is very happy to announce that we have partnered with Alston Construction for their largest ever commercial warehouse project in Northern Nevada. A total of 1.36 Million SF of warehouse space in 5 buildings and another 300,000 SF in phase 3 will be constructed simultaneously between Phases 3 and 4 with over 650,000 CY of earth-moving, 100,000 Tons of aggregate base and over 40,000 LF of piping.
Department of Transportation: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
January 18, 2019 – Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. was awarded the DBE Program Champion Award For Being the Prime Contractor to Exceed DBE Goals by the Largest Margin on Projects. Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc is extremely honored today to have been awarded the DBE Program Champion Award and Certificate of Appreciation from the Nevada Department of Transportation “For Being the Prime Contractor to Exceed DBE Goals by the Largest Margin on Projects”. Thank you NDOT for recognizing what we do to support the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program in our beautiful state.
RTC Virginia Street - Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project
Sierra Nevada Construction has begun Phase 2 of the RTC Virginia Street – Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project in Downtown and Midtown Reno. The Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project is an $80-million investment in our community that will create connectivity between Midtown Reno and the University of Nevada, Reno, and will support economic development, enhance safety, and improve livability in the corridor. The project addresses critical transportation needs including improving transit connectivity, efficiency, and timeliness through connecting RAPID to the University of Nevada, Reno, improving safety for all modes, correcting ADA sidewalk deficiencies, improving traffic operations and beautifying the corridor. The project is funded with fuel tax, federal and private funds. Please check back for additional updates or visit http://virginiastreetproject.com for more project details.
See what some of the MidTown District business owners have to say for yourself.