Current Projects

Spring Mountain Visitor Gateway Center:

The Center will be the gateway facility for visitors coming to the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. The project will include extensive finish site-work of a reclaimed and terraced upper plaza from an abandoned golf course site (approximately 30 acres) to include the construction of utilities, parking lots, trails, landscaping, picnic areas, educational nodes, interpretation areas, amphitheater, an 800 square foot educational building, and a 4,500 square foot visitor center. The visitor center will have dedicated interpretation areas and retail sales space.

This project is located on Highway 157 at milepost 5.1 near Mt. Charleston, NV inside the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area a part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

 

Superintendent:           Curtis Ashbaugh

Project Manager:         Bob Farthing

 

Lake Forest Water Quality Improvement Project – Panorama:

The Lake Forest Water Quality Improvement Project – Panorama is located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, two miles east of Tahoe City.  This is the final project phase of water quality improvements in the Lake Forest area.  The project includes stream restoration and general erosion control facilities that include grading, stream channel construction and modification of existing channels, associated revegetation and habitat restoration, culvert replacements, and road improvements.

 

Superintendent:         Cory Green

Project Manager:         Mark Rosa

 

McCullough Vista Park:

The 6-acre McCullough Vista Park is located at the northwest corner of Greenway Road and Mission Drive with panoramic views of the McCullough Mountains. The park will provide open space and services for pedestrians, runners and bicyclists that can be used for rest, relaxation and recreation.  Designed to be a focal point for the neighborhood, the park will include large open turf play areas, group picnic areas, artistic interpretive walls, a custom restroom with viewing deck, pedestrian, and gardens.

 

Superintendent:         Eric Garriss

Project Manager:         Bob Farthing

 

Loading Dock Remove & Replace Freight Elevator (NV State Museum):

Project consists of construction of a loading dock on the south side of the Nevada State Museum on Robinson Street; increasing the size of the elevator shaft and installing a larger freight elevator, a small storage building for grounds maintenance equipment and flammable materials, a dust collection system and air compressor for the basement wood shop, removal of an abandoned underground fuel tank, relocation of emergency generator, and creation of a screen wall.

 

Superintendent:         John Giannini

Project Manager:         Mark Byars