Builders obtained 1,553 building permits through the end of August, according to Dennis Smith, president of Home Builders Research. That means Henderson could approach 2,000 permits by the end of the year, he said. Back in 2013, builders obtained 1,087 permits and that jumped to 1,187 in 2014 and 1,679 in 2015, Smith said.
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Construction workers will remain busy for years building medical facilities and renovating and expanding hospital campuses in Las Vegas.
February was a monster month for the UNLV School of Medicine.
The future is now for the Las Vegas Medical District.
It’s not every day that a community builds a hospital. In fact it’s been a decade here in the Las Vegas Valley.
Never mind the calendar. Spring has arrived, and this (formerly) young man’s fancy has turned to baseball.
America’s oil-and-gas boom has been a boon in innumerable ways, but its greatest value might be the livelihoods it has given to men and women without college degrees. From pump operators to truck drivers to roustabouts, the fracking revolution generated a cornucopia of opportunities for folks who aren’t higher-education material.
I’ve been thinking a lot about legacy systems this week.
The foreign-policy and “defense” establishment is nothing if not nimble.
Due to an editing error, the Nov. 6 list of Intellectual Property Law Firms omitted the firms of Howard & Howard and Dickinson Wright, which should have been tied for third on the list with eight IP attorneys each. The list appeared correctly in the Book of Lists published Dec. 28.
The Book of Lists, the Business Press' annual compilation of research on the largest businesses in various categories across the Las Vegas Valley, is on its way to subscribers.
For those who think that adulthood means never having to get vaccinated, think again.
The opinions of some insurance executives and physicians offer a glimpse into the complex landscape and the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
Beata Kwiatowska is a doctor many Southern Nevada residents have relied on for their health and recovery during the last 15 years, but many haven't even met her.
The American Red Cross has a wide array of offering for businesses.
Keeping employees healthy pays dividends for HealthCare Partners Nevada.
A medical concept that's been around for more than a decade -- but new to the valley -- may be a wave of the future when it comes to medical appointments.
What does being green mean to you? Our recent Green Awards call for nominations turned up many local companies and individuals who embrace a variety of green sustainable practices within their organizations. They are conserving energy, recycling waste and reducing pollution, and most importantly, they are all working to improve our planet and our lives.
Green Chips, a sustainability nonprofit providing resources through collaborations, is the Green Award winner in the nonprofit category.
When faced with the decision to move KLVX-TV Channel 10 television from its old studio location, Tom Axtell had no idea of the journey into the world of sustainability that awaited him.
A commitment to green building is a common tagline shared by many resorts, not just in Las Vegas, but around the world.
At CDW's Western Distribution Center in North Las Vegas, recycling is more than a workplace concept — itâs a lifestyle employees are encouraged to take home.