The Harry Reid Research and Technology Park will spread over 122 acres of land and will encompass 12 office buildings comprising more than 1.5 million square feet of commercial office space.
Gardner Co. along with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas are moving forward with the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park, a 122-acre master-planned research and technology community in Las Vegas. Gardner Co. has been retained by UNLV Research Foundation as master developer of the tech park.
The facility was spearheaded […]
Gardner Company profile in the July 2017 issue of Nevada Business Magazine.
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Vice President of Development
Gardner Company (1 year with company in Nevada)
Type of Business: Full Service Real Estate Development Company | Hails from: Henderson, Nevada | 1 year with company in Nevada | Based in:Henderson
Dan Stewart is vice president of development for the Gardner Co.’s recently opened Southern Nevada office. Gardner is the master developer for the UNLV Research Foundation’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park. Slater Hanifan Group are the civil engineers in the development for Phase One of the park. Ed Vance & Associates are the architects.
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On Nov. 21, Gardner Company announced Ed Vance and Associates as the architects for the UNLV Harry Reid Research & Technology Park.
The UNLV Research Foundation realized it needed a partner for its research and technology park to reach its potential.
Two months after the announcement that Utah-based Gardner Co. would serve as master developer of the UNLV Harry Reid Research & Technology Park, it’s preparing for additional development beyond the two tenants on the 120-acre site in the southwest valley. Some 93 acres are […]
Dan Stewart, vice president of Development for Salt Lake City-based Gardner Co., is serving as point man for the company’s first Southern Nevada project.
The Gardner Company announced today the selection of Slater Hanifan Group as civil engineers in the development of phase one for the UNLV Harry Reid Research & Technology Park.
Technology park developer: ‘Together, we can make a major difference’
Dan Stewart is vice president of development at the Gardner Co., which recently was chosen by the UNLV Research Foundation to develop the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park. Construction on two buildings at the park, including a 100,000-square-foot space for a specialty pharmacy, began last year. Gardner Co. is recruiting additional tenants to the park.