Reno Contracting Launches Tenant Improvement Group
SAN DIEGO, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Reno Contracting announced today it has formed a new division dedicated exclusively to tenant improvements. Specializing in build-to-suit services, Reno’s new Tenant Improvement (TI) Division will focus on providing competitively priced tenant improvement projects on a small scale–approximately 1,000-10,000 sq. ft.
While Reno is known for providing build-to-suit services on any scale, the company believes that smaller-scale tenant improvements will continue to be a strong sector as businesses regroup, re-negotiate lease terms, and modify their work space, in navigating to a stronger economy, according to Reno Contracting President Walt Fegley.
“We have the people and expertise, made evident on larger scale projects, to apply to the smaller tenant improvement market,” said Fegley. “We will adjust our processes, ensure the same quality, and bring our buying power, financial and bonding strength and extensive project experience to these types of jobs.”
Reno Contracting is one of the leading build-to-suit general contractors in Southern California. This is the second division the company has established in the last 18 months devoted to unique specialization. In 2009, Reno launched Reno ESP (Efficient Sustainable Practices), to help enhance the efficiencies and drive down operating costs of new and existing buildings. ESP is also involved in renewable energy and is currently engaged in many solar projects.
Previous tenant improvement projects have ranged from corporate offices, law firms and cafeterias to spas and salons. Ed Wenz heads up the new division for Reno and Gary Magill will provide field coordination.
Founded in 1993, Reno Contracting has dedicated itself to progressive efficient processes, quality people and exemplary values in order to deliver outstanding value and service to clients. Reno specializes in build-to-suit services for the biotech, medical, commercial, industrial and retail industries; solar PV; sustainable “green” construction; and tenant improvements. ENR: Engineering News-Record in 2009 and 2010 ranked Reno 9th in Southern California and 64th nationwide among Green Contractors, based on contracting revenue from registered sustainable projects.
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SOURCE Reno Contracting