Nevada is quickly becoming a national hub for technology, manufacturing, and distribution. In 2018, northern Nevada added more than 2,100 quality jobs, attracted 14 new company headquarters, and diversified the economy through major expansion. Nearly 300 startup companies chose northern Nevada in the last year.
The news is out: Nevada is special and Brycon decided it was the perfect place to expand their business.
Initially, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center and the exciting new developments there brought Brycon to northern Nevada. However, they chose it as a home not only because of the burgeoning technology and manufacturing economy but also because of the Reno-Tahoe community. Reno has held onto its small-town flavor and support of local business. Brycon employees visited and decided to never leave.
“After just a month of attending events people would recognize us by name,” said David Smith, Senior Vice President at Brycon. “We knew we wanted to be a part of what’s happening here, from the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center to the revitalization of downtown.”
Brycon is one of the largest general contractors in the southwest with a large presence in New Mexico and Arizona. They made Nevada a permanent home in 2015 when they followed advanced manufacturing clients to the region. Here in Nevada, Brycon is a self-performing specialty contractor with cleanroom, automated material handling system (AMHS), mechanical, electrical, framing, drywall, plumbing, and painting crews.
Brycon’s self-performing crews ensure that they have the experts on staff and available to meet the most complex project needs. Their roots in high-technology environments require rigorous safety and quality control methods, along with specialty trades and expertise; they bring this experience and skill set to northern Nevada, a region experiencing a large influx of technology and manufacturing companies. When the scope extends far beyond the normal project, that’s when Brycon comes in.
While Brycon is still new to Reno, they have worked to fully immerse themselves into the community. They’ve established partnerships with more than a dozen subcontractors in the region and are active members of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), Builders Association of Northern Nevada (BANN), NAIOP, and CREW. From buying their office furniture from a local small business to printing at a locally-owned shop, Brycon supports and invests in northern Nevada.
They have many happy, local clients, one of which stated, “[Brycon] develops creative, value-added solutions that are responsive to the cultural context of the project.”
Brycon is a team member companies can rely on to not only meet deadlines but also to pay close attention to communication, safety, quality and customer satisfaction. They bring knowledge and commitment to each project and an understanding of the challenges a company faces allowing them to be an asset to projects.
Doing Business in Nevada.
The benefit of doing business in Nevada is growth without the red tape. Nevada makes it easy to do business. The attitude is more how can we help yourather than why should we help you. That collaborative, communal engagement fits the Brycon culture well. As for living in Nevada, the benefits include a small community feel with big city opportunities and an unmatched outdoors experience.
Brycon is a commercial construction company with its roots in cleanroom construction offering full-spectrum construction services in manufacturing, healthcare, education, hospitality, and retail. They perform ground-up construction, tenant improvements, and renovations.
For more information about Brycon, please visit their website at https://brycon.com.