Article submitted by Alli Williams, The Abbi Agency
The Brewery Arts Center, founded in 1975, has grown deep roots in Nevada. The main building was built in 1860, and was originally the home of Carson Brewing Company. Since its inception, the Brewery Arts Center has grown to be the largest non-profit arts center in northern Nevada. The center offers live theater, music, film projects, art gallery spaces, concerts, meetings, banquet spaces, art classes, and more. With recent renovations from Newtron, the buildings are now safe and well-lit, as an arts center should be.
Newtron, one of the largest privately-owned Specialty Electrical Construction companies in the United States, spent three weeks working at the Brewery Arts Center to refresh the facilities. They replaced fixtures in classrooms, ran new switch legs, and reduced light pollution. Newtron was more than happy to help make the campus brighter and safer, even executing on tasks that were not in the original scope.
“The lighting and new switches inside the buildings were a total game changer for us,” said Mikey Wiencek, Director of Operations at Brewery Arts Center. “Our galleries, offices, and classrooms are so much brighter and make the art so much nicer, and the restrooms and hallways that were so yellow and dim are all bright, and clean.”