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Industry Resources
Below we share with you resources for industry. Click on any of the links to learn more, find printable assets, and more.
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Regional and National Resources

Nevada Contractors Association

The Nevada Contractors Association is a non-profit construction trade association run by contractors for the benefit of the construction industry.

https://www.nvcontractors.org/constructionconnection.html

 

AGC of America

Established in 1918, the Associated General Contractors of America is the oldest, largest and most respected construction trade association in the United States.

https://www.agc.org/home

 

Desert Conservation Program

The DCP implements actions to ensure survivability of covered species in the wild.

https://www.mojavemax.com/build/about-the-dcp/index.html

Transport Ecology
A globally-relevant open access resource to share information, knowledge and experience in ecologically-friendly transport planning and management.

https://transportecology.info/

Bio Logical LLC

Wildlife Consulting and Biological Services for Solar, Infrastructure and Development Projects

https://getbiological.com

Southern Nevada Water Authority

The Southern Nevada Water Authority builds and maintains an intricate system of intakes, water treatment facilities, pumping stations and pipelines to supply Southern Nevada with water.

https://www.snwa.com/business/engineering-construction/index.html

Downloadable Resources

NEPA Handbook

California Survey and Monitoring Protocols and Guidelines (USFWS)

Nevada Tortoise Pre-project Survey Guidelines (USFWS)

Nevada Wildlife Action Plan

Air Quality, Clark County, NV

Nevada Botany Directory

DIRT is working to create a headquarter location that will serve as a wildlife rehabilitation and community education center, as well as
a venue for infrastructure industry meetings, trainings and public notice hearings for development projects.

The wildlife rehab center will partner with veterinary students to provide a real-life training for clinics, and will be a free venue for
schools and the community featuring STEM exhibits and energy efficient architectural features.

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