Mendoza, CEO and Founder of Keep It Clean Las Vegas, LLC., a minority and woman-owned business offering residential, commercial, construction and hospitality industry services, is recognized throughout Southern Nevada for building strategic partnerships and alliances between local businesses and nonprofit organizations.
“Over the years I have experienced first hand the benefits of being a member of the National Association of Minority Contractors,”
Board members serving with Mendoza include: Mike Walsh, Vice President, Kitchell project director; Howard Tribble, Treasurer, Tribble Group, LLC. owner; Sherrie Hermann, Secretary, Cal-Pac Painting owner; Marcos Barajas, Board Member, Barajas & Associates owner and William Wray, Board Member, Greenberg Trauring attorney.
Since 1969 NAMC has helped minority contractors create a forum for sharing information and mutual support. Membership is open to people of all races and ethnic backgrounds. Its mandate is “Building Bridges-Crossing Barriers,” and focuses on construction concerns common to all contruction contractors.
The Nevada chapter is sponsoring a special membership event Feb. 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. to discuss the upcoming St. Rose Siena Tower and Renovation Project, a $156 million project that includes a new 220,000 square foot five-story tower expansion and 34,000 square foot remodel of the existing hospital. This project is being broken down into five-plus projects, which will allow large and small scopes of work to be awarded.
Kitchell is looking for bidders for all phases and trades. The meeting will take place at the jobsite trailer located near the hospital at 3019 St. Rose Pkwy., Henderson.
For more information contact NAMC at 702-952-2474 or visit www.namcnevada.org.