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Mountain Vista Development, Inc.

» Mountain Vista Development, Inc.
Phone: 702-458-9700
License #: 51703
2675 East Patrick Lane, Suite 15, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA 89120

"Mountain Vista Development, Inc. is a Woman-Owned Small Business and was founded in 2000 by owners Chuck and Vicki King. What started as a small operation, doubled in size by 2003 and then doubled again in 2006. Although much larger now than in 2000 we still pride ourselves on being a small business doing big business. Since 2000 we have completed over 700 projects in the commercial, industrial and government fields. We pride ourselves on providing a product that is both high in quality and cost effective. Our motto is “We Build it Right the First Time.”

Mountain Vista Development, Inc. is a commercial general contractor specializing in commercial, industrial and government contracting. However we are more than just an industry classification. We are a small business that can provide big business results. We provide the customer with a product that is tailored to their desires, instead of cookie-cutter projects off the shelf. We offer design and value engineering assistance to all clients in order to make each project both high in quality and cost effective. Our business is not only about building projects, but building relationships that will benefit us all for years to come.

We specialize in commercial, industrial and government contracting, however within that realm we are quite versatile. We excel in both ground-up and tenant improvement projects, but where we are most able to benefit our customers is on design-build and CMAR projects. Both design-build and CMAR projects allow us to be involved with the customer during the design process and enable us to offer value engineering and design assistance that will not only make the project more cost effective, but can also raise the quality of the project and increase the overall efficiency of the project by reducing time spent on design issues, and decreasing the possibilities for, if not avoiding change orders altogether."