The Southern Nevada Regional Growth Cluster (SNRGC) coalition submitted applications for eight sustainable, interconnected and aligned construction and non-construction component projects that represent our region's strongest opportunity to grow high-wage jobs and create a regional economy more resilient to economic shocks by radically transforming manufacturing capacity. SNRGC coalition members include: LVGEA, Clark County, City of Las Vegas, City of North Las Vegas, City of Henderson, City of Mesquite, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and College of Southern Nevada.

Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance

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Growth Collaborative

Support SNRGC grantees to successfully implement and administer funded projects, ensure the benefits of projects are enjoyed equitably, and strive to extend the projects' impact and longevity far beyond the grant. Provide the necessary support structure needed for coalition governance, management, and project evaluation.

Clark County

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Sloan Industrial and Manufacturing Park Design

Conduct a formal land study and development plan for the Sloan Industrial and Manufacturing Park.

City of Las Vegas

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SMART Program

Create a regional initiative to focus on startups in the advanced manufacturing sector – specifically within "smart mobility."

City of North Las Vegas

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Apex Water Line Completion

Expand Apex water lines to serve 2,500 acres at the Apex Industrial Park.

City of Henderson

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Center of Excellence Phase II

Build phase 2 of the College of Southern Nevada's Manufacturing Center of Excellence to increase the number of trained manufacturing workers in the region.

City of Mesquite

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Site Grading Phase I

Grade land to create "shovel ready" sites to recruit manufacturers to the area.

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

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Biomedical and Advanced Manufacturing Building

Purchase an adjacent building to the Harry Reid Technology Park, whose facilities would be upgraded to support biomedical research.

College of Southern Nevada (CSN)

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Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Pathway

Renovate and upgrade existing facilities for the purpose of rapid reskilling of Southern Nevada workers in the advanced manufacturing sector.