Cashman Finishes New Corporate Headquarters in Nev.

Sat December 06, 2008 - West Edition
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Cashman Equipment has relocated its remaining southern Nevada location to a seven-building, sustainable campus.

Cashman Equipment’s new Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) headquarters was completed Nov. 21.

“Cashman’s sustainable new building isn’t just another one of Clark County’s newly completed construction projects,” said MaryKaye Cashman, Cashman Equipment CEO and chairman. “It’s a manifestation of this company’s determination to be an enduring, progressive part of the southern Nevada community.”

Approximately 300 Cashman employees from the 3101 East Craig Road location in North Las Vegas joined the power and rental/general construction divisions at 3300 St. Rose Parkway in Henderson, Nev.

The facility is one of 115 sustainable projects currently registered with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) to be certified. Cashman expects to earn the USGBC’s second highest certification, LEED Gold. Only 13 other buildings have been officially certified in the state, nine of which are located in southern Nevada.

The 54 acre site features seven buildings (administration, parts and service, rental, power, central plant, security, and equipment wash), which were constructed with sustainable materials such as concrete tilt panels containing 15 percent fly ash; terrazzo tile containing 50 percent recycled glass; earth foundations of Type II soil processed from the site; and, low volatile organic compound (VOC) paints and adhesives.

Each building features many sustainable elements, including such things as abundant natural daylight, ambient lighting, Green Guard furniture, and low-flow facilities with microbial handles.

The 308,000-sq.-ft. campus enhances Cashman’s customer service through changes, including greater parts capacity, additional service bays, new component rebuild capabilities, and expanded training areas.

Cashman Equipment opened for business at the new location on Nov. 24.

For more information, call 702/649-8777 or 800/937-2326 or visit

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