Summerlin West Expansion underground Infrastructure completed

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Summerlin West is the last major phase of a master-planned community called Summerlin in Las Vegas. The project is located west of the 215 Beltway and north of West Charleston Boulevard on the edge of Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas.

Platinum Contracting, a leading Las Vegas contractor specializing in heavy civil and underground utilities, has completed a large-scale underground infrastructure project in Summerlin. The installation supports the expansion of Southern Nevada’s largest master plan community, setting the foundation for several planned subdivisions.

Platinum’s vital utility feeder project in Summerlin’s west area involved the installation of dry utilities, which are fundamental in the development of new residential areas. Dry utilities include telecom lines, natural gas piping and electrical systems.

“Completing this project represents a key milestone in the growth of Southern Nevada,” said Robert Jay, president and partner at Platinum Contracting. “Our team brought extensive experience in heavy civil and underground utility work to this venture, laying the groundwork for a vibrant and well-connected community.”

The project is designed to run all the main underground infrastructure necessary to support the expanding residential zones. The planned communities will now be equipped to connect to vial resources such as electricity and communications.

The underground infrastructure installation is one of the first steps in moving forward with the Summerlin West expansion in Las Vegas.

“We understand the importance of reliable underground infrastructure in community development,” said Jay. “Our team is committed to delivering high-quality utility solutions that will serve Summerlin residents for generations to come.”

Platinum’s involvement in this project contributes to its diverse portfolio, spanning across Southern Nevada’s largest master plan communities. Its delivery of reliable underground infrastructure supported its recognition as the only Nevada-based general contractor to be named to the Inc. 5000 list in 2023.