Jim Feser of Miles Construction named board president for Nevada Builders Alliance
Additional 2022 board members named to represent state’s largest trade organization
Carson City, Nev. —Nevada Builders Alliance is pleased to announce its new board of directors for 2022, naming Jim Feser of Miles Construction as the new board president. Following an impressive year in membership growth, Nevada Builders Alliance now boasts over 1,000 members from across the state, representing all facets of the construction industry. With new additions and previous members comprising the board, the variety of experiences and backgrounds will aid Nevada Builders Alliance as it continues to support and advocate for the industry in 2022.
“I’m honored to have been elected as the 2022 board president and to lead alongside such distinguished members of the construction industry,” said Jim Feser, 2022 board president and project manager for Miles Construction. “As we continue to strengthen our industry, and evolve during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will prioritize existing benefits that help support our more than 1,000 members and look at new opportunities for growth in our dynamic industry.
Jim Feser of Miles Construction will serve as the board’s president, with Brandon Hill from Carter Hill Homes and Ray Van Winkle from Sierra View Equipment serving as 1st and 2nd vice presidents, respectively. New leadership members include Mike Railey from Christie Corp, Micah Lack of Lumos Engineering and Ty Nebe from Plumas Bank.
“Jim’s leadership and dedication to the industry are exactly what our organization needs as we continue to work for the betterment of the industry throughout Nevada,” said Aaron West, CEO of Nevada Builders Alliance. “Working alongside Jim, we will continue to promote workforce development and educating young adults on the benefits of pursuing a career in the construction industry.”
Nevada Builders Alliance’s mission has been to support builders and all relevant sectors in the state of Nevada since its inception in 1966. Throughout the pandemic, Nevada Builders Alliance has protected the safety and interests of its members while the construction industry faces numerous challenges, including labor shortages, material costs and COVID-19 regulations. Its new board’s expertise will guide leadership through the everchanging landscape while continuing its mission to build a better Nevada for all.