Southern NV Infrastructure Development Group - About


The Southern Nevada Strategic Infrastructure Working Group brings the regions organizations and stakeholders together to identify infrastructure projects that will enhance the growth of new industries, support long-term sustainable job growth, and growth across sectors throughout the region. The working group originated out of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development’s (GOED) state plan for economic development: Recovery & Resilience, Nevada’s Plan for the Future Beyond the Pandemic.

Working Group Meeting Calendar - 2021

Note: for detailed information on monthly meetings click on the calendar and select yellow highlighted date of the meeting.

Southern NV Strategic Infrastructure Development Working Group


Kristopher Sanchez - Chair, GOED

Dave Johnson/Doa Ross - Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD)

Jeff Brigger - NV Energy

Justin Brown - Southwest Gas

Terri Sheridan - City of North Las Vegas

Derek Armstrong - City of Henderson

Bill Arent - City of Las Vegas

Raffi Festekjian - City of Boulder City

Myisha Williams - Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs

Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Commissioner/President of NACO - Clark County

Shani Coleman - Clark County

Betsy Fretwell - Switch/Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA)

James Chrisley - McCarran Airport

Bo Bernhard/Victor Wei - UNLV

Derrick Hill - Cox Cable

Bradley Crowell/Jim Lawrence - NV  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (NDCNR)

MJ Maynard/David Swallow - RTC

Dr. Melody Rose, Chancellor - NSHE

David Bobzien/Jennifer Taylor - NV Office of Energy

Dr. Federico Zaragoza, President/CEO - CSN

Sondra Rosenberg, NDOT

Christine Guerci, DAG - Legal Counsel


John Restrepo - RCG Consultants




Infrastructure Resources:

NDOT State Rail Maps:

The Nevada Department of Transportation has a skilled cartography team who have stepped into collaboration with the rail plan in applying their mapping skills. Railroad stakeholders have the opportunity to explore new possibilities through the use of this mapping technology:

2021 Nevada Rail Plan Map   (Digital multilayer map application)