Since 1951, The Molasky Group of Companies has designed and developed properties in all aspects of the real estate industry spanning office, commercial, residential, multi-family, retail, healthcare, aviation, law-enforcement and correctional properties.
With more than sixty-five years of experience, the company focuses its efforts on build-to-suit projects for clients with specific and exacting standards relating to the design, build and finance of properties that are mission specific and meet the demands of the dynamic work space.And it has returned to multi-family construction with projects in the Pacific Northwest and Southern California.
The Molasky Group is client driven and focused on our client's mission; our designs and buildings encourage greater communication, collaboration and increased operational efficiencies. The company is large enough to be efficient and cost effective, but small enough to be adaptable and highly responsive to the client's and tenant's needs.
We team with highly skilled and competitive architects and general contractors and together employ state of-the-art strategies to build cost effectively while offering a diversity of client-driven services. The management team thinks 'outside the box' to provide unique solutions to a client's needs.
In the past 15 years, the company has completed 2.2 Million rentable square feet of office space, of which six buildings are LEED certified Gold; developed 425,000 square feet of rental square feet of special use space and 850,000 square feet of retail space.
The Molasky Group has significant experience in developing facilities for public agencies through private-public-partnerships. Our build-to-suit projects began in 2001 when the company tackled several major projects for government agencies hoping to improve our service and presence in Las Vegas, including headquarters for the Internal Revenue Service and the southwest facilities for the Social Security Administration.
In 2004 then Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn called upon Molasky to build the 400-bed Casa Grande Reentry Facility for the State of Nevada Department of Corrections. The campus includes an administrative office complex, medical, classrooms, and minimum-security dormitories. That project earned Molasky a reputation for progressive correctional design. The company went on to build the new 1,078-bed medium-security Clark County Detention Center near Nellis Air Force Base on behalf of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
In 2007, Molasky Corporate Center opened as Nevada's first LEED Gold Certified project. This Class A 17-story tower serves as headquarters for the Southern Nevada Water Authority, the United States Secret Service and three national law firms.
With a long track record of success, The Molasky Group turned its scope of work to federal work on a national level. The company's first national project was the 475,000 square foot National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Part office space, part document center, it houses and grants access to military and government personnel records on file since the Civil War.
The company proudly designs, develops and constructs modern, secure, and environmentally friendly office facilities for our nation's top law enforcement agency'the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Five new FBI Field Offices built by Molasky are substantial buildings located in Cincinnati, Ohio; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Portland, Oregon; San Diego, California, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Wisconsin Division field offices is an expansion and renovation of an existing building. The company is currently a partner on the development of a new FBI Field Office in Boston, Massachusetts.
Most recently, The Molasky Group completed development on a new office building and distribution center for pharmacy benefits management companies Catamaran/Briova Rx in Las Vegas, NV and new corporate headquarters for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia in Columbus, GA.The company completed construction on out-patient clinics for the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs in Birmingham, Alabama, and Eugene, Oregon.
Three multi-family residential projects are currently under construction in Portland, Oregon and a mid-rise is under construction near Los Angeles in Glendale, California.