Fort Worth-based land development services firm Peloton is expanding out of state, into the Southern Nevada market.
With three Texas offices on its roster, Peloton announced today the opening of its fourth office – the first outside of Texas – located in the Coronado Parkway Center at 871 Coronado Center Dr. in Henderson, Nevada.
Denny Peters, PE, PH, formerly in Peloton’s Fort Worth corporate office, will oversee the new office as the Nevada operations manager leading business development and operations for the expansion. Prior to coming to Fort Worth, Peters was a civil engineer in the Las Vegas Valley for more than ten years and served as community development engineering manager for the city of Reno.
“As one of the fastest growing metropolitan regions in the country, we’ve had Las Vegas on our radar for a while,” said Peloton President and CEO Aric Head. “The growth opportunities there are significant, and engineering and planning services are in high demand.”
Peloton anticipates their client base will be similar to their Texas markets with a focus on residential, commercial and industrial development, as well as public infrastructure, offering a full range of services to include site selection, planning, zoning, feasibility studies, utility and infrastructure planning, civil engineering, flood studies and permitting.
“I’m excited to spearhead this new charge for Peloton and appreciate their confidence in me to lead their first expansion outside of Texas,” said Nevada Operations Manager Denny Peters, PE, PH. Hired by Peloton in 2016 as a senior project manager, Peters has more than 25 years’ experience in civil and environmental engineering with expertise in water resources and hydrology. In his previous position at Peloton he was responsible for managing project budgets and schedules, contributing to business development and cultivating client relationships, among other areas. Peters is a registered professional engineer in the states of Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas and Utah, as well as a registered professional hydrologist. Peters holds a Master of Science, Civil and Environmental Engineering from California Polytechnic State University.