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Recognition

WBENC Certified Woman Owned Business

DBE | SBA | WOSB | ESB Certified

Nevada Contractors Association Chair | Diversity Committee & Diversity Steering Committee

Nevada Contractors Association | “Board of Directors”

AGC of America | National Diversity & Inclusion Council Steering Committee, 2018-2022

Appointment by Governor Brian Sandoval to the Subsequent Injury Fund for Associations of Self-Insured Public or Private Employers for the State of Nevada | Second Term

Appointment by Governor Brian Sandoval to the Las Vegas Stadium Benefits Oversight Committee

Recipient of the prestigious Sands Corp “Diversity Supplier of Excellence Award” | 2017

Recipient of the prestigious Urban Chamber of Commerce “Chairman’s Award” | 2018

NCA / AGC Nominated “Member of the Year” |  2017

WODA Nominated “ Glass Ceiling” | 2018


REBECCA FOUNTAIN

A native Las Vegas, Rebecca Fountain has been a business entrepreneur and construction industry executive for more than 35 years, starting her career in 1978 as an independent designer and builder of residential homes in southern Nevada. In 1987, she accepted a position with Nevada Power Company (now NV Energy) as a designer and was soon promoted to an elite group of engineers who designed and constructed the Utah Transmission power line. Rebecca was promoted again to work with masterplan developers to design electrical distribution infrastructure for commercial and residential communities.

In 1994, Rebecca formed the first woman-owned subcontracting construction company in the state, Fountain Construction, Inc. , with Nevada State Contractor License classifications an A, B and C-5 categories. Drawing upon her experience in the energy industry, the company specialized in the installation of underground dry utilities infrastructure as well as curb/gutter/sidewalk construction throughout southern Nevada.

The company was certified as a NDOT DBE minority company, performing work for Nevada Power, Sprint Telephone Company, Cox Cable, Nevada Department of Transportation, Nellis Air Force Base, Creech Air Force Base and the Army Corp of Engineers. The company also worked in residential development projects for DR Horton, Richmond American Homes, US Homes and KB Homes.

In XXXX, Rebecca formed KOR Building Group, specializing in themed construction and remodels, resort hotel inspection programs and facility maintenance, and airport hospitality and tenant improvement projects. In an industry that is traditionally male dominated, the firm is one of few construction companies recognized as a WBENC Certified Woman Owned Business and has achieved local and statewide acclaim for outstanding work. Rebecca Fountain has earned a reputation not only for outstanding achievement in construction design and management, but she is an inspirational role model for women entrepreneurs throughout the state.


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Mr.  Williams  has been  in  the  Las Vegas  Valley  since 1982.  At that time he was in the United States Air Force and assigned  to the  Tonopah Test Range with the F-117 Stealth Program. After 20 years of Honorable Service, Mr. Williams retired and went into the Recreation Programs at Nellis Air Force Base, specifically in the field of Club Man­agement. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Williams was offered a position with Howard  Hughes Corporation  in their Summerlin  Division. This is

where  he  got  his first  taste  of Common Interest  Community  Management.  After  a  one  year tenure  with the Hughes Corporation, Mr. Williams was offered  a position  with an up and coming Management  Compa ny called CAMCO. The rest is history.

Mr. Williams very quickly became the Senior Portfolio Manager for CAMCO and in 2002 was promoted to General Manager. He purchased the company from the founder, Bill Locatelli, on January  1,  2004.  Mr. Williams feels that his strongest traits are his integrity and trust, which  is  validated  by  his Top  Secret clearances during his military career. Small accounts are equally important to the company as larger ac­ counts.  He is committed  to  his Team  Members  and treats  them  as he would like to  be treated.  He also feels that this Team Member approach is why his company has one of the  best retention rates  of employ­ees in the industry. Presently  CAMCO  manages  225 Common Interest  Communities  representing  over 35,000 homes in Southern  Nevada.

Mr. Williams is a member of the  Better  Business  Bureau as an "A+  Accredited  Member", Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Community Association Institute, where CAMCO was selected as Large Manage­ ment Company of the Year, Las Vegas High Rise Association, the Southern Nevada Home Builders Associ­ ation, where he is a member of the Executive Board of Directors, the Chairman of its Hi-Pac Golf Tourna­ ments, and a Legislative Action Committee Member.   Mr.  Williams was selected as the  Associate Member  of the Year for the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association  as well as the  first recipient of the  Presi­ dent's  Award.   In  addition, Mr.  Williams  is also a member  of the  National  Association  of Home Builders, and a founding member of the  Nevada  Association  of Community  Managers and  a member  of the  Key­ stone Corporations  Board of Directors. The one other  organization that he is a member  of and CAMCO is   a founding member is the Community Association Management Executive Officers, CAMEO. Mr. Williams explains that this organization is a group of Association  Management  Companies that  have banded  to­ gether to strive for better education  for  managers  and Board members, smarter legislation  in Carson City  in regards to bills that affect the Common Interest Community Industry, and  to  gain  ground  on  profes­ sionalism  within  the Industry,  which  in  the  long  run  will  give  the  Industry  a better  reputation.  Mr.  Wil­ liams is on the Board of Directors for CAMEO, as well as being a Certified Supervising Community Associ­ ation Manager. Recently he was appointed by Governor Brian Sandoval to the Commission for Common Interest  Communities  and Condominium Hotels.