CFA purchases its longtime home
The five shareholders in CFA have purchased the Reno office building that’s home to the firm, which provides services in civil engineering, land surveying, landscape architecture, construction inspection and land use planning
The company has occupied the 7,600-square-foot building at 1160 Corporate Blvd. since 1989. It’s in in the Capital Commerce Business Park near the corner of Mill Street and McCarran Boulevard.
The building was purchased by CFA shareholders Kevin German, Mike Miller, Shaun Smith, Lonnie Johnson and Bob LaRiviere after a long search of other possible office locations in the region.
CFA has been operating in Reno since 1981.
Armstrong previously co-founded lockr, a consumer-facing data and digital identity solution, as well as Bombora, the New York-based disruptive B2B data startup that expanded to the Reno market in 2015.