Company Highlights

• Year Established: 1955
• Year Established in Northern California: 1970
• Homes Built: 57,026
• Retail, Office & Industrial Developed: 14,500,000 SF
• Acreage Developed: 25,000 Acres
• Residential Lots Developed & Sold: 19,000
• Apartments Owned & Managed:  8,968
• Investment Property Owned & Managed: 5,578,000 SF
• Residential (For Sale & Rent) in Development: 46,000
• Retail in Development: 6,000,000 SF
• Office & Industrial in Development:    12,000,000 SF

Reaching Out to the Community

LewisFamilyPlayhouseThe Lewis Group of Companies recognizes the importance of helping to make the communities in which it does business better places to live. As business members and active participants in the community, the Lewis Group believes in getting involved and giving back to the community. A strong emphasis is placed on outreach programs that support and promote healthy communities, education, and youth organizations. The following is a partial listing of some of the achievements and philanthropic activities:

Recognition and Awards

CorporateRecognitionLewis Library and Technology Center

Building Industry Association of Southern California Baldy View Chapter

Builder of the Century – Lewis Family

California Building Industry Hall of Fame

Ralph Lewis, Richard Lewis, & Randall Lewis

Building Industry Association of Southern California

Builder of the Year – Ralph Lewis & Richard Lewis

Building Industry Association of Southern California

Lifetime Achievement Award – Ralph & Goldy Lewis

Building Industry Association of Southern California

PAC Medal of Honor – Richard Lewis & Randall Lewis

Southern Nevada Homebuilders Association

Builder of the Year – Robert Lewis & Jennifer Lewis

RalphM_LewisParkSANBAG 2011

Exemplary Achievement Award – Randall Lewis

County of San Bernardino

Education Medal of Honor – Randall Lewis

North State Building Industry Association

Meritorious Award – Lewis Planned Communities

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Nevada Business Hall of Fame

Robert Lewis

Professional Builder Magazine

Builder of the Year – Ralph & Goldy Lewis

City of Hope Spirit of Life Award

Ralph & Goldy Lewis

California Business Properties Assn. 2006

Champion of the Industry Award – Randall Lewis

Los Angeles Times 2006 “West 100” List

Randall Lewis

In Business Las Vegas Top 40 Under 40

Jennifer Lewis

Los Angeles Times Special Recognition Award

Lewis Family

Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital

Shirley N. Pettis Award – Lewis Family

Frontier Project 2009 Environmental Steward Award Honoree – Lewis Group of Companies

The Valley Group Excellence in Sustainable Community Award – Randall Lewis

Top 1% Properties in the Nation for Online Reputation 2016 – J Turner Research

Community Involvement

LewisHall300pubRalph and Goldy Lewis Hall, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Ralph & Goldy Lewis Hall, USC, Los Angeles, CA

Ralph & Gold Lewis Center for Regional Policy, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Lewis Library & Technology Center, Fontana, CA

Chaffey College Fontana Campus Ralph M. Lewis Center, Fontana, CA

Ralph M. Lewis Sports Complex, Fontana, CA

Ralph & Goldy Lewis Library, Colony High School, Ontario, CA

Ralph M. Lewis Park, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Lewis Family Playhouse, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Goldy S. Lewis Community Center, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

LewisFamilyParkLewis Park, Claremont, CA

Lewis Family Park, Las Vegas, NV

HomeAid Captain, Leroy Haynes Center for Children and Family Services, La Verne, CA

Initial Participant: Metropolitan Water District “California Friendly Home” program

Founding Sponsor: Healthy Chino, Healthy Fontana, Healthy Ontario, Healthy Rancho Cucamonga, Healthy Rialto, Inland Empire Utilities Agency “Chino Basin Green” and “A Water Wise Garden in Every School” programs

Randall Lewis Health Fellowship Co-Founder Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA and Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA

Community Partner and Major Donor: Public/private partnership with Nuview Union School District and Nuview Youth Sports to develop Mystic Field, Lakeview, CA (Riverside County)

Major Donor: University of Nevada, Las Vegas Center for Entrepreneurship, University of La Verne Campus Center Project, Smith Center for Performing Arts, Fender Center for Performing Arts, The UCLA Foundation Pauley Pavilion Renovation Project

Support of Youth Organizations: AYSO, Boy Scouts of America, Boys and Girls Club, Campfire USA, Chino Valley Youth Boxing Foundation, YMCA, Students Run LA and The Leaven

Board Affiliations: Urban Land Institute, USC Price School of Public Policy, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, Cal Poly Pomona National Development Council, Southern California Association of Governments, Southern California Leadership Council, Southern Nevada Homebuilders, Nevada Homebuilders Association, Nevada Commission on Construction Education, Nevada Taxpayers Association, St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation, Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, Desert Research Institute, Integrated Resource Protection Advisory Committee, and Council for a Better Nevada