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Norman Dianda

Member of the Board of Trustees

National Automobile Museum

HQ Phone:  (775) 333-9300

Email: n***@***.org

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National Automobile Museum

10 South Lake Street

Reno, Nevada,89501

United States

Company Description

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) is an internationally recognized museum and a nonprofit 501(c3) organization formed solely for educational purposes. The Museum's mission is to collect and preserve the automobile for future generations, w...more

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Board of Trustees/Leadership | National Automobile Museum

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Norman Dianda


On the Road to a New Home - Western States Trucking Association (WSTA)

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Hays Board member Norm Dianda also is a member of the National Automobile Museums Board of Trustees and is helping lead fundraising efforts for the Hays Museum.
Norm Dianda President Q&D Construction


Own a Piece of Reno's History | National Automobile Museum

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A small piece of history for you to hold, this memento was imagined, designed, then hand-cut and milled by Norman L. Dianda, founder and president of the company that constructed the new bridge, Q&D Construction, Inc, in order to celebrate the new bridge with the community and to support a Reno treasure, the National Automobile Museum.
The Making of a Memory: A Personal Touch In 2015, while demolishing the historic Virginia Street Bridge, Q&D Construction's crews removed and straightened several small loads of the old reinforcing bar. These were sent to the home metal shop of Norm Dianda, where he personally cut 1,000 three-inch pieces from the 110-year-old scraps to create palm-sized mementos. To add a special touch, Norm hand-milled each piece on three sides to provide engraving space that features a delicate line-drawing of the new bridge's design and laser engraved each with the image, dedication date and logos.


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