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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2004 awards -> Las Vegas Monorail Passenger Stations

NEVADA AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2004
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Project Name: Las Vegas Monorail Passenger Stations

Project Address: Various locations along the Monorail route

Building Type: Transit Terminals

Completion Date: May 2004

Design Team:

Architect: Gensler of Nevada

Design Team:

Project Director - JF Finn

Project Designer- Kap Malik

Project Principal - Marty Borko

Project Manager - Robert Stefko

Designers - Terence Young, Bart Tucker, Darlene Urgola, Hector Ayala, Jonathan Peters, Claude Kamar, Tom Semonell, Duane Weisenhaus

Project Coordinator, Judy Amaya

Project Architect, John Circenis

Interior Designer: Gensler of Nevada

Landscape Architect: C & B Nevada

Structural Engineer: C & B Nevada

Electrical Engineer: C & B Nevada

Mechanical Engineer: C & B Nevada

Civil Engineer: Carter Burgess, Inc

Owner/Developer: Las Vegas Monorail Company LLC

General Contractor: Granite Construction

Photographer: Nick Merrick & Hedrich Blessing

Others Involved:

Transit Systems – Bombarier Transportation

Transit Systems Management, Program Management, Project Oversight – Booz, Allen, Hamilton, GC Wallace

 

Design Approach: The project goals were to provide a vibrant, comfortable and convenient environment for visitors and help provide greater mobility and connectivity within the resort corridor of Las Vegas . The project was developed on a Design-Build, fast track basis – on time and on budget performance was critical due to the project's privately funded budget. In addition, the design allows for potential sources of revenue generation, including branding, advertising and sponsorship of the trains and stations.

 

Material in ASL Library: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Project Entry Form, Site Plans, Exploded Axiomatic Plans, Exterior Photos, Floor Plans, Sections, “Interior” Photos and CD

 

 


       



These images are low-resolution reproductions of the images provided for the AIA Nevada Design Awards for 2004. All materials should be considered copyrighted and may not be reproduced or used without permission.


 





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