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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2004 awards -> Doolittle Recreation Center

NEVADA AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2004
INTERIOR ELEMENTS CATEGORY








Entry Number: IE03005
Project Name: Doolittle Recreation Center
Project Address: Las Vegas, NV
Building Type: Public
Completion Date: 2002
Design Team:
Architect: Welles-Pugsley Architects
Design Team:
Principal-in-Charge: Dave Pugsley
Project Architect/Designer – Eric Christensen
Landscape Architect: Marriotti Landscape Architects
Structural Engineer: Wright Consulting Structural Engineers
Electrical Engineer: Harris Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Mechanical Engineer: Harris Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Civil Engineers: Integrity Engineers
Owner/Developer: City of Las Vegas
General Contractor: Project has not been bid yet
Others Involved: Food Service Consultant – Mace/Murphy Design Group; Swimming Pool Consultants – Aquatic Design Group

Design Approach: The renovations and additions needed to work within the limitations of a rigid existing structure, tight site, strict budget and politics. The facility is designed to be extraordinarily resistant to abuse, responsive to security issues, functional, cost efficient and full of light. Most important, the new facility is designed to be welcoming and uniquely supportive of the community it will serve.

Material in ASL Library: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Project Entry Form, Site Plan, Floor Plan, Exterior and Interior Photos, Photos of Model 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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