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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2005 awards -> River Mountain Water Treatment & Transmission Facility

 
NEVADA AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2005










 

Entry number:

B05058

Project Name:

River Mountain Water Treatment & Transmission Facility

Project Address:

1350 Richard Bunker Ave. , Henderson , NV

Building Type:

Governmental

Completion Date:

2002

Design Team

Architect (Design Consultant)

Lucchesi Galati Architects

 

Architect of Record

MW-Hill (a Joint Venture between MWH and CH2MHill)

 

Client / Owner / Developer

Southern Nevada Water Authority

 

Electrical Engineers

MW-Hill

 

Geotechnical Engineers

Kleinfelder

 

General Contractor

Kiewit Corporation (dba Lake Mead Constructors)

 

HVAC, Plumbing, Fire Alarm Design

Harris Consulting Engineers

 

Interior Designers

MW-Hill

 

Landscape Architects

J.W. Zunino & Associates

 

Photographers

Michael Plyler Photography

 

Structural Engineer

MW-Hill

 

Design Approach/Narrative: We used a collaborative, consensus-based approach that involved team problem-solving with the client, the prime engineer, and the community-at-large. Several workshops were held throughout the project with a Citizen's Advisory Committee to help steer the design of the facility.

 

Material in ASL Library: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Photo Release Form, Intern Compensation Disclaimer Form, Exteriors Photos, Site Plan, Floor Plans, Interior Photos and CD

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


       



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






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