The Visitor and Education Center, near the entrance to Clark County’s 2900-acre Wetlands Park, is an excellent example of appropriate and ecologically responsible architecture. A pier system and flood control berms ensure safety from flash floods by elevating the 30,000 square foot facility above the 100-year flood plain while preserving the natural vegetation.
Renovation of a 37-acre portion of one of the oldest parks in the City of Las Vegas. Demolition included removal of the sports fields and portions of the parking and trail systems. Construction Plans included Utility relocation and piping design for fire hydrants, irrigation pumps and services to the new Concession Stand. Construction plans detailed the new softball fields, tennis courts, Co