Project consisted of design and construction of a brand new theme park for Clark County Parks and Recreation. The park received category I - Regional Facilities, Elmer H. Anderson Parks Excellance Award 2010. Phase I consisted of six (6) buildings. The buildings house a variety of park functions. The
are pre-engineered metal buildings.
The remaining four buildings
are slab-on-grade, with decorative exterior masonry walls, standing seam metal rooves interior partitions, lay-in acoustical ceiling tiles and roof-top HVAC units. The exterior of the buildings are wrapped with a low rustic metal canopy for extreme desert sun protection.
Site: 2,800 acres
Cost: $7 million
Completion: March 2010