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Creating spaces that maximize efficiency & enhance the customer experience

Contents 1.0 EV&A

4.0 People

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2.0 Capability

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Cover | International Market Center in Las Vegas, Nevada

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1.0 > Our Mission

Partnering with our clients each and every day allows us to achieve our practice’s mission to be “Our Client’s Trusted Advisor”. We provide a wide range of architectural, planning and interior design services to the Healthcare, Hospitality, and Commercial markets. The firm’s work has been recognized for design excellence and is the result of the personal involvement of the design principals with each client throughout the entire design process and into construction. Our mission, “To be our clients’ trusted advisor,” is supported by state-of-theart technology and is backed by a reputation of leadership, dependability and performance. Our studio believes in creating spaces that maximize efficiency while enhancing the customer experience.

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Our goal is to create buidings that meet the needs of our clients

2.0 > Capability Founded in 2006, we provide a wide range of architectural, planning and interior design services to the Healthcare, Hospitality, and Commercial markets. The firm’s work has been recognized for design excellence and is the result of the personal involvement of the design principals with each client throughout the entire design process and into construction. Our mission, “To be our clients’ trusted advisor,” is supported by state-ofthe-art technology and is backed by a reputation of leadership, dependability and performance. At EV&A, we’re about more than just buildings. Guided by a design philosophy that emphasizes respect for excellence, cooperative client relations, and enhancing the human environment, the firm’s team has helped shape the physical expression of the local desert

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community. While we have the experience and the know how to deliver welldesigned places to a variety of clients, merely meeting your functional needs is not enough to fulfill our mission. Instead, we pride ourselves on developing longlasting, meaningful relationships with our clients. How do we get there? By doing what we do best. We offer an unparalleled breadth of services that bring holistic solutions to even the most elusive design challenges. Our comprehensive approach ensures a stronger, better coordinated product. Ultimately, with EV&A you’ll find a talented, knowledgeable team that blends an appreciation for the human experience with a steadfast understanding of your bottom line.


3.0 > Design Philosophy Through open discussions and visioning sessions, we design creative, innovative & efficient buildings that are attractive while meeting our clients budget. We are inspired to design creative, innovative and efficient spaces based on the assessments and needs of our clients. It is this collaborative atmosphere that marks EV&A’s corporate values.

discussed and refined, they become the record of a unique design process. Direct communication with consultants and the contractor allow for effective cost and schedule compliance.

Our design staff is experienced in facilitating these discussions and in applying active listening skills to ensure understanding of your vision.

The decision-making process is crucial to any projects success. Our teams work together closely with our clients to convey essential information and make necessary decisions quickly in order for the work to The key to effective communication is a progress in a timely manner. clear understanding of your expectations. Our design products, detailed drawings and specifications are developed to communicate solutions. As solutions are

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4.0 > Our People

It’s really the people that make EV&A the kind of company it is. We hire people who are smart and determined, and fun to work with. We are very much a family. At EV&A, we’re about more than just buildings. Guided by a design philosophy that emphasizes respect for excellence, cooperative client relations, and enhancing the human environment, our people have helped shape the physical expression of our local desert community.

How do we get there? By doing what we do best. We offer an unparalleled breadth of services that bring holistic solutions to even the most elusive design challenges. Our comprehensive approach ensures a stronger, better coordinated design soultion for the healthcare space.

While we have the experience and the know how to deliver well-designed places to a variety of clients, merely meeting your functional needs is not enough to fulfill our mission. Instead, we pride ourselves on developing long-lasting, meaningful relationships with companies.

Ultimately, with EV&A you’ll find a talented, knowledgeable team that blends an appreciation for the human experience with a steadfast understanding of your bottom line.


Edward A. Vance, FAIA, NCARB

Principal | Founder & CEO

M r. Vance has served his clients, his community and the I n 2015 during the AIA National Convention, Mr. Vance profession of architecture for more than three decades. Design excellence has characterized Mr. Vance’s distinguished career. His work has led to numerous design awards and significant commissions with major healthcare, commercial and hospitality clients.

was elected to a two year post as Secretary of the AIA College of Fellows Executive Committee. As a past professor at UNLV’s College of Architecture, he continues to guest lecture professional practice classes and juries 5th and 6th year design studios. Active in his community, Mr. Vance served on the board of trustees as past vice president for the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum. He also served on the executive board of Boy Scouts of America, is a member of NAIOP and is the past Nevada State coordinator for NCARB’s Intern Development Program.

Mr. Vance has been awarded the AIA Nevada Young Architect Citation, the AIA Nevada Service Award and in 2006 he received The AIA Nevada Silver Medal, the highest honor bestowed on an architect in the State. He was elected to the AIA’s National Board of Directors in 2010 where he served a three year term receiving his Richard Upjohn Fellowship in 2012. Mr. Vance is actively registered as an Architect in seven states and is NCARB certified. He earned his Bachelor He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in early of Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from North 2014 and received the AIA Regional Silver Medal in Dakota State University. October of the same year, the highest honor bestowed on an architect in a six state region.


Matthew F. Burns, Associate AIA

Vice President | COO

Mr. Burns is currently a Sr. Project Manager and a Vice O riginally from Los Angeles, California, Mr. Burns came President with EV&A Architects. He is highly accomplished in the preparation and production of EV&A’s quality construction documentation. With over 13 years of experience in commercial and industrial projects, he is familiar with all phases of work from entitlements through contract administration.

to Nevada to attend the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he earned his Masters of Architecture. During his education, he was involved with AIAS Las Vegas and was a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society. He continues his involvement with the professional organizations as an Associate AIA member and is part of the Emerging Professionals/Young Architects Forum and As an integral part of the production team, he works closely the LEAN Construction Institute. with the principal, designers and client, coordinating the efforts of all outside consultants from the beginning of the Continuing with the sustainable design expertise gained schematic phase through the completion of the project. through his master’s thesis studies, specifically day He is instrumental in meeting the applicable codes that lighting and education, he is currently preparing for his govern any project and he works closely with all agencies LEED AP exam. Mr. Burns has completed his Intern having jurisdiction to ensure his projects are successful in Development Program (IDP) requirements of the National securing the necessary building permits for construction. Council of Architectural Registration Boards in the pursuit of his architectural license.


Jonelle L. Vance, IIDA, LEED AP, NCIDQ

Vice President | Interiors Principal

W ith over 30 years of experiences Jonelle’s philosophy H er of design bridges the gaps of architecture and interiors in a seamless fashion. With millions of square feet of projects to her credit, her expertise includes developing a symbiotic relationship with clients to produce the best project possible. Many of her projects have been awarded for design excellence through AIA and NAIOP.

passion for art and the environment have lead her to several trips to Europe to discover latest uses for sustainable and environmental design. Jonelle is a member of NAIOP and has served as City Center Director, representing Nevada for IIDA. Her education has combined art and interior design, giving a twist to the status quo. She is a Registered Interior Designer in the state of Nevada.


“Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.�

> The Team

Design Kevin Welch, Associate AIA Design Director Kyle Fischer, Associate AIA Designer Production Todd Brautigam, Associate AIA Project Professional Ana Fimbres, Associate AIA Project Professional Kurt Walden, Associate AIA Project Professional Alberto Sanchez, Associate AIA Project Professional Interiors Kellie Wanbaugh, NCIDQ Project Manager Carina Gaytan Designer


EJM Development Corporation

Arroyo Corporate Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 100,000 SF

Cost $11.8 MM


5.1

> Office It’s quite simple. Good office design can make the difference between the success of your company. The best approach to developing good office design and finding a solution appropriate for your business, brand and budget requires careful consideration and expert advice from our qualified and experienced design team.


> Arroyo Corporate Center Located along the 215 at Rainbow, the Arroyo Corporate Center offers a full spectrum of business options including Class “A” suburban office buildings ranging from 2 to 6 stories, and single-story office and industrial buildings. The project’s offerings provide unsurpassed tenant satisfaction in a state-of-the-art corporate environment. The initial pair of two and three story speculative office buildings were completed in 2005 and features 100,000 GSF of professional office space. Surface parking for the park is fully landscaped to meet the Clark County guidelines and provides five spaces for every 1,000 SF of gross square footage.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: DESIGNER: JMA PRINCIPAL:

EJM Development Corporation JMA 100,000 SF | $11.8 MM Kevin Welch, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Pauls Corporation

City Center Place Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 110,000 SF

Cost $11.5 MM


> City Center Place Located in the heart of the historic district of 4th and Lewis in downtown Las Vegas, this 110,000 square foot Class “A” office building was the first to be built in twenty years. Composed of Granite and metal panel cladding at street level, this predominately glass and precast concrete high-rise provides panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline for every tenant. The adjacent three level parking structure is clad in similar architectural details and materials, and provides approximately 600 parking spaces.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PROJECT MANAGER: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Pauls Corporation JMA 110,000 SF | $11.5 MM Raul Espirito, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA


JMA Crossings, LLC

JMA Crossings Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 17,500 SF

Cost $3.1 MM


> The Crossings Office - Summerlin This corporate headquarters building was designed to reflect and reinforce the modern design vernacular that has become synonymous with the architecture firm within. The sunset board room, located on a mezzanine level, has unrestricted views to the mountains and access to an exterior patio. The main work room has indirect clerestory lighting and significant consideration was given to production areas with high computer usage to minimize screen glare. The resource library has natural, incandescent and fluorescent lighting options to test material suitability under different lighting conditions. Construction is masonry with plaster and sandstone accents, insulated glazing, and a standing seam metal roof with exposed trusses. PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: DESIGN PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

JMA Crossings, LLC JMA 17,500 SF | $3.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2000 Merrit Award NAHB Golden Nuggen 2000 Honor Award SWC Design Awards 2000 Citation Award AIA Design Awards 2004


Huffman Developers

Park Run Suburban Office Complex Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 32,500 SF

Cost $3 MM


> Project Name Located at 10151 Park Run in Summerlin’s commercial complex, this distinctive office center offers tenants a tailored Class “A” suburban office address with easy access to the 215 freeway. The project consists of two buildings, one 8,500 SF single story office and a 24,000 SF two story building. These state-of-the-art corporate environments were completed in 2005.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA DESIGN MANAGER: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Huffman Developers JMA 32,500 SF | $3 MM Kevin Welch, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Focus Development Corporation

The Cliffs Office Complex Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 80,000 SF

Cost $7.5 MM


> The Cliffs Office Complex The Cliffs Office Park is comprised of a pair of 40,000 SF two-story office buildings located in the Lone Mountain District of Las Vegas, Nevada. Level two of the primary building was designed specifically for the developer. The design approach represents an aesthetic that is harmonious with the immediate natural surroundings and compliments the local landscape. Planer walls with punched openings and horizontal cornice lines represent a “desert prairie� aesthetic. Earth tone hues and dark metal accents reflect the surrounding geographic landscape. The buildings are specifically arranged on the site to take advantage of the available views to both the surrounding mountains and downtown Las Vegas.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: DDESIGN PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Focus Development Corporation JMA 80,000 SF | $7.5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2004


Zetian Systems, Inc.

Zetian Headquarters Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 44,000 SF

Cost $5.5 MM


> Zetian Headquarters Planned for a 2.5 acre lot at the corner of Ford Avenue and Durango in Las Vegas, Nevada, this project included 36,000 SF of hi-end administrative offices and 8,000 SF of utilitarian production space. The facilities were to become the new regional office and operational facilities for the Zetian Corporation. This eco-friendly, custom office building was designed with the desert in mind, utilizing high performance glazing systems and horizontal shade louvres to keep out the harsh desert sun, but still provide ample amounts of daylight.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PRINCIPAL:

Zetian Systems, Inc. EV&A 44,000 SF | $5.5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Related Group

World Market Center - Building A Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 1,300,000 SF

Cost $136 MM


5.1

> Retail Without a doubt, effective retail design can have a tangible and far-reaching impact on a business. It can increase foot traffic and sales. It can ensure that a brand is correctly positioned and allow differentiation from competitors.


> World Market Center - Building A In collaboration with The Jerde Partnership, the World Market Center is planned to be the largest and most comprehensive home furnishings showroom and convention complex in the West. The project’s master plan provides for a campus of interconnected highrise buildings providing permanent showrooms and temporary exhibit space with complete build-out planned to be over 12,000,000 SF. Phase One of the complex is a ten-story building containing 1,300,000 SF with a multi-story lobby atrium and permanent showrooms throughout including a full service restaurant located on the first level. The design center provides year round access to the design and trade industries.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PROJECT MANAGER: JMA PRINCIPAL: ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT: AWARDS:

The Related Group JMA 1,300,000 SF | $136 MM Mathew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA Jerde Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2006 Honor Award SWC Design Awards 2006


The Related Group

World Market Center - Building B Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 1,600,000 SF

Cost $210 MM


> World Market Center - Building B In collaboration with The Jerde Partnership, the World Market Center is planned to be the largest and most comprehensive home furnishings showroom and convention complex in the West. The project’s master plan provides for a campus of interconnected highrise buildings providing permanent showrooms and temporary exhibit space with complete build-out planned to be over 12,000,000 SF. Phase Two of the complex is a sixteen-story building containing 1,600,000 SF with a multi-story lobby atrium and permanent showrooms throughout. The design center provides year round access to the design and trade industries.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PROJECT MANAGER: JMA PRINCIPAL: ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT:

The Related Group JMA 1,600,000 SF | $210 MM Mathew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA Jerde


The Related Group

World Market Center - Building C Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 2,100,000 SF

Cost $350 MM


> World Market Center - Building C In collaboration with The Jerde Partnership, the World Market Center is planned to be the largest and most comprehensive home furnishings showroom and convention complex in the West. The project’s master plan provides for a campus of interconnected high rise buildings providing permanent showrooms and temporary exhibit space with complete build-out planned to be over 12,000,000 SF. Phase Three is a sixteen-story building containing 2,100,000 SF with a multi-story lobby atrium and permanent showrooms on all levels. This design center will provide year round access to the trade and design industry. Also included is an eight-story - 1,250,000 SF parking structure that provides for approximately 4,200 parking spaces.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PROJECT MANAGER: JMA PRINCIPAL: ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT:

The Related Group JMA 2,100,000 SF | $350 MM Mathew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA Jerde


International Market Centers

World Market Center - Building D Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 437,000 SF

Cost $70 MM


> World Market Center - Building D In early 2015, EV&A was commissioned to design the next phase of the World Market Center adding over 400,000 square feet of exhibition and meeting room space to augment the existing six million square feet of permanent showroom facilities that have made the World Market Center the largest and most comprehensive home furnishings showroom and convention complex in the West. The project’s master plan provides for a campus of interconnected high-rise buildings providing permanent showrooms and temporary exhibit space with complete build-out planned to be over 12,000,000 SF. The design center provides year round access to the design and trade industries. PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PROJECT MANAGER: PRINCIPAL:

The Related Group EV&A 437,000 SF | $70 MM Mathew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Citibank Corporation

Citibank Siena Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 40,000 SF

Cost $4.1 MM


> Citibank The Citibank branch at Siena Office Park is designed to be a “gateway� building to the office/retail park. The design concept is a hierarchy of layers that uses stone as the base and copper as the outer layer. The design responds to the local climate conditions by use of large overhangs to the south, and solid masses to the west. Citibank had specific requirements for the building that included an ATM vestibule, ATM drivethrough, clear glazing to the parking area and maximum day lighting.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Citibank Corporation JMA 40,000 SF | $4.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2003


City National Bank

City National Bank Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 40,000 SF

Cost $4.1 MM


> CIty National Bank This custom two-story office building was originally designed to house the headquarters for the Nevada State Bank Corporation before being purchased by City National Bank. The building is composed of a steel super structure, locally quarried sandstone, an exterior insulated finish system and a 1� insulated storefront glazing system. Located on just under two acres at the southeast corner of Twain and South Jones Boulevard, the project provides generous fully landscape surface parking at a 4/1000 SF ratio.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

City National Bank JMA 40,000 SF | $4.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Merit Award NAIOP Design Awards 1999


Vescor Development Corporation

Coronado Promenade Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 300,000 SF

Cost $30.1 MM


> Coronado Promenade This vertically integrated, un-built mixed use project was to be located on 14.5 acres in Henderson, Nevada. The facility is made up of 120 residential units and 60,000 SF of office that sit directly above 100,000 SF of grade level retail shops. Structured parking was to be provided for the residents, whereas additional perimeter surface parking would accommodate retail and office users. The project was organized along a serpentine pedestrian promenade, taking inspiration from european pedestrian market places. This village promised a charming Live-Work-Shop environment for a sophisticated demographic.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM:

Vescor Development Corp. JMA

SCOPE | COST:

300,000 SF | $30.1 MM

JMA PRINCIPAL:

Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Ogron Development Corporation

The Gardens Retail Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 30,000 SF

Cost $2.5 MM


> The Gardens Retail Center Located near the St. Rose Medical Center Complex, the Gardens Retail Center was the precursor to the Siena Shopping Center. It was comprised of 30,000 SF of retail shopping on a two and a half-acre site. The design was centered on a centrally located Clock Tower employing deep Southwest desert colors and stacked stone surface treatments along with colorful canvas awnings. Generous, fully landscaped surface parking was provided at a 4/1000 ratio.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Ogron Development Corp. JMA 30,000 SF | $2.5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Ogron Development Corporation

Siena Retail Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 28,750 SF

Cost $2.1 MM


> Siena Retail Center Located near the St. Rose Medical Center Complex, the Siena Promenade is a 28,750 square foot retail center on a master planned, two and a half-acre site providing generous fully landscaped surface parking at a 4/1000 ratio. The design is focused around a central copper dome, employing deep Southwest desert colors and stacked stone surface treatments with colorful canvas awnings to make for a pleasurable shopping experience.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Ogron Development Corporation JMA 28,750 SF | $2.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Silver State Bank

Nevada State Bank Headquarters Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 30,000 SF

Cost $4.1 MM


> Nevada State Bank Headquarters This custom two-story office building was originally designed to house the headquarters for the Silver State Bank Corporation before being purchased by Nevada State Bank. The building is composed of a steel super structure, locally quarried sandstone, an exterior insulated finish system and a 1� insulated storefront glazing system. Located on just over an acre at the northeast corner of I-215 and Green Valley Parkway, the project provides generous fully landscaped surface parking at a 4/1000 SF ratio.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Silver State Bank JMA 30,000 SF | $4.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Freeman

Built-to-Suit Office & Warehouse Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 410,000 SF

Cost $25 MM


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> Light Industrial The industrial sector in the State of Nevada has seen steady growth over the past few years and will continue to grow as more and more companies choose to move out west. Our firm’s extensive background in light industrial design combined with our experience designing in the desert will ensure the success of your project.


> Freeman Since 1927, Freeman Company has been producing expositions, conventions, corporate events and exhibits for a wide array of clients. It was at the forefront of the design concept to express the stature of this 81 year old company while maintaining the appearance of its cutting edge business. Freeman Company’s new Las Vegas manufacturing and distribution center boasts over 300,000 SF of warehouse and 110,000 SF of office. The facility was completed in the first quarter of 2009.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: DESIGN PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Freeman EV&A 410,000 SF | $25 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2010 Best Industrial Project Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2010 Best Office Building Best of Show NAIOP Design Awards 2010


Thatcher Company

Thatcher Chemical Plant Henderson, Nevada

Size 50,000 SF

Cost $25 MM


> Thatcher Chemical Plant Thatcher Chemical is developing their next campus on a 6.89 acre site near 90 Business Center St. in Henderson Nevada. Thatcher Company is the #1 chemical manufacturer and distributor in Utah, with additional operations in Arizona, California, Idaho, Florida, Montana, Nevada, and New York. EV&A was commissioned for the Henderson Campus expansion in early 2012 and construction by Martin Harris is scheduled to be complete in late 2015.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PROJECT MANAGER: DESIGN PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Thatcher Chemical EV&A 50,000 SF | $25 MM Matthew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2015 Best Industrial Project


Republic Services

Materials Recovery Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 106,500 SF

Cost $12.5 MM


> Republic Services - Material Recovery Center The new Republic Service’s Materials Recovery Center in North Las Vegas will recycle more than 140,000 tons of materials annually. The facility is composed of a 100,000-square foot recycling center along with a two-story, 6,500-square foot commons building to house administrative and dispatch functions as well as conference rooms and a learning center. EV&A’s design approach focused on community and sustainability. Floor-to-ceiling vision panels on the second floor allows visiting school children and others to comprehensively view how the recycling process works. The exterior of the main building rests upon a base of site cast concrete panels designed for longevity and ease of maintenance, while the top fourth of each wall is composed of translucent panels to bathe the interior with natural light. Overall the design helps minimize heat gain and save on energy. PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM:

Republic Services EV&A

SCOPE | COST:

106,500 SF | $12.5 MM

PRINCIPAL:

Edward A. Vance, FAIA

DESIGNER:

Kevin Welch, Associate AIA

AWARDS:

Honor Award ENR Design Awards 2016 Best Energy/Industrial Project


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Lockeed Martin Labs Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 36,000 SF

Cost $7.2 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corporation - Built-to Suit This one-story high tech lab building was developed with a specific tenant in mind, Lockheed Martin. It was carefully programmed and designed to meet this defense contractor’s specific administrative and laboratory needs while giving the developer the abiltiy to mutli-tenant the building in the future. The project featured 16,000 SF of administative spaces and 20,000 SF of wet and dry lab areas, 16’ clear height bays as well as two 48” dock-hi’s for loading shipping functions.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 36,000 SF | $7.2 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Lockeed Office Building | HAC Bldg 16 Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 60,000 SF

Cost $6.8 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corporation - Spec Suites This two-story tilt-up office building was developed with this specific tenant in mind, Lockheed. Although not a built-to-suit by definition, it met this defense contractor’s specific administrative needs while giving the developer the abiltiy to mutli-tenant the building in the future. The project featured banded windows for panoramic views, a two story atriumed lobby, and a central plant for heating cooling, nearly eliminating all roof top units.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 200,000 SF | $8 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Asahi Seiko

Built-to-Suit Office | Manufacturing Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 40,000 SF

Cost $4.1 MM


> Asahi Seiko Asahi Seiko USA, Inc. developes and distributes a wide range of products including Gift Card Dispensers, SelfService Kiosk Components, Card Vending Machine Components, Change Dispensers, Card Dispensers, Ticket Dispensers, Contact IC Smart Card reader/ writer, Magnetic Card Reader, and Coin Hoppers & Coin Acceptors. Clean, sleek lines highlight this multi-use facility, achieving the high-tech look that our Japanese client sought. The program consisted of office, development, research, and manufacturing/distribution center. Color, sharp lines and texture highlight the dramatic angles of the building which are both reflective in Japanese culture.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Asahi Seiko JMA 40,000 SF | $4.1 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 1998


Bally Gaming

Built-to-Suit Office | Manufacturing Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 150,000 SF

Cost $10 MM


> Bally Gaming Bally Technologies, an international manufacturer and assembler of gaming devices, desired an economical and functional facility with a tailored corporate image. The facility includes warehouse distribution space for storage and shipping, along with two levels of administrative offices.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Bally Gaming JMA 150,000 Sf | $10 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Merit Award NAHB Golden Nugget Design Awards 1991


Eagle Window & Door

Built-to-Suit Office | Manufacturing Dubuque, Iowa

Size 390,000 SF

Cost $35 MM


> Eagle Window Eagle Window and Door is an Andersen Corporation company that has two locations in Dubuque, Iowa. Eagle specializes in manufacturing aluminum clad wood windows and doors, Their need was for an economical and functional facility with a tailored corporate image. The facility includes 340,000 SF of assembly, warehouse & distribution space, along with two levels of administrative area.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Eagle Window & Door JMA 390,000 SF | $35 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Westco | BakeMark USA

Built-to-Suit Food Proccessing North Las Vegas, NV

Size 60,000 SF

Cost $12 MM


> Westco | BakeMark USA BakeMark USA LLC manufactures and distributes bakery ingredients. It offers cake decorating products, donuts, cakes and muffins, chocolates, decorations and pastry shells, cookies, brownies and scones, croissants, danish and puff pastries, bagels, breads and rolls, cinnamon rolls and Kolache, fruit and crème fillings, custard powder, mousse and powder, icings and glazes, fondants, flavors and colors, hispanic ingredients, shortenings and pan sprays, and other bakery products. Originally commissioned and designed for Westco, this 60,000 SF facility became BakeMark and includes offices and a large food processing componant including over 20,000 SF of cooler and freezer areas and eight 48” dock-hi’s and two grade level docks.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Americon | Westco JMA 60,000 SF | $12 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Granello Bakery

Built-to-Suit Food Proccessing Las Vegas, NV

Size 42,000 SF

Cost $8.4 MM


> Granello Bakery Since 1996, Granello Bakery has been providing freshly baked products to every major casino, specialty grocery chains, coffee houses, and the finest eating establishments in the Las Vegas area, in addition to servicing select national customers with a frozen product assortment. Commissioned in 1995, this 42,000 SF state of the art facility, was designed and built to accomodate it’s 30,000 SF expansion in late 2006.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Granello Bakery JMA 42,000 SF | $ 8.4 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


JCM Global

Built-to-Suit Office & Warehouse Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 58,000 SF

Cost $5.2 MM


> JCM Global JCM Global is the leader in creating innovative and award-winning automated transaction technologies and solutions for diverse industries such as banking, financial, gaming, kiosk, retail, transportation, vending and specialty industries, lines of business where security, speed and accuracy are more than requirements – they’re necessities. Located in the prestigeous Hughes Airport Center, this 58,000 SF state of the art facility utilized glass and metal panels to achieve a high-tech look for this Japanese client. The two story building consists of office, development, research, and a manufacturing and distribution center.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PROJECT MANAGER: AWARDS:

JCM Global JMA 58,000 Sf | $5.2 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 2000


Kloehn, Inc.

Built-to-Suit Office | Manufacturing Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 100,000 SF

Cost $8 MM


> Kloehn, Inc. Kloehn is one of the most recognized names in the custom design and manufacturing of fluidic components. Kloehn moved from California in 1993 to develop their first 52,000 SF phase; 10 years later the masterplan for its sister facility was completed. Both buildings are made of tilt-up construction and contain office, assembly, manufacturing and administrative spaces.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

Kloehn, Inc. JMA 100,000 SF | $8 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Multi-Pure Corporation

Built-to-Suit Office | Manufacturing Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 47,000 SF

Cost N/A


> Multi-Pure Corporation Multi-Pure Corporation, a Water purification company, elected to move its corporate headquarters to Las Vegas and needed a facility that was economical & efficient with a tailored corporate image. The facility includes 30,000 SF of assembly, warehouse & distribution space, along with two levels of administrative space.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Multi-Pure Corporation JMA 47,000 SF | N/A Edward A. Vance, FAIA Honor Award NAIOP Design Awards 1998


Premier Image Corporation

Built-to-Suit Office & Warehouse Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 30,000 SF

Cost $2.5 MM


> Premier Image Corporation Premier Image Corporation is a private international Import/Export company headquartered here in Las Vegas. Constructed of tilt-up concrete and glass, this modest, but distinct facility has 25,000 SF of warehouse & distribution space, along with 5,000 SF of administrative area.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

Premier Image Corporation JMA 30,000 SF | $2.5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA Merit Award NAIOP Design Awards 2002


Sigler & Reeves

Built-to-Suit Office & Warehouse Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 47,000 SF

Cost N/A


> Sigler & Reeves Sigler & Reeves wholsale distributirs is a private Regional company that provides air conditioning, ventilation equipment and supplies to the commercial construction industry. Their newest facility in Las Vegas includes 30,000 SF of warehouse & distribution space, along with two levels of administrative area.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: DESIGN PRINCIPAL:

Sigler & Reeves JMA 47,000 SF | N/A Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The City of Las Vegas

Symphony Park Bridge - North Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 200 Feet

Cost $3 MM


> Symphony Park Bridge - North The Symphony Park Bridge - North will be located at the North end of the Plaza Hotel and Casino to help increase accessibility around the evolving downtown districts. The bridge will create a new landmark that identifies downtown through historic mid-century references including restored historic sign letters, the “North Bridge� experience begins to carry on a conversation with time that all visitors to Las Vegas have come to expect. Through a variety of ascending arrival nodes, pedestrians are enticed and drawn through the experience while encountering a hierarchy of scale and spatial progression. Materials have been respectfully selected to reflect the rawness and strength of the railroad while responding architecturally to mid-century forms and patterns. PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PROJECT MANAGER: PRINCIPAL:

The City of Las Vegas EV&A 100 Ft. Span | N/A Matthew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The City of Las Vegas

Symphony Park Bridge - South Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 200 Ft. Span

Cost N/A


> Symphony Park Bridge - South The Symphony Park Bridge became the first of it’s kind providing easy pedestrian access from downtown Las Vegas to the Symphony Park Development and the newly completed Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The site (a former Union Pacific rail yard) is a reclaimed browns field project and part of the City’s 61-Acre master plan development. The cast-in-place trio of supports were designed to receive the entire length of the yard constructed bridge which had to be flown into place in a 45 minute span of time between train runs. Twin elevators coupled with an exterior helical stair serve the vertical transportation needs of the bridge while opposing metal clad awnings that gently rise from the core, providing essential shading for pedestrian users. Custom graphic metal perforated panels were installed on each side of the walkway providing a windbreak as well as outwardly expressing the interior function. PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PROJECT MANAGER: PRINCIPAL: AWARDS:

The City of Las Vegas EV&A 200 Ft. Span | $3 MM Matthew F. Burns, Associate AIA Edward A. Vance, FAIA Project of the Year APWA Design Awards 2015


Boyd Gaming Corporation

Echelon Energy Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 60,000 SF

Cost $80 MM


> Central Energy Center at Echelon Boyd Gaming Corporation had plans to develop a $4 billion, multifaceted world-class resort complex on its 63-acre site along the Las Vegas Strip. The development was scheduled to open in early 2010, but was put on hold during the economic recession. EV&A was commissioned as the executive Architect for the $80 million Central Energy Center which would have provided all of the energy needed for the entire Echelon project. In 2014, the Central Energy Center was purched by the Genting Group from Boyd Gaming and will serve the Asian Themed Resorts World Las Vegas Project currently under construction and scheduled to open late 2018.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: PRINCIPAL:

Boyd Gaming Corporation EV&A 60,000 SF | $80 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Speculative Office/WH | HAC Bldgs 10-11 Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 170,000 SF

Cost $8.4 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corporation - Spec Suites This pair of front-loaded office/warehouse buildings were speculatively developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation offering average bay depths of 140’, 24 ft. warehouse clearances, and two story office opportunities. Each bay was designed with an office entry, two 48” dock-hi’s and one 12’ x 15’ h. grade level dock.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 170,000 SF | $8.4 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Flex Office/Warehouse: HAC Bldgs 19-22 Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 200,000 SF

Cost $8 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corporation - Spec Suites This master planned, tilt-up concrete office and warehouse building was speculatively developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation. It offers average bay depths of 140 ft., 24 ft. warehouse clearances, and two story office opportunities. Each bay was designed with an office entry, two 48” dock-hi’s and one 12’ x 15’ h. grade level dock.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 200,000 SF | $8 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Flex Office/Warehouse: HAC Bldgs 23-25 Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 220,000 SF

Cost $11.5 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corp - Spec Office Warehouse This trio of tilt-up concrete office and warehouse buildings were speculatively developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation. They offer average bay depths of 140 ft., 24 ft. warehouse clearances, and two story office opportunities. Each bay was designed with an office entry, two 48” dock-hi’s and one 12’ x 15’ h. grade level dock.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 220,000 SF | $11.5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Flex Office/Warehouse: HAC Bldgs 30-31 Las Vegas, Nevada

Size 110,000 SF

Cost $5 MM


> The Howard Hughes Corporation - Spec Suites These sister rear-loaded office/warehouse FLEX buildings were speculatively developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation. They offer average bay depths of 85 feet, 16 foot warehouse under-truss clearances, a 40/60 office mix design parameter, and parking provided at 3/1000 SF throughout. Each bay was designed with a front loaded office entry and a pair of 12’ x 15’ h. grade level docks.

PROJECT INFORMATION CLIENT | OWNER: FIRM: SCOPE | COST: JMA PRINCIPAL:

The Howard Hughes Corp. JMA 110,000 SF | $5 MM Edward A. Vance, FAIA


Design Recognition 2016

2005

2000

Thatcher Company of Nevada NAIOP - Honor Award Best Industrial Project

Peak Office Building NAIOP - Merit Award

Southern Nevada Recycling Ctr. ENR - Honor Award Best Energy/Industrial Project

The Crossings Office Building AIA Nevada - Citation Award

The Crossings Office Building NAIOP - Honor Award NAHB Gold Nugget – Merit Award Southwest Contractor – Outstanding Architectural Design Award

2015 Sammy’s Restaurant NAIOP - Merit Award Best Redevelopment Project

2014

2004

Siena Office Building NAIOP - Honor Award Best of Show Sahara Rancho Business Park NAIOP - Honor Award

Symphony Park Bridge APWA - Honor Award Best Public Works Project

The Cliffs Office Park NAIOP - Honor Award

2013

Citibank at Siena Office Park NAIOP - Honor Award – Best of Show

Magnolia Bluffs Casino Southeast Contractor - Honor Award Project of the Year

2010 Freeman Headquarters NAIOP - Honor Award Best Industrial Project Freeman Headquarters NAIOP - Merit Award Best Three Story Office Project Freeman Headquarters NAIOP - Honor Award Best of Show

2006 World Market Center Southwest Contractor Best Steel Project World Market Center NAIOP - Honor Award – Interiors Best Common Area

2003

Tenaya Creek Restaurant & Brewery NAIOP - Honor Award JCM Corporation NAIOP - Honor Award Colliers International NAIOP - Honor Award – Interiors

1999 Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Facility NAIOP - Honor Award NAHB Gold Nugget – Merit Award

Offices of Santoro Driggs Walsh Kearney Johnson & Thompson NAIOP - Merit Award – Interiors

Las Vegas Business Bank NAIOP – Merit Award

2002

Asahi Seiko Headquarters NAIOP - Honor Award

City Center Place NAIOP - Honor Award – Best of Show Premier Image Corporation NAIOP - Merit Award Bank of America NAIOP - Honor Award – Interiors

2001 Sitel Corporation NAIOP - Honor Award – Interiors

1998

McCarran Daycare Center NAIOP - Honor Award Multi-Pure Corporation NAIOP – Merit Award Encore Productions NAIOP – Merit Award

1991 Bally Gaming Headquarters NAHB Gold Nugget – Merit Award


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