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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2004 awards -> Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation (D.E.T.R.), Office Building


Entry Number: UB03040
Project Name: Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation (D.E.T.R.), Office Building
Project Address: Las Vegas, NV
Building Type: Government
Completion Date: April 2006
Design Team:
Architect: Dekker/Perich/Holmes/Sabatini
Design Team: Jess Holmes, FAIA; William Q. Sabatini, AIA; Andrea M. Hanson, AIA, NCIDQ; Mike Purtill, AIA; Kevin Thompson, AIA; Courtney Johnston, NCIDQ
Interior Designer: Dekker/Perich/Holmes/Sabatini (Interior Division)
Landscape Architect: J. W. Zunino & Associates
Structural Engineer: Dekker/Perich/Holmes/Sabatini (Structural Engineering Division)
Electrical Engineer: Harris Consulting Engineers, LLC.
Mechanical Engineer: Harris Consulting Engineers, LLC.
Civil Engineer: Lochsa Engineering
Owner/Developer: Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation

Design Approach: The D.E.T.R. site will be developed to provide desert gardens connected by walking paths, which are open to all and serve as a connection between the D.E.T.R., adjacent facilities and the community. The building is designed to consolidate several departments and provide a comfortable, healthy work environment.

Material in ASL Library: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Project Entry Form, Site Location, Site Plan, Plant Schedule, Floor Plans, Sections, Elevations, Interior Perspectives, Exterior Perspectives and CD





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