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Las Vegas Monorail and Station

Photos & Links: (Web Page 1) Photo 2 Photo 3
Las Vegas, NV
Cost: $650 M
Description: 4 miles
Award(s) Won:
Extra Note: AIA Nevada Design Awards (2004) Entry No. B03010, Winner, Citation Award.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Project Entry Form, Site Plans, Exploded Axiomatic Plans, Exterior Photos, Floor Plans, Sections, “Interior” Photos, CD, and 10 Years of Excellence in Design (10YRS078)

"Las Vegas Monorail: Las Vegas, NV." Projects Portfolio. Carter Burgess, Inc. Available: <>. Accessed July 7, 2008.

“Nevada Best of 2003: Best Steel Project, Las Vegas Monorail, Sahara Station.” Southwest Contractor, December 2003, 67.

Sofradzija, Omar. “Las Vegas Monorail: Extension to airport considered.” Las Vegas Review Journal. 1 March 2005. [Online]. Available:
Accessed March 27, 2007.

Sofradzija, Omar. “Monorail’s First Day Smooth as 30,515 Use New System.” Las Vegas Review-Journal. 17 July 2004. [Online.] Available: Access July 19, 2004.

Sofradzija, Omar. “Monorail Safety Net in Place.” Las Vegas Review-Journal. 17 June 2004. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 21, 2004.

Sofradzija, Omar. “Monorail shut six hours after parts falls off.” Las Vegas Review Journal. 17 November 2005. [Online]. Available:
Accessed November 17, 2005.

Sofradzija, Omar. “$654 Million Project: Monorail Ready to go Public.” Las Vegas Review-Journal. 30 June 2004. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 30, 2004.

Southwest Contractor’s Best of 2003 Awards, Best Steel Project
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Announcement

Whitmore, Leif. “High Roller, Monorail System Combines Futuristic Design, Practicality.” Las Vegas Review – Journal and Sun, 3 August 2003, 1L & 3L.
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