| Architecture Studies Library
|Photos & Links:||(Web Page 1)|
|Location:||Las Vegas, NV|
|Cost:||$55.1 million (Paid for w/ Student Fees)|
|Size (sq. ft.):||187617|
|Other Size Measure:||5-acre complex|
|Building Materials:||Steel-Framed Elaborate skin system of masonry block, glass, precast concrete and metal panels|
5000 sq.ft. full service fitness area; two pools; a spa; 1700 sq.ft. bistro/ juice bar; two racauetball courts; two multipurpose courts; four basketball courts; indoor jogging track; 12500 sq.ft. free weight area
|Extra Note:||“Architect to Design New UNLV Rec Center.” Southwest Contractor, June 2004, 12.
Bevell, Shane. “The big building boom: six new buildings are shooting up across UNLV’s campus.” Inside UNLV. (2007).
Bevell, Shane. “New Additions: construction continues on both Main, Shadow Lane campuses.” Inside UNLV. (September 2007): 1 & 11.
Illia, Tony. “Perini Completes the $6.2 Million Girl Scout Center.” Las Vegas Business Press, 14 June 2004, 17.
Syzdek, Nancy and Russell, Diane. “Construction Zone Ahead: Work Begins Soon on New Student Union, Rec Center.” Inside UNLV, April 2005, 1 & 6.
“New + Notes.” Nevada Contractor, June 2004, 7.
“Student Recreation and Wellness Center at a Glance.” (From Student Recreation Tour). May 11, 2007.
"University Construction Report 2006: The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Student Recreation Center." Southwest Contractor. August 2006: 66-70.
“University Work Increases at UNLV: New Rec Complex Planned.” Southwest Contractor, February 2005, 12-13.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Project information, Site Plan, Landscape Perspectives, Interior and Exterior perspectives, Floorplans, Elevations, and Sections.
|Spatially Direct Parent:||University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
|Spatially Largest Parent:||University of Nevada, Las Vegas|