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UNLV Paul B. Sogg Architecture Building (ARC)

Photos & Links: Photo 1
Location:
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89154
Alternate Name(s):
  • Paul B. Sogg School of Architecture Building
  • School of Architecture (UNLV)
  • Architecture Studies Library (UNLV)
Type(s):
Subtype(s):
Constructed: 1996-09-04
Cost: $12.3 million $1.6 million (addition)
Size (sq. ft.): 90169
Other Size Measure: 16,000sq.ft. Architecture Studies Library
6,500sq.ft. addition(2004)
Firm(s):
  • JMA Architecture Studios (submittal - ?1991 Competition for School of Architecture Building.? Notes by Jeanne Brown. 1991. University of Nevada ? Las Vegas. ASL File #: GEN 37)
  • Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects (submittal - ?1991 Competition for School of Architecture Building.? Notes by Jeanne Brown. 1991. University of Nevada ? Las Vegas. ASL File #: GEN 37)
Owners: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Contractors: Tibesar Construction
URL (bibliographic): http://architecture.unlv.edu/
Award(s) Won:
Extra Note: "1991 Competition for School of Architecture Building." Notes by Jeanne Brown. 1991. University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

"Architecture." UNLV Foundation 1995-1996 Annual Report. Section 2: 16.

---------------. “Changing the face of Las Vegas: Local architects in spotlight for innovative work.”
Las Vegas Review Journal 6 November 1994: 1L, 4L, 5L. Includes photos.

Keroles, Andrew. “Architecture school awaits [accreditation]; open $8 million building.” The
Rebel Yell 18 September 1997: 2. Includes photo.

Kroloff, Reed. “A bad lesson from the University of Nevada.” Architecture 85, n.8 (Aug. 1996):
71. Includes rendering.

Martin, Tom. “Architectural college designed for the future.” Las Vegas Review Journal 6
November 1994: 1L, 4L.

Nicoletta, Julie. Buildings of Nevada. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Includes project description. Arch Ref NA 730.N3 N53 2000

Patton, Natalie. “Blueprint for success.” Las Vegas Review Journal 15 August 1997: 1B, 2B. Includes photo.

Self-guided walking tour #6: UNLV. [online] Available http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/lasvegas/unlv06.html Accessed:4/13/06.

This project won a 1994 AIA Nevada Honor Award in the Unbuilt category.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Schematic Design Submittal (Uubuilt); May 27, 1994. Cover Sheet, Site Grading Plan, Site Utility Plan, Context Plan, Landscape Plan, Floor Plan – Level 1, Floor Plan – Level 2, Roof Plan, Exterior Elevations, Exiting Plan – Level 1, Exiting Plan – Level 2. Located in Special Collections CD9

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Final Review; Jan 2, 1995 (Unbuilt). Civil Drawings, Landscape Drawings, Architectural Drawings, Structural Drawings, Mechanical Drawings, Plumbing Drawings, Electrical Drawings. Located in Special Collections CD10

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Bid Set; June 16, 1996 (Built Design). Civil Drawings, Landscape Drawings, Architectural Drawings, Structural Drawings, Mechanical Drawings, Plumbing Drawings, Electrical Drawings. Located in Special Collections Vertical Rack (VR).

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: CD consisting of CAD drawings of Second Floor Plan, Section and Elevations.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: CD with Paul B. Sogg Architecture Building -- School of Architecture -- 1st floor plan -- 2nd floor plan -- Campus site plan -- Roof plan -- Elevations -- Sections 1 & 2 -- Stairs details -- Wall sections 1 & 2 -- Wall sections 1 & 2 -- Aerial photograph -- Campus master plan UNLV Arch Permanent Reserve Shelf Arch-6

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: memo from the Office of the President from September 8, 1993. Includes project statement.

Wood, Bill. “UNLV plans new construction.” It’s Academic (Fall 1997): 2, 3.
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