Recent UNLV graduate Dwayne Eshenbaugh has received a citation award in the Leading Edge Student Design Competition for work he did while completing his bachelor's degree in architecture design.
Eshenbaugh was honored for his design of a mixed-use project combining retail units and residential housing.
His faculty sponsor, Reed Settle, a lecturer in architecture, received an award of accomplishment.
Eshenbaugh graduated from UNLV in May and now works for Lucchesi, Galati Architects.
The Leading Edge competition is intended to encourage energy-efficient design solutions in regular and mixed-use architecture. The sponsors of the competition include Southern California Edison, the California Energy Commission, Southern California Gas Company, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, the Los Angeles and Orange County chapters of the American Institute of Architects, and the Building Industry Association of Southern California.