Current Planning and Construction News
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance and improvement at UNLV.
With solar panels installed on 14 buildings (and counting), UNLV's goal is to go beyond net-zero energy usage.
Minimizing UNLV's carbon footprint includes designing in features to encourage walking, biking, carpooling, and electric vehicle usage.
With donor funding through the Nevada Health & Bioscience Corp., the 135,000-square-foot building is expected to open in summer 2022.
College of Engineering expansion, on hold due to coronavirus-induced budget shortfalls, has a lifeline in February's meeting of the state legislature.
Recently released artist's renderings show plans for the building that is scheduled to be under construction in February 2021.
Planning and Construction In The News
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas underwent a sizable overhaul recently by changing the signage associated with 165 of its single-use public restrooms to "All Gender/Family Restroom."
Jamie Sprague-Ballou’s heart raced in fear every time she walked into a public restroom when she was transitioning from male to female.
Jamie Sprague-Ballou’s heart raced in fear every time she walked into a public restroom when she was transitioning from male to female. In the women’s restroom, she risked being humiliated by security. In the men’s restroom, she risked violence.
When developer Frank Marretti acquired 2 acres across from the UNLV campus along Maryland Parkway in 2013, he wasn’t sure what the future would hold for the land.
The latest redesign proposal for a major intersection near UNLV and McCarran International Airport would send drivers underground.
The area surrounding UNLV comprises an assortment of suburban-scale apartments and strip-mall retail plazas, and that’s pretty much the way it’s been for years. But this year, the University District will see the addition of two large-scale developments that will not only begin to transform the neighborhood, but will also change the feel of the campus itself.