Svedberg said he first got interested in the $1.4 billion Convention Center expansion and renovation project six years ago when he was contacted by two Las Vegas architects, TSK Architects CEO Windom Kimsey and Sean Coulter, one of two principals for the Simpson Coulter Studio.
The LVCCD’s Phase Two is an $860 million expansion project that will add 1.4 million square feet to the current convention center facility, including at least 600,000 square feet of new, leasable exhibit space. The expansion is slated for completion in time to welcome CES in 2021. Last month, the LVCVA’s Board of Directors finalized the selection of tvsdesign / Design Las Vegas to provide design services for the expansion project.
Atlanta-based TVS Design in December signed a $59.8 million contract to design the new building. TVS is partnering with four Las Vegas companies — TSK Architects, Simpson Coulter Studio, Carpenter Sellers Del Gatto Architects and KME Architects — to deliver plans.
Hobaica named Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects on Water Street as an example for other developers who are considering the area.
“They created a mixed-use type of environment where the ground floor is a Public Works Coffe Bar,” he said.
The American Institute of Architects Nevada recognized two TSK architecture projects at its annual Excellence in Design Awards gala on Wednesday, December 13, 2017.Read More