Desert Diamonds at Mountains Edge Regional Park
Las vegas, Nevada
2019. Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada (CMACN) – Profiles in Architecture Award
For the second phase of the Mountain’s Edge Regional Park, this 34.5 acre project created the first 90-foot baseball diamond four-plex in the Las Vegas Valley, including new restroom, concession, and maintenance facilities, parking, landscaping, and other supporting site amenities. Three identical fields, each including two pitcher’s bullpens and bleacher seating, support the fourth – the Championship Field, which also includes upgraded seating and an announcer’s booth. The project also includes, in partnership with Clark County Public Art, a solar powered sculpture by artist team Renewable Envoy – Pam Stuckey, Luis Varela-Rico, and Michael Andrieu.