The I-15 corridor between Los Angeles and Las Vegas is an essential piece of Las Vegas’ tourism. Terrible Herbst, Inc. sought to serve the needs of travelers with a unique set of amenities for its Terrible’s Roadhouse store, located in Jean, Nevada. The Client’s focus on speed and, convenience was a [...]
Sundance Helicopters selected Richardson Wetzel Architects (RWA) to remodel and expand their existing facility at McCarran International Airport, Executive Terminal. Having outgrown the existing building that included aircraft hangars, a passenger terminal and administration offices, RWA’s decades-long experience at McCarran was an important factor in their choice for a design firm. RWA [...]
Debuting the b.Young concept in Downtown Summerlin was an intentional choice for Lindbergh USA to showcase this brand in the highly competitive North American women’s clothing market. Selecting Richardson Wetzel Architects (RWA) provided continuity and expertise for this retail experience. Design cues were taken from the brand’s Australian marketplace with emphasis on [...]
Lindbergh USA chose Downtown Summerlin to debut a North American two-story flagship store. Lindbergh selected the local architecture firm Richardson Wetzel Architects (RWA) for design and construction observation services. Having recently rolled out multiple stores in the Australian market, RWA took design cues from those stores, and “flew with it”. The resulting grand [...]
Burton, a global organization selected RWA to be their local architect to team with their brand designers. The team worked closely to develop their Burton Snowboards Outlet store in downtown Las Vegas, at the popular outdoor Las Vegas Premium Outlets mall. The project included the removal of most of the landlord’s stock [...]
The project is the ground-up, new construction of a 3,500 s.f. convenience store, fuel distribution and full service car wash facility. Located at the corner lot of a prominent retail center, this project successfully emulates the architectural style of the center, while creating a destination image for fuel and convenience customers.
A small, constrained site offered many challenges for this 3,100 s.f. convenience store, fuel distribution and car wash facility. Creative site planning allowed us to balance on-site access and circulation with maximizing store size.