UNLV Beverly Rogers Literature & Law Building
As part of the City of Las Vegas’ long term solution for the homeless population of Southern Nevada, the Corridor of Hope project was developed to provide homeless civilians a facility where they can access all the resources they need in one place. This project included the addition of a homeless assistance center to the current 23,000 square foot courtyard located in downtown Las Vegas, which offers access to medical, housing, and employment services.
TJK provided the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology design for the facility which consists of a day center, two-story offices, toilet/shower and storage locker and container facility, outdoor shaded sleeping area, administration intake building, walk-in toilet building, and parking lot. Our team was delighted to have contributed to this project in hopes of assisting in the of mitigation of the hardships the homeless community faces.
University of Nevada,
Las Vegas, NV