JCJ Architecture expands the practice to include the New Las Vegas Office

LAS VEGAS, 3rd October 2018 / PRNewswire / – JCJ Architecture, an architecture, planning and interior design firm, today announced its expansion into the United States Las Vegas Market. The company, which has been in operation since 1936, has led hundreds of gaming and hospitality projects in the US and internationally. JCJ’s new location, strategically located in the “entertainment capital of the world”, marks the company’s ninth office.

The Las VegasThe team is based on Design Principal and Managing Director Robert Gdowski, AIA returning Las VegasThere he served as Director of Design for Marnell Corrao Associates before moving to China Supervise HOK’s Asia Praxis, formerly BBG-BBGM Shanghai Studio. Gdowski’s successful career extends to clients such as Caesars, SLS, Wynn, Pinnacle, Atlantis, Four Seasons, Marriott and Hilton. He brings with him an extensive international leadership role as a design-oriented architect and planner with a unique understanding of luxury hospitality, games and mixed-use developments.

“This expansion has been a long time coming for JCJ. We have selected a world-class team that has proven itself in the industry Las Vegas Market and will lead our customers to success, “said Gdowski.” Everyone is uniquely qualified, not only through competence in project design, management and implementation, but also through innovation, entrepreneurship and unwavering commitment to excellent customer service.

JCJ is diverse Las Vegas The team reflects the holistic approach of the company and represents a balance between architecture, interior design and planning. In addition to their collective knowledge of the local and regional market, the team brings a variety of robust skills, including experience from working as part of owner / operator teams.

Mike Larson, AIA, NCARB, MBA – project manager, architecture / studio manager: after more than 15 years in Las VegasMike joins JCJ from Klai Juba Wald. Previous projects include properties like The Cosmopolitan, The LINQ Entertainment District, Daylight Beach Club, LAVO Restaurant and Nightclub, Tivoli Village, Pala Casino, Resort & Spa and Live! Casino and Hotel in Maryland.

Kris Irwin, NCIDQ, LEED AP, RID – Project Manager, Interior Design: Kris brings extensive experience in Las Vegas Interior design and owner work for Station Casinos where she oversaw the design and completion of Aliante Station and Fontainebleau Resorts. Most recently, Kris was Director of Design at Seminole Gaming, where she led the expansions of the Hollywood Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and the Tampa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, among others.

“As the epicenter for gaming and hospitality innovation, the resurgence is the Las Vegas The market presents a tremendous opportunity for JCJ to continue our tradition of customer care and deliver impactful, experiential environments, “he said Peter Stevens, President of JCJ Architecture. “Beyond gaming and hospitality, we look forward to bringing our skills and services related to educational, civic, arts and cultural projects to a wider community.”

JCJ’s Las Vegas The office is located at 6847 Ponderosa Way, Las Vegas, NV, 89118.

About the JCJ architecture
JCJ Architecture is an architecture, planning and interior design office owned by employees that has been in continuous operation since 1936. Our professionals are strategically located in 9 offices – Hartford, Boston, new York, San Diego, Phoenix, Atlanta, The angel, Tulsa, Las Vegas – Serving customers across the country and around the world. The company has built a successful practice by integrating strict management with the highest standards of design and customer service. JCJ prides itself on creating buildings and environments of exceptional quality and helping many communities to be better places to live, work, learn and create. More information is available at www.jcj.com.

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