Demand for multi-family housing projects is as hot as ever. From 3 to 5-story wood-framed buildings like Grand Canyon Apartments in Las Vegas to high-rise condos like Centennial Towers in Salt Lake City, multi-family developments are springing up all over. In addition to numerous projects currently on the boards, projects under construction include Elysian by Howard Hughes, Aspen Heights at Symphony Park and Lave Om (all Vegas); the Village at Otay Mesa, Melani Apartments and Pistoia (all Southern California); and Creekside Apartments in Tennessee. Wright Engineers team of multi-family specialist experts is proud to be the structural engineer for these projects as well as dozens more in design or recently completed.
the degree unlv student housing
UNLV administration, faculty and students as well as members of the project’s design and construction team gathered on Monday, August 19th for a ribbon cutting celebration for UNLV’s newest student housing facility – The Degree UNLV. The 460,000 square foot 5-story building located next to UNLV campus will house nearly 1,000 students when fully leased. The Midby Companies is the project’s developer. Humphrey and Partners is the project architect. Wright Engineers is the structural engineer. Pictured above (L-R) are Ben Rogers, Wright’s principal engineer for the project, Wright CEO Brent Wright, Eric Midby, and UNLV mascot Hey Reb.
newly licensed professional engineers
We encourage all our engineers to be professionally registered in the state where they work. As an incentive, Wright Engineers pays for exam costs and offers a bonus upon licensure. We’re proud to recognize our most recent engineers who have passed the 8-hour professional engineer or 16-hour structural engineer exam and were recently granted their professional engineer license. (We’d love to identify each of them by name, but in order to limit poaching by recruiters, names have been withheld.)