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Nellis AFB Family Camp Las Vegas, NV
Nellis AFB Family Camp Las Vegas, NV

Foundation design for prefabricated buildings


Creech Air Force Base Visitors Quarters Indian Springs, NV
Creech Air Force Base Visitors Quarters Indian Springs, NV

2,500 square foot single story building with six double occupancy guest rooms.


Creech AFB UAS Operations Facility Indian Springs, NV
Creech AFB UAS Operations Facility Indian Springs, NV

31,800 square foot facility.


Fort Huachuca Fort Huachuca, AZ
Fort Huachuca Fort Huachuca, AZ

In addition to being home of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command, Fort Huachuca offers a range of recreational activities for civilians. Wright provided structural engineering services for ten modular buildings.


Twentynine Palms CEB Administrative Building Twentynine Palms, CA
Twentynine Palms CEB Administrative Building Twentynine Palms, CA

MEP services for Combat Engineer Battalion (CEB) office.


Twentynine Palms MCAGCC Band Facilities Twentynine Palms, CA
Twentynine Palms MCAGCC Band Facilities Twentynine Palms, CA

Major upgrade of the Twentynine Palms Marine Band practice facility.  Included is a sound-isolated full-band rehearsal area, isolated sound booths, and an instrument repair facility.


Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station R & M PTO66 Seal Beach, CA
Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station R & M PTO66 Seal Beach, CA

Wright Engineers provided services for renovations to the electronic simulator training facilities, expansion of the armory, addition of a metal gun shed building, and other improvements.


Nellis F-16 Aggressor Hangar and Aircraft Maintenance Unit Las Vegas, NV
Nellis F-16 Aggressor Hangar and Aircraft Maintenance Unit Las Vegas, NV

Wright Engineers provided structural engineering services for the 38,000 square foot F-16 Aggressor Hangar & Aircraft maintenance unit and the 20,000 square foot Green Flag Operations Facility.


Army National Guard Storage Facility Las Vegas, NV
Army National Guard Storage Facility Las Vegas, NV

A metal storage building for the Army National Guard under direction from Nevada State Public Works Board.


Ft. Moore Pioneer Memorial Los Angeles, CA
Ft. Moore Pioneer Memorial Los Angeles, CA
“It’s the most historically and geographically important monument that nobody knows about,” said Clare Haggarty, manager of L.A. County’s art collections. “It’s where Los Angeles really began, and it’s huge, and so many people don’t know it exists.” But after four decades of neglect, work to restore the 58 year old Ft. Moore Pioneer Memorial has begun. The memorial honors the Mormon Battalion, the U.S. 1st Dragoons, and the New York Volunteers who raised the American flag over the fort on July 4, 1847. Completed in 1958, the 45 foot tall memorial is the largest bas-relief military monument in the United States. The monument’s 80 foot wide waterfall was shut down in 1977 due to drought and has not operated since. Wright Engineers provided the structural engineering consulting and design for the restoration.

LA-RICS Communication Buildings and Towers Los Angeles, CA
LA-RICS Communication Buildings and Towers Los Angeles, CA

Two communication buildings and three 110 to 180 foot tall steel communication towers for City of Los Angeles emergency communication system.


The Neon Museum Las Vegas, NV
The Neon Museum Las Vegas, NV

A  visitor’s center and gift shop adjacent to the half-acre Neon Boneyard, a half-acre park housing more than 160 pieces of vintage Vegas neon signs.  The central feature of the visitor’s center is the distinctively shaped thin shell “hyperbolic paraboloid” that was salvaged from the historic La Concha Hotel lobby.


The Shade Tree Shelter North Las Vegas, NV
The Shade Tree Shelter North Las Vegas, NV

Shelter for women and children.  Three stories with partial basement.


Fire Station 52 North Las Vegas, NV
Fire Station 52 North Las Vegas, NV

15,000 square-foot facility.


Fire Station 55 North Las Vegas, NV
Fire Station 55 North Las Vegas, NV

8,000 square foot fire station houses 7 personnel, one fire engine and a rescue unit.


BLM Red Rock Fire Station Las Vegas, NV
BLM Red Rock Fire Station Las Vegas, NV

8,000 square foot solar parking canopy.


Clark County Development Services Photovoltaic Las Vegas, NV
Clark County Development Services Photovoltaic Las Vegas, NV

A 30kW PV system mounted on covered parking canopies at the Clark County Development Services Facility will save an estimated 50,656 KW hours and reduce greenhouse gases by 60,860 pounds of CO2 annually.


North Las Vegas City Hall and Civic Plaza North Las Vegas, NV
North Las Vegas City Hall and Civic Plaza North Las Vegas, NV

The 210,000 square foot, nine-story building replaced the old city hall, built in 1966 when the city’s population was only 35,000.  Wright Engineers provided structural peer review services.


City of Bell Health and Wellness Center Bell, CA
City of Bell Health and Wellness Center Bell, CA

A 15,000 square-foot, two-story health and wellness center designed by SMS Architects houses a perimeter jogging/walking track on the second floor, a boxing ring, wrestling area, provisions for circuit training, aerobics, and adult education classrooms.


The Club T1D VIP Lounge Las Vegas, NV
The Club T1D VIP Lounge Las Vegas, NV

Tenant improvement for VIP lounge in the McCarran International Airport D Gates


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PROJECTS WE’RE WORKING ON NOW

TEMPE, AZ

28 unit multi-family development

SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Multi-family townhome development

DRAPER, UT

81,000 SF tilt-up office building

PHOENIX, AZ

8-story hotel

LAS VEGAS, NV

79 unit multi-family development

PHOENIX, AZ

Residential single-family development

BARSTOW, CA

Ground-up restaurant

las vegas, NV

312 unit multi-family apartments

alpine, ut

15,300 SF, 2-story custom home

las vegas, nv

18,000 SF medical facility

sAN BERNARDINO, CA

Grow facility TI

SANTA ROSA, ca

4,100 SF custom home

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