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October 13, 2014

Vadatech Wins Best Project

PGAL is proud to announce that the Vadatech Corporate Headquarters & Manufacturing Facility in Henderson, NV, was named Best Project in the Manufacturing category by ENR Southwest

Teams throughout Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico submitted their best work for the 2014 competition. A panel of 10 judges reviewed the submissions and awarded 19 winning projects in the various categories.

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October 6, 2014

USMC Quality of Life Facilities Package 4 Receives LEED Gold Certification

The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center's Quality of Life Facilities Package 4 in Twentynine Palms, California, was recently awarded LEED Gold certification. The project reflects a new breed of sustainable, high-performance Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) and dining facilities for the Marine Corps. The BEQ has 192 two-person rooms across three buildings and increases the size of each living/sleeping module by 10% over traditional rooms.

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October 2, 2014

New Liberty Police Station Opens with Masonic Dedication

Grand opening festivities were held for the new Liberty Police Station on Saturday, September 20. After the previous facility was destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008, PGAL was selected to design a state-of-the-art facility for the Department that, for the past six years, operated out of a temporary building.  

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September 18, 2014

LAX Breaks Ground on Terminal 1 Transformation

As currently featured in ENR California, work is underway on the $508M modernization of Southwest Airline's Terminal 1. The program, with PGAL as prime consultant and lead architect, includes renovation and improvements to the existing 346,000 SF terminal, including north concourse expansion, security screening checkpoint (SSCP) expansion with new Post-SSCP Transition Building, and upgrading of the departures level curbside to architecturally unite the terminal building with the rest of the airport campus.

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September 12, 2014

Sam Ferreri, AIA, Elected Florida League of Mayors President

The Florida League of Mayors has elected PGAL Principal Sam Ferreri as President of the non-partisan organization. Based in PGAL's Boca Raton office, Sam has been Mayor of Greenacres, FL since 1988. He is a Past President of the Florida League of Cities and chairman of Seven50, the regional planning group working to create a 50 year vision for seven South Florida counties.

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September 2, 2014

Plan Reviews, Brainstorming + Networking in Atlanta

Meet us at the 2014 ACI-NA Annual Conference in Atlanta September 7-10 and let us help brainstorm your next airside or landside project.  PGAL's aviation design portfolio includes over 1B SF in terminal, airfield, airline and ConRAC projects coast to coast, including the $242M ConRAC at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. To schedule a complimentary consultation during the conference with PGAL aviation team leaders Ken Brown, AIA, or Jeff Weiner, AIA, please contact Donna Russell,, 702-435-4448.

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August 22, 2014

Airport Improvement Magazine Featuring BUR

The September issue of Airport Improvement Magazine will share inside stories about the new $112 million Regional Intermodal Transportation Center (RITC) at Bob Hope Airport (BUR) in Burbank, CA.  Directly across the street from an existing Metrolink/Amtrak station, the 850,000SF, 3-level RITC, designed by PGAL, includes a new bus transit station, a 2,000 space consolidated rental car center, 1,200 public parking spaces and bicycle parking. 

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July 31, 2014

$6.5M Library Renovation Breaks Ground

In a poetic combination of old and new, a beloved1974 Dallas branch library will retain its original triangular skylight, exposed wood rafters and brick walls but will gain 5,000 SF of high efficiency space distinguished by modern design elements such as angular walls and columns, metal finishes and extensive glass to dramatically increase natural light. Designed to achieve LEED Gold, the Fretz Park Branch Library will have a Black Box Theater, a consolidated, highly recognizable entry, new classrooms and study spaces and twice its current collection.

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