Nevada State College Nursing, Science & Education Building and the James E. and Beverly Rogers Student Center
With outdated classrooms and a projected 300 percent increase in enrollment, Nevada State College needed a campus that would accommodate this phenomenal growth while reflecting its mission to “foster excellence in healthcare by providing innovative and evidence-based education.”
PGAL provided complete architectural services for two new buildings. The 62,000-square-foot Nursing and Science Education Building includes classrooms for nursing, science, and education departments, along with department offices and a 250-seat lecture hall.
The 66,800-square-foot Student Center houses student service departments, student activities, a multi-use ballroom facility, a library and information technology center, a bookstore, and the Nevada State College Executive Administrative offices.
The project also includes improvements to parking, sidewalks, the plaza, and landscaping. The construction added a new central plant that is sized to accommodate future campus expansion. PGAL integrated these facilities into the school’s existing master plan while harmoniously complementing the existing Liberal Arts and Science Buildings and surrounding desert environment.
- 62,000-square-foot Nursing and Science Education Building
- 66,800-square-foot Student Center
- Improvements to parking, sidewalks, plaza, and landscaping
- Central plant sized to accommodate future campus expansion