PGAL, LLC Wins 2013 Nevada AIA Design Award for New McCarran Terminal

The $1.4 billion, 2 million sf  McCarran International Airport Terminal 3 building has earned a 2013 AIA Nevada Merit Award for Architecture.

Designed by PGAL, LLC, Las Vegas, the 3-level, half mile long terminal has the country’s most-advanced airport operations and passenger/baggage systems. It houses 14 new aircraft gates and terminal facilities for 30 adjacent gates.

PGAL, LLC is the Las Vegas office of national architecture/engineering firm PGAL.

The Houston-based PGAL provides architecture, engineering, planning, interior architecture, program management and technology planning services for public and private sector clients nationwide and in Mexico.  Founded in Houston in 1946, the firm has offices in Atlanta, Alexandria, Austin, Boca Raton, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Mexico City, Mexico.  The award-winning firm’s specializations include aviation, civic, corporate/commercial, education, federal buildings, financial, healthcare, judicial/public safety, U.S. military, parking/transportation, residential and retail.