TSK has been honored for design excellence by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Nevada. Nationally, AIA has a network of architecture professionals that boasts 95,000 members. TSK received one top honor in the unbuilt category, medical education building, for the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine and a second top honor in the built category, commercial architecture, for the Las Vegas Convention Center Phase 2 Expansion.
TSK also received a merit award for an international project in the built category, commercial architecture, for the 65-foot story B-Tech Towers in Shenzhen, China. “We are honored to be recipients of awards in these three esteemed categories this year by AIA Nevada,” said Windom Kimsey, president and CEO of TSK Architects. “TSK is committed to excellence and we are grateful for the professionals on our internal team, those we collaborated with, and of course our clients who made these wins possible. I congratulate all these individuals who continue to be key contributors to the overall success of our firm.”
Founded in 1960, TSK is a leading architecture planning and interior design firm. The company has evolved since its modest beginnings in Las Vegas to a regional leader in architectural design, partnering with the best design, engineering and construction firms and regularly delivering innovative, sustainable design solutions to clients. TSK’s instantly recognizable portfolio now stretches across the Southwest and features over 100 award-winning K-12, higher education, justice, transportation, commercial and civic design projects.
The AIA Nevada Excellence in Design Awards Program recognizes achievements in design, planning and construction that contribute to the standard of excellence expected in the architecture practice. All nominations were determined by jury members.