Professional Links

Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design - http://nsbaidrd.state.nv.us

The board is responsible for the administration, regulation and enforcement of the professions of architecture, registered interior design and residential design in Nevada. The board reviews applications, administers examinations, registers qualified applicants and regulates the professional practice of registrants throughout the state. In addition, it investigates complaints relating to the practice of the professions. The board encourages consumers to contact the office before hiring a design professional to determine if they are registered and are in good standing.

The city of Las Vegas was founded on May 15, 1905, when a land auction, in what is now known as downtown Las Vegas, resulted in the purchase of 110 acres of land. The city incorporated on March 16, 1911, and until 1944, operated under a "commission" form of government with each commissioner having administrative control over certain operating departments of the city. Since January 1, 1944, the city of Las Vegas has operated under what is commonly known as a "council/manager" form of government. This form of government was approved by a vote of the people with subsequent Las Vegas City Charter adoption by the legislature. Click Here for the City Website

United States Green Building Council

LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts. Click here for the USGBC

Clark County -- the nation's 15th-largest county -- is a wonderfully diverse place, and our government is organized to meet those myriad needs. First, it provides urban services. In fact, more people live in urban Clark County than in any of Southern Nevadas cities, including the city of Las Vegas. Geographically, this area of the unincorporated county includes the Las Vegas Strip and takes in McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Convention Center, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and, of course, the neighborhoods where our residents live, work and play. Click here for the County Website

Individuals who are licensed to practice architecture in the United states are invited to be a part of the leading organization representing the interests of the profession, The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Click here for AIA NV Website