UNLV grad began work at local firm in February
LAS VEGAS – Local architecture firm of 30 years, LGA, recently hired Chris Mueller as an architectural designer. He joined the firm in February.
Mueller moved to Las Vegas 12 years ago to pursue a bachelor’s degree in architecture at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and he has been working locally in the industry for more than a decade. Since then, he has become highly experienced in 3-D building information modeling, hand rendering and computer-generated rendering, which he has done for projects throughout Las Vegas.
In addition to his bachelor’s degree in architecture, which he completed in 2007, Mueller is pursuing a master’s degree in the same subject from Lawrence Technological University.
Established in 1986, LGA is a cross-disciplinary, client-centered consulting firm that brings together the disciplines of architecture, sociology and sustainability using a collaborative, participatory and community-based process. LGA has been a longtime advocate of green design and green living. The firm is best known for its work on the LEED certified Springs Preserve master plan; the Desert Living Center at the Springs Preserve — at the time, one of only a handful of Platinum LEED certified buildings in the world — and, most recently, the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, constructed with smart building techniques.
For more information on LGA, call 702-263-7111 or visit lgainc.com.