Las Vegas firm hires UNLV graduate, former Treasure Island performer
LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas architecture and design firm LGA recently announced the addition of Rhett Noseck to the team. Noseck brings with him a diverse entertainment industry background and a focus on sustainability.
“Rhett’s diverse professional background speaks to his inventive spirit and constant search for a career that uses all his unique skills,” explains Craig Galati, a principal in the firm. “Architecture is really the ideal fit for him, because it’s multi-faceted enough to feed even the most creative soul.”
A recent graduate of UNLV School of Architecture, Noseck has had an admittedly nontraditional career path. A transplant to Las Vegas in 2000, Noseck co-created Complex Solutions, Ltd., a reserve study company that provided financial consulting for homeowners’ associations. His next entrepreneurial venture wouldn’t be until more than 10 years later when he started his own live show production company, Lost Boys Productions, LLC. The company created live action shows for the cruise line entertainment industry and led to projects around the world in such diverse locations as St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles and Doha, Qatar. In between his two ventures into business ownership, Noseck also enjoyed a successful performing arts career with the Sirens of TI at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino.
Noseck began his path at Pepperdine University, located in Malibu, Calif. There, he earned a bachelor’s degree in international business. He resumed his education more than a decade later, completing his master’s degree in architecture with a concentration in sustainability while at UNLV.
When not working, Noseck is an avid woodworker who also enjoys outdoor activities like mountain biking and sailing, as well as spending time with his wife and their two dogs.
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. Best known for its work on the LEED-certified Springs Preserve master plan and one of only a handful of Platinum LEED-certified buildings in the world, the Desert Living Center at the Springs Preserve, LGA has been a longtime advocate of green design and green living.
For more information on LGA, call 702-263-7111 or visit lgainc.com.