Myrtle Tate Elementary School Replacement

2450 Lincoln Road, Las Vegas, NV

Roche Construction completed the Myrtle Tate Elementary School replacement. The existing Myrtle Tate Elementary School was built in 1971. At the end of the 2019-20 school year in May, Roche abated and demolished the school and site elements and constructed a 93,490-square-foot campus.

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Education

Project Description

The 9-acre campus consists of four main structures including an administration building, a multipurpose building, and two classroom buildings. There is also a small central plant building. The administration building is home to offices, a teacher’s lounge, workrooms, storage, and a health center. The multipurpose building includes flex learning areas, physical education and music classrooms, kitchen, and a large multipurpose space with a stage. The classroom buildings are two-story and are connected via a second-story bridge, which creates an exterior breezeway below.

Site development included off-site road paving, new utilities, parking lots, landscaping, softball field, basketball and tetherball courts, playgrounds with shade structures, and a botanical garden.

Location

2450 Lincoln Road, Las Vegas, NV

Square Footage

93,490

Site Area

9.2 Acres

Method

Hard Bid Stipulated Sum

Owner

Clark County School District

Architect

Simpson Coulter Studio