The John F. Miller School project, built for the Clark County School District, included the new construction of a 73,496-square-foot school located in Las Vegas, NV. The facility houses 120 students with disabilities, ages three- to 22 years. This project features protected outdoor courtyards with extra daylighting and play opportunities, wide hallways to accommodate wheelchair or walking equipment, wheelchair swings, medical offices, and a library. The school was constructed with a tilt-up panel structure, exterior metal cladding, and a tactile surface, visual stimuli equipped interior. The John F. Miller School now provides the largest health care office in the school district for medically fragile and disabled students.