The East Las Vegas Library project, built for the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, included the new construction of a 44,370-square-foot library. The facility functions as a community hub offering technology, wi-fi, workforce training, and cultural event space. The project features a 10,775-square-foot library with seven reading areas and a 3,476-square-foot multipurpose room with a 300-seat capacity. The project received LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for CORE’s preservation of trees throughout the project site, the allocation of five percent of parking spaces for low-emitting/fuel efficient vehicles, and other sustainable features. The library was constructed of a concrete slab-on-grade foundation with isolated footings and a steel structural frame with concrete masonry unit block walls. An exterior consisting of stucco, tile, and concrete masonry unit block with an SBS modified bituminous roof system completed the construction. The East Las Vegas Library now provides a modernized multi-use space for Las Vegas residents, as well as vital access to technological resources for a previously underserved community.