Ken Small Architect
Architect in Las Vegas, NV
Ken Small AIA CSI CDT LEED AP REFP supplies a comprehensive array of solutions from preliminary site analysis and entitlements to architectural design, interior design, construction documents, construction specifications and construction administration. The roots of my practice come from being in business for over 20 years, during which time, I have gained a reputation for exceptional design and cost efficient construction. My strong design ability has been recognized with design awards and in publications. Throughout the years, I have earned a reputation for being on time and on budget, WITH GOOD DESIGN.
Ken Small Architect
read moreKen Small is a Las Vegas architect with over two decades of architectural experience. If your project is big or small, Ken can provide the highest level of care and expertise to deliver your project on budget and on time. I have been providing dependable architectural design services to Las Vegas for the last 20 years. My staff and I have done almost every form of commercial, restaurant, medical or healthcare, retail, or recreational project that is common in the Las Vegas area. We also do new homes and have experience in a great many odd projects that may only be done once in Nevada.
Why Choose ABKS
read moreKen has computer aided drafting, virtual and physical modeling, 3d printing, animations and all of the tools needed to provide you a complete turn-key architectural project. You can hire our services piece by piece or we can do everything for you. Ken also has a great combination of fast and well educated excited architectural design staff and experienced hands to make sure that everything is done quickly and checked by those who know that it is done right. Almost every customer that Ken does work for considers their investment in their project to too big of a "bet" to take a risk on.
read moreIf you are interested in getting a Permit Now for a project within unincorporated Clark County, Nevada. I am able to get a permit one working day after the plans are done. The list of criteria is rather involved. So I really suggest that you call to discuss it. This is a real program from the building department. This is not something that I dreamed up. I must be your architect. Commercial projects must be under 25,000 square feet and subject to County Building Department inspections. I do your plan check.