Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center

Las Vegas, NV 

This facility operated by the Cleveland Clinic is dedicated to the research of neurological illnesses. The Center also serves as the headquarters for Keep Memory Alive, the Las Vegas Alzheimer's Association and the Las Vegas Parkinson’s Disease Association. The Center is a national resource for the most current research and scientific information for the treatment of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Huntington's Diseases, and ALS as well as focusing on prevention, early detection and education. The facility operates as an outpatient treatment and research facility in downtown Las Vegas as part of the city's 61 acre Symphony Park.  MCH provided full-scope acoustical design for this demanding project where the tenets of good acoustics, especially for the medical services portion, were severely tested by the unusual geometries.  

  • 13 examination rooms, offices for healthcare practitioners & researchers

  • Museum of the Mind and Community Auditorium

  • 65,000 SF

  • $100M Total Cost

Architect:    Gehry Partners
Completion:  2009