JCJ Architecture (JCJ), a forward-thinking and nationally ranked planning, architecture, and interior design firm, is excited to welcome Nicole Dalton Williams, RID, to its Las Vegas office as Interiors Project Director.

In her new role, Dalton Williams will work closely with the Hospitality and Gaming design team to strengthen JCJ’s reach within the Las Vegas market and beyond. Building upon the firm’s strong foundation, Dalton Williams will leverage her noteworthy, international experience to further enhance JCJ’s collective interior design practice.

“I am honored to be joining a firm that has a clear vision, an entrepreneurial spirit, and that encourages creative expression,” said Dalton Williams. “I look forward to helping expand JCJ’s reach in Las Vegas and push the envelope of what is possible in hospitality and entertainment design. There is an energy about Las Vegas that creates a transformative experience for guests. We are on the cusp of a truly exciting moment in this market, and I am thrilled to be exploring this new era with the JCJ team.”

Nicole Dalton Williams brings over 20 years of experience in global hospitality and entertainment interiors, with particular expertise in the curation of design solutions for gaming enterprises. As former Partner and Principal of Interior Design at Dalton Steelman Arias & Anderson (a Paul Steelman Affiliated Firm), Dalton Williams managed, directed, and designed multi-billion-dollar hospitality projects from conception to completion, while ensuring that client expectations were met and handled expeditiously. Prior to that, she was Vice President of Interior Design at Steelman Partners, where she worked to streamline design processes and create standards for detailed interior design specifications. Dalton Williams has spearheaded such notable projects as Resorts World Las Vegas, the largest new build resort on Las Vegas Boulevard for 11 years; Solaire Resort and Casino in Manila, Philippines; Galaxy Casino in Macau; and Casino Sochi in Russia.

“We are thrilled to welcome Nicole to the JCJ team,” said Bob Gdowski, AIA, Director of Hospitality Design at JCJ Architecture. “She is bringing a fresh perspective and boundless creativity to our Las Vegas office that will be of tremendous value as we broaden our horizons in this market.”

Dalton Williams is a member of the Las Vegas Chapters of ASID and NEWH and is an Adjunct Faculty member at the UNLV School of Architecture. Her design work has received numerous accolades, including the Interior Design Giants Awards, and the NEWH Hospy Awards.

About JCJ Architecture

JCJ Architecture is a forward-thinking and nationally ranked planning, architecture and interior design firm offering comprehensive services to clients in the hospitality, gaming, civic, K12 and higher education sectors. Founded in 1936, the employee-owned firm’s mission is to provide innovative design solutions that enhance the environment, enrich people’s lives and help organizations succeed.

With a long-standing reputation for business acumen and project delivery excellence, JCJ focuses on bringing the qualities of adaptability, integrity, respect and collaboration to a design process that leverages the unique qualities and potential of each project. JCJ collaborates with clients across the United States from offices located in Boston, Hartford, New York City, Phoenix, San Diego, Tulsa, and Las Vegas. For more information, please visit www.jcj.com.

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