National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement

City of Las Vegas

Delivering justice, the history of the Mob in America featured in a historically renovated federal courthouse.

OCMI provided project/construction management services on the $25 million historical renovations and conversion of the 41,000 SF federal courthouse and post office into the National Museum of Organized Crime, and Law Enforcement often called “The Mob Museum.”

OCMI oversaw the construction of 17,000 SF of exhibit galleries featuring advanced interactive technology and multi-media exhibits on three floors, in addition to administrative, specialty retail, support, event, and educational spaces. Achieving LEED Silver certification, the project includes solar water heating, controlled ventilation, and a fully automated building system.

Constructed in the 1930s it was the first federal building to be built in Las Vegas; it on the State of Nevada and the US National Register of Historic Places.

Photography courtesy of OCMI, Inc.