Paul Steelman



Paul Curtis Steelman is an American architect based in Las Vegas, Nevada and Macau who is notable for designing casinos and entertainment venues. His firm designed the $240 million Sands Macau casino resort which was notable for going from "blueprint to opening in 600 days", building a reputation for rapid development sometimes referred to as "Sands speed." The project won praise for its "bright, airy design" and sunken stage which "allows everyone in the theater to get a spectacular view of the entertainment." According to Architectural Record, Steelman's firm had total revenue in 2006 of $30 million and design revenues of $3. and in 2011 rated his company as the 56th largest American architectural firm.

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