The Neon Museum Boneyard and Visitor Center celebrates Las Vegas' rich history through its signature art form - the neon sign. As consulting preservation architect for the project, Chattel is proud to play a role in preserving the city's colorful history.

Chattel managed implementation of National Scenic Byways Program grant funding and worked closely with the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office, Federal Highway Administration, and Nevada Department of Transportation. The project, which involved Section 106 environmental review and local certificate of appropriateness review, encompassed rehabilitation of and an addition to the iconic Paul Revere Williams-designed La Concha Motel lobby, which now houses the Visitor Center.

 The Neon Museum Boneyard is home to over 150 neon signs.

The Neon Museum Boneyard is home to over 150 neon signs.

 La Concha Motel Lobby disassembled at donor site.

La Concha Motel Lobby disassembled at donor site.

 The rehabilitated La Concha Motel Lobby is the new Visitor Center at the Neon Museum Boneyard.

The rehabilitated La Concha Motel Lobby is the new Visitor Center at the Neon Museum Boneyard.