Robert J. Miller Building
On April 25, 1990, ground was broken for the 4,500-square-foot Robert J. Miller Building. Built and donated in his honor by Las Vegas philanthropist Claude I. Howard, this facility is the only one of its kind in collegiate soccer.
Located on the north side of Peter Johann Memorial Field on the UNLV campus, this building houses locker rooms for both home and visiting teams, an athletic training room with a whirlpool and ice machine, an equipment room complete with washer and dryer, coaches offices and reception area, concession areas, a ticket sales office and public restrooms.
This structure, which allows soccer to be a completely self-contained operation, was the third building on campus erected and donated by Howard.
"Mr. Howard is a giving person to the community," said head coach Barry Barto. "This is another indication of his commitment to Las Vegas and the residents of the community. The university can't survive without people such as him.
"He has given us a first-class facility within 10 yards of the field. The building not only enhances the northern portion of the campus but it also enhances the UNLV program giving it much credibility within the soccer community. Everyone benefits from this building."