The new Lotus of Siam at 620 E. Flamingo, a remodel that Breslin Builders has recently completed for the restaurant, has opened. We are excited to provide our design-build services at their new location.
Check out this ReviewJournal.com article about the opening – click here.
In addition to the full remodel work, we will also be completing an additional climate controlled wine room in the private dining room. We will also be starting the design and construction services on their previous location at Commercial Center on Sahara Avenue to renovate and restore it for operations again.
Photos of the new space are to follow also.
Breslin Builders is pleased to have been able to provide design and construction services for Lotus of Siam’s new location at 620 E Flamingo Road. We look forward to doing more work with them also including a few more upgrades at this new location, as well as the anticipated renovation and remodel work at their prior location.
Check out the Review Journal article.
Lotus of Siam to open at new Las Vegas location
Grading has been completed and the foundations are being formed and poured at the new All-Storage Inspirada project in Henderson, Nevada. Progress photos are below:
Work on the next phase of the Shadow Hills Church complex has started with the new Student Center grading started. Over the next few months a new student center for the church will rise from the ground providing classroom facilities and gathering spaces for the church youth.
This project marks one of many Breslin Builders has completed for the Shadow Hills church, including our initial project of almost two decades ago when the church construction work for the worship building was originally built.
Site work and final grading for the parking lot area is in progress at the St Rose Coronado project we are constructing in Henderson, Nevada. The building exteriors are receiving their final coats of paint and other decorative features also. Interior core/shell improvements, as well as interior tenant improvements, are being worked on also.
Some progress photos from a recent site visit are below:
The laborious task of preparing the site for the foundation systems at the All Storage Inspirada project in Henderson, Nevada is progressing. The site contains many large rocks that have required heavy equipment to unearth and strategically remove. Screening and blending are being used to get the most benefit from the on-site soils.
Check out some photos from the site showing the earthwork progression:
Ground work has begun on the new All Storage Inspirada mini-storage project in Henderson, Nevada, adjacent to the Henderson Executive Airport.
Breslin Builders has been awarded the contract to building the newest All Storage facility in the Las Vegas area. Located on Volunteer Boulevard in close proximity to the Henderson Executive Terminal, this project will transform raw desert into a new multi-building gated storage facility. We are currently waiting for final building permits to be issued from the City of Henderson and will start construction as soon as the permits are issued.
Breslin Builder is getting things in place for the start of the demolition work of the existing office building at the Oquendo Center at the corner of Eastern and Oquendo in Las Vegas, Nevada. The unused and outdated building, Western Veterinarian Center’s original building prior to their current facility was built, will be demolished to make way for a new two-story 30,000 square foot office building. The new office space will allow the current space in the current Oquendo Center to be converted to more convention and teaching space. Demolition is slated by the end of the month with new construction starting in August 2017.
Breslin Builders is providing design-build services for a new 32,000 square foot office/warehouse project located in the southwest part of the Las Vegas valley. Located at the end of Sobb Avenue west of Rainbow Boulevard (between Patrick and Post), the project will be a three tenant building with associated warehouse spaces.
Anticipated to be constructed of tilt-up concrete walls with a hybrid roof framing system (wood and metal), the project will build on the decades of experience Breslin Builders has on this type of project and construction.
In addition to the building, the site will have multiple recessed docks, parking, truck access, and a large trash enclosure.
Initial design work has begun, with our next step to including coordination of the land-use approvals with Clark County. We anticipate a Fall 2018 delivery.
Breslin Builders has been contracted to provide design-build services for a new 45,000 square foot entertainment complex consisting of meeting rooms, kitchen, outdoor venue, fitness center, and flexible eSports facility, to be constructed in the ground level of the existing old Binion’s parking garage on the east side of Casino Center between Ogden and Stewart. This facility will expand the Downtown Grand’s offering and abilities for meeting space, entertainment facilities, as well as a fitness center. A climbing wall is proposed as part of the outdoor venue.
We are currently finalizing the permit and construction drawings for approval by the City of Las Vegas. In June the City of Las Vegas Planning Commission cleared the way for the project by approving the needed waivers and special use permits.
Breslin Builders is providing both design and construction services on this project. The project is slated to open to the public second quarter 2018.
Breslin Builders will be providing construction services for Oquendo Center’s (Western Veterinarian Conference) new expansion to add more convention, lecture, and meeting space to their existing facility. Prior to construction services, we have been working with SH Architecture and the owner providing design-assist pre-construction services.
The first steps in the expansion includes the construction of a new approximately 30,000 square foot office building, which replace their existing unused original office building on the northwest corner of their property (Eastern and Oquendo). Additionally, we will be constructing a new free standing “barn” to replace the existing one being removed as part of the expansion work.
The new expansion work will require changes to some of the original work we previously completed including the demolition of their existing large animal barn, moving their offices to the new building, site changes, and other adjustments.
Demolition work is slated to start by August 1st with overall work anticipated to be completed by April 2019. More updates and renderings will follow as the project progresses.