Check out this family guide from DailyMom.com, which includes a few of the projects we have done in downtown Las Vegas, including Bin702 at the Downtown Container Park, the Downtown Container Park as a whole, and Picnic at the Downtown Grand Hotel and Casino.
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The Downtown Container Park has been featured in another article, this one in Landscape Architect and Specifier News, September 2014 edition. Click on the PDF link for the article from Cre8Play’s website.
On Friday, November 14, 2014, Breslin Builders’ Todd McBrayer and Steve Moore, attended the ENR Southwest Best Projects 2014 awards luncheon at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. ENR Southwest has recognized the Downtown Container Park as their Best Projects 2014 in the Office/Retail/Mixed-Use category.
Breslin Builders is honored and excited to add this award to others we have been part of the past, with one exception. This project is one were we provided both the design and the construction, delivering on the vision that Downtown Project and Tony Hsieh had for the corner of 7th and Fremont, and for the innovative use of shipping containers in a retail and mixed-use environment. It is not everyday that a company gets to do projects like the Downtown Container Park, a truly unique project in downtown Las Vegas, and one that we hope many other shipping container projects will use as their “research project” (just like Breslin Builders did with previous projects in the world).
We are grateful for the efforts of our entire team of engineers, designers, subcontractors, and employees that made this project possible.
While doing research for another project I stumbled upon this neat article about the center play area for the Downtown Container Park. It’s always fun to see how others view and review this project. Enjoy the article by clicking here.
Check out this link to IPME’s website for the Downtown Container Park. IPME was one of the many partners Breslin Builder’s worked with to bring this unique project to life. They were the masters behind the containers and the needed modifications.
IPME also created this cool video showing the Downtown Container Park completed: