Check out this article in Multi-Housing News about our latest multi-family project we have recently started for Cherry Development in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Plaza’s pool deck renovation project is progressing. Check out the rendering based on the owner’s concept and the design-build work Breslin Builders is providing for the project. Working closely with the property’s management, Breslin Builders is providing both design and construction services for the pool deck renovation. Permits have been issued and the work is well under way. Look for an official opening the beginning of summer time.
In addition to the rendering file of the project, a nice article was written about the project in the Las Vegas Sun – click here for the article.
Work on the modernization and upgrades to The Plaza Hotel and Casino Pool Deck are well underway. Breslin Builders is providing design-build services for the project. Currently we are working on removing the existing concrete topping slabs, removing the old bar structures, the pool, and other items in preparation for the new and modernization work. Additionally we are adjusting and fixing a few structural items to ensure the life of the deck area continues for well into the future. Modernized and ADA accessible restrooms, bar, and a new pool are part of the project scope also.
In addition to the selective demolition work, Breslin Builders is working to obtain the needed City of Las Vegas renovation building permits for the balance of the work. Given the age and uniqueness of the project, we are blending the new 2012 IBC code requirements with the original 1967 UBC requirements to come to an acceptable solution, ensuring both safety and sensibility are achieved. The original pool portion of the structure was constructed in 1981. Look for a summer 2016 opening.
Progress photos are below:
We’ve blogged about this already but the online link to the ERN Southwest article is finally available. Click the link below to read more about the award Breslin Builders received for the Downtown Container Park from ENR Southwest.