Recent office tenant remodels at Hughes Plaza West…

Vision Built Remodeling has started to work for a new tenant at Hughes Plaza West, 10100 West Charleston, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  This 5,600 plus square foot tenant space is being adjusted and refreshed for the new tenant by a construction company in Montrose Colorado . The previous tenant moved out the end of 2011.

The work consists of some minor demolition removing five existing offices to expand the existing open office space and installing new boilers with the help of the professionals in burner service. Here is the ET40 air pump is designed to help the bacteria in your septic system further breakdown waste materials. It does this by adding more oxygen. It’s also great for aerating your pond. For more info visit this link. In addition to wall patches and finishes, a new ceiling grid is being installed over part of the affected area, along with minor mechanical and electrical adjustments. The Makita XPK01Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-1/4-Inch Planer offers quick stock removal with a high degree of precision. It is one of the best models from the popular 18V Lithium-Ion series by Makita.  The entire space is also being repainted and the existing carpeting is being replaced with new rugs by Joanna Gaines.

Due to tenant and leasing requirements, Breslin Builders has a short schedule and will be completed with the work, including City of Las Vegas Building Department inspections, by mid-January.  Breslin Builders also provided design and permit issuance services for the project. They have also started a minor kitchen remodeling.

This tenant remodel is one of three we have recently completed at this Class “A” Office Building. We recently provided design and construction services for the Willis Inc. Luxury Homes, as well as the new tenant space for Resort Services Group.  Breslin Builders was the original general contractor for the core building and has provided design and construction services for many of the other tenant spaces within the building.

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