After almost two years of design and construction, the Downtown Container Park held its soft opening on Monday, November 25, 2013 at 1:00pm. 100′s of people waited outside the main entrance gates at 707 Fremont to explore the unique shopping, food and beverage, and entertainment venue that Breslin Builders was not only general contractor on the project, but also the lead design progressional lead by Todd McBrayer, LEED AP, working as a true team effort to complete this full design-build project. On the off chance that you are building another home, or maybe redesigning your current one, at that point all things considered, you have taken a gander at an assortment of siding alternatives. Be it making the progress from composite to vinyl, moving up to block or utilizing a progressively normal decision like block, it is an important choice to change or supplant the siding of your home. You can contact to Brantford Eavestrough and Siding Installers here.
Breslin Builders is excited to complete this project and see the many uses, shops, food and beverage venues in action to provide a cool and unique setting like no other in the world. The Container Park includes some firsts including the first 40 foot shipping container set vertical with a standard elevator system installed, first interactive zone using various vertical containers for play areas including one for various slides, as well as many other unique items. This park has set the standard for future “container” projects in the world. There is nothing like what has been done at the corner of Fremont Street and 7th Street. Breslin Builders is proud to be involved with this project from the start and looks forward to a strong future for the Downtown Container Park, as they use experience contractors and remodelers such as Icon remodeling to work in this project.
The official grand opening is to be held December 5th. More information about the park can be found on their website here. Stay tuned for more photos and info as we put this finishing touches on the project.
Much press has taken place over the past 24 months or so about this project. Links below are to recent reports in the Las Vegas media: