JW Marriott

Las Vegas, Nevada

PROJECT PROFILES


JW Marriott Las Vegas, Nevada

Description

Working with glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) and 1,250 tons of natural boulders, KHS&S created more than 48,000 square feet of rockwork for this Nevada resort, including a main feature at the Porte Cochere, and rockwork at two lagoons and a health club swimming pool.

The KHS&S-created entry waterfall is capable of pumping more than 4,000 gallons of water per minute.

KHS&S worked with the owner, architect, project engineers and general contractor to develop detailed shop drawings for the project, which also included 2.25 acres of lagoon membranes and cementitious textures.

Services Provided

rockwork, GFRC, water features, waterfalls, natural boulders, cementitious textures

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Rockwork

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