The Korte Company and JVC Architects worked directly with Penn National Gaming’s design and construction team to deliver the 15,000-square-foot remodel of headquarters located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Company operates 42 facilities in 19 jurisdictions. In total, Penn National Gaming’s facilities feature over 51,000 gaming machines, over 1,300 table games and 9,000 hotel rooms.
The improvements comprised both selective demolition and new construction throughout the entire space, which spanned five floors. Modifications to the workspace included revised floorplans and the construction of additional office areas. Framing and drywall installation, as well as painting, new flooring, soundproofing and doors were all contained in the scope of work.
The comprehensive renovation also included modified HVAC systems as well as updated electrical and fire protection systems throughout.
Because the space was fully occupied and operational, all work was completed during off-hours between 5:30 p.m. and 2:30 a.m., the result of a detailed construction plan developed to minimize any disruptions to the building’s residents. The entire project was completed and delivered within an aggressive six-month design and construction schedule – on time and on budget.