Las Vegas hotel had to consider code requirements and tight spaces for grease-duct system installation.
LAS VEGAS - In Las Vegas, hotels and casinos live and die by providing comfort, convenience and entertainment for gamblers and guests. Unless improvement projects are completed without interrupting either, they can quickly jump from mere annoyance to unacceptable aggravation, which can cost money.
The Venetian, one of the most luxurious hotel and casino properties on the Las Vegas Strip, considered this during the planning phase of a recent project - remodeling a food court's kitchen-ventilation system. Faced with stringent code requirements, short project deadlines and the need for minimum intrusion on guest comfort, the project required a uniquely suited system.