Candlewood Suites Hotel

Hospitality Engineering Design for a New Hotel

Photo courtesy of DesignCell Architecture

Project Summary

For this hospitality design project, we were approached by DesignCell Architecture to help with ground-up MEP designs to build a new 123-unit hotel across from McCarran airport and close to the Las Vegas strip.

Design for a new ground-up, 5-story, 122-unit Candlewood Suites with 8 typical room types located at directly across from McCarran International Airport. Program includes lobby, registration, breakroom, office, laundry, fitness room, guest laundry, cupboard, sales office, business center, and electrical room.

Design was completed utilizing Revit.

Revolution Engineering provided mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering and design services.

Architect
DesignCell Architecture

Location
185 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Square Footage
66,000

Year of Completion
2020

The Challenge

As part of IHG’s (InterContinental Hotel Group) extensive customer research and collaboration with hotel owners, IHG saw a need to address the needs of business travelers.

More and more travelers are adopting a digital nomad lifestyle while they travel for business meetings or conferences in Las Vegas, the conference capital of the world.

Business travelers should not have to completely sacrifice comforts and amenities while they travel for business, sometimes for weeks at a time.

“This is crucial to delivering brand experiences that fit the ever-evolving needs of mainstream travellers and drive performance for our hotel owners. As these new prototypes start rolling out across the market, we know they will take guest satisfaction and brand strength to the next level.”

Heather Balsley

SVP, Global Marketing Mainstream Brands, InterContinental Hotel Group

Team Members on this Project

Chris Lovett, PE

Chris Lovett, PE

Electrical Engineer

Brian Patalon, PE

Brian Patalon, PE

Mechanical Engineer