Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall
The Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) is one of the largest centers in the world. The space is used to host performances, exhibits, and tradeshows throughout the year.
ESD was retained to provide MEP/FP engineering and technology design consulting services for the expansion of a new exhibit hall and its ancillary spaces. The project consists of BAS design, whereby the design incorporates extensive integration with third-party systems including lighting controls, power metering, meeting room A/V control system, and elevator and escalator monitoring.
The 1,400,000-sf expansion to the existing convention center facility includes 600,000 sf of flexible exhibition space with multiple infrastructure services such as a variety of electrical power voltages and capacities, telecommunications including teledata, security, and audio visual, water and drainage, and natural gas. The project also includes 800,000 sf of ancillary program and support spaces including a concourse, meeting rooms, lobbies, and café/kitchen space. The building envelope is a highly efficient design to reduce overall energy consumption, well below baseline code. The central cooling plant include a 7,500-ton highly efficient low temperature chilled water plant with primary and secondary pumping systems and a 6,000 MBH boiler plant with primary and secondary pumping systems.