SushiSamba was a restaurant build-out in an existing hotel (the Palazzo). Hotel operations had to continue with minimal disruption while construction was taking place.
Further complicating the job was its signature design element, a fiber glass ribbon that wound through the space. As a result, the project design evolved during the construction phase. Both the budget and deadline were tight, and the approval process in Clark County, Nevada, is notoriously difficult.
- Scope of the project
- Budget constraints
- Project designed as it was being built
- Designed and mocked up the glass piece by piece in a warehouse, then transported
it piece by piece to the site to ensure it met all codes and requirements and met the
approval of both the designer and the owner
- Coordinated construction with the hotel’s operations to avoid disruptions
- Used relationships with Clark County agencies to streamline approvals and minimize
delays and expenses
A world-class restaurant worthy of Las Vegas was completed on time and within budget.