Resource pages for "Las Vegas"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The Las Vegas Convention Center’s underground people mover will transport convention attendees throughout the 200-acre campus in all-electric Tesla vehicles.
More cities and states are working together to slash energy consumption in buildings, with implementing more stringent building codes as a first step.
Blizzards, a burning lake, and dragons (of course) all make an appearance as Game of Thrones takes over the Fountains of Bellagio.
Awards recognize and honor achievement in the installation of digital displays and interactive technology and the creation of compelling viewer content.
Some couples plan big church weddings followed by elaborate receptions. Others dream of tying the knot under a palm tree with their toes in the sand. Then there are White Castle fanatics.
Gibraltar's anti-ram vehicle barriers have been installed on Las Vegas Boulevard to protect pedestrians from errant vehicles.
Planning to tie the knot but haven’t found the perfect wedding venue yet? Your search may have just come to a deliciously cheesy end.
Konami Gaming, Inc.'s newly-expanded headquarters is one of Nevada's largest facilities to achieve complete geothermal heating and cooling.
what's happening to all of that expensive construction equipment sitting idle around the stagnant region? One creative company is putting it to good use.
This Friday Funny actually ends the week on a bittersweet note, particularly for those who consider themselves fans of the late great Liberace. After 31 years of operation, the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas will close its doors this Sunday, October 17, 2010.
The Forest Stewardship Council-US (FSC-US) has honored CityCenter in Las Vegas as the best commercial project of 2009 in the fifth annual Designing & Building with FSC Awards.