Las Vegas — DC Building Group, a Las Vegas-based general contractor, has recently completed a new Taco Bell on E. Charleston Boulevard in Las Vegas, marking the first Taco Bell in downtown Las Vegas. The project was designed by Architect Gary Guy Wilson.
The new ground-up construction involved: surveying, storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPPS), utilities, grading, asphalt paving, landscape, concrete, masonry, ornamental metal, rough carpentry, countertops, millwork, roofing, metal flashing, insulation, joint sealants, waterproofing, doors and frames, glazing, drywall, acoustical ceilings, painting, fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP), exterior insulation and finish system (EIFS), tile, awnings and canopies, plumbing, HVAC and electrical.
The project is the second of this particular design prototype (shape, exterior style, interior finishes, seating, furnishings) in the Las Vegas area. DC Building Group used rusted metal on the corner sign façade and horizontal silver aluminum on the slat wall for its metal aesthetics. The wall has back-lit LEDs to illuminate purple EIFS creating a branded purple glow at night.
DC Building Group has been involved with many other prominent restaurant projects, including: Smashburger at Harrah’s Laughlin; Raising Cane’s and Del Taco in Henderson, Nev.; Maggiano’s Little Italy at Downtown Summerlin in Las Vegas; a flagship Wendy’s in Payson, Ariz.; Cracker Barrel in North Las Vegas; and Buffalo Wild Wings at Miracle Mile Shops in Las Vegas.
Founded in 2001, DC Building Group is a general contracting firm licensed in numerous states across the country with a focus on the western U.S. It has become one of the largest, locally owned general contracting firms in Las Vegas with a portfolio that includes office, medical, industrial, hospitality, retail, restaurant, religious, nonprofit, aviation, education and public works. For more information, visit www.BuildWithDCBG.com.
SOURCE: DC Building Group