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The PENTA Building Group Selected as General Contractor for Bellagio Spa Tower Remodel
Published on Thu, Dec 6, 2012 (11:46 a.m.)LAS VEGAS (December 6, 2012) – The PENTA Building Group recently announced the firm has been selected by the Bellagio Hotel and Casino as the general contractor for the 29-floor Spa Tower remodel project.
The project scope will include the remodel of corridors, guest rooms and suites, including painting, wall coverings, carpet and installation of new light fixtures. The project is expected to be completed by Dec. 12, 2012.
“PENTA recently remodeled four floors, 23 through 26, all of which are now occupied by guests,” said Mitch Bernard, special projects manager for The PENTA Building Group. “As the project moves forward, we aim to deliver high-quality results and complete the process on time and within budget.”
The PENTA Building Group
The PENTA Building Group is a nationally recognized general contractor with offices in Las Vegas, Reno, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Palm Desert, and Tulsa. As a general contractor, construction manager and concrete subcontractor, the company partners with every member of the development, design, and construction team to build a variety of projects ranging in size and scope.
The success and experience of PENTA spans a wide variety of market segments including hospitality/entertainment, gaming, education, healthcare, Native American, retail/tenant improvements, commercial, industrial, public works, and parking structures.
PENTA is ranked annually among the top 400 national general contracting firms by Engineering News Record and is the recipient of countless project awards.
PENTA is privately held company possessing an impressive financial statement, bonding capacity, and a commendable safety record. For more information, visit www.pentabldggroup.com or contact Jennie Bowman at 702-614-1678 or by email at [email protected]
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