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Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion, Phase II

The Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion – Phase II (LVCC Phase II) project was a significant expansion and renovation of the LVCC to accommodate current needs and capture future trade show opportunities. The LVCC Phase II project added 1.4 million SF to the convention center facility, including at least 600,000 SF of new, leasable exhibit space. 

The UES team provided QAA materials testing and special inspections
for the building and its components during construction to verify construction compliance with the project’s design, engineering, and required codes. UES’ scope of work included the following testing and inspections:

  • Oversight of Geotechnical recommendations
  • Structural fill, grading, soils and pad certification
  • Reinforced concrete on grade and elevated
  • Drilled pier foundations
  • Structural masonry
  • Structural steel
  • Exterior insulation finishing system
  • Fire-resistive penetrations and joints
  • Floor flatness and floor levelness
  • Epoxy and mechanical anchors
  • Spray-applied fireproofing and intumescent paint fireproofing
  • Final reports for governing jurisdictions
  • Project coordination with Owner Representative, Contractor and
    Design Team during construction


Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority


Las Vegas, Nevada


Materials Testing

Field & Code Compliance

Geotechnical Engineering