Recognized as one of the world’s leading design-assist specialty building companies, KHS&S is transforming casino construction by using innovative building methods to create the “wow” factor that has become synonymous with a KHS&S project.
Using advances such as BIM, virtual project delivery and lean manufacturing, KHS&S is now able to streamline construction schedules and bring multiple time and cost-saving techniques to large-scale projects from casino resorts to high-end retail centers. The company also is investing in prefabricated construction to accelerate schedules while enhancing quality.
The beauty of KHS&S’ brand of thinking comes from knowing how to perfectly blend technology and craftsmanship to achieve the best that each offers. 3D models perfectly define and guide construction of complex buildings and structures, and in-house artisans use hands-on creativity to produce one-of-a-kind finishes, eye-catching ornamentation and intricate architectural detailing. Laser-scanning technology exactly replicates the designer’s intent for a signature rockwork feature, as craftsmen experiment with color washes to find a palette that best integrates man-made materials into the natural environment.
Recent KHS&S projects that are impressing clients and dazzling visitors include CityCenter and the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Seminole Hard Rock casinos throughout Florida and Resorts World New York Casino at the Aqueduct Racetrack.
KHS&S is more than a contractor. The firm is a valued member of the building team that contributes to nearly every aspect of a project—determining constructability, design development, value engineering, material selection, global procurement and construction. With recent geographic expansion, KHS&S can build worldwide from North American offices in California, Canada, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas and Washington, and international locations throughout China and Asia.
KHS&S is transforming construction to build casinos for today’s customer in the contemporary market environment.
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