The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has been ranked as the No. 1 Trade Show Destination in North America for 24 consecutive years. It serves as an important facet of the City’s economy, bringing in approximately $2.1B in local economic impacts according to 2017 figures. With over 4.6 million square feet of existing and future conference center space planned over multiple phases, the LVCVA needed an elegant solution to move attendees and exhibitors across the expansive campus seamlessly and efficiently. Without a people mover system, attendees would have to walk up to 20 minutes across campus, which can be a severe limit to accessibility—especially in the summer when Las Vegas area temperatures can climb to over 100⁰F.
The LVCC District Plan, a guiding document outlining the Authority’s expansion, includes a three-phase approach. Phase One includes the acquisition, demolition, and site improvements of the nearby Riviera Hotel (completed); Phase Two includes the LVCC major expansion (currently under construction) and the people mover project; and Phase Three includes renovations for the existing convention center. The contractor selected for the people mover will be required to coordinate with concurrent and planned construction projects.
Mission Critical’s Impact
Mission Critical leveraged our technology and our agility as a team to produce a high-quality document while overcoming heavy logistical challenges. We used video conferencing to ensure same-page content development and collaborative review tools to facilitate faster commenting and review cycles. Additionally, we managed the final print of the document and hand-delivered it to the Las Vegas engineers on the day of the submittal to be certain that it was included with the final proposal document submitted separately by Aeromovel Nevada.