Crafting Architectural Wonders

  • 2008

    Wynn Las Vegas Resort & Casino Renovations

    In the Wynn Las Vegas Resort & Casino Renovations, M.J. Dean Construction undertook a comprehensive transformation to enhance and modernize various aspects of this iconic destination. Our skilled team meticulously executed renovations throughout the resort, encompassing guest rooms, public areas, restaurants, and entertainment venues. The aim was to elevate the overall guest experience, infusing contemporary design elements while maintaining the resort's renowned luxury and sophistication. Through these renovations, Wynn Las Vegas Resort & Casino remains a premier destination that captivates visitors with its renewed charm and world-class amenities.

  • 2008

    Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel

    The Eastside Cannery project was a rebuild/remodel of the long-standing Nevada Palace, located in the Boulder Highway casino corridor. Designed by Klai Juba Architects, this project features a 60’s themed, industrial inspired look. It also showcases a saw tooth roofline and bluish hue, floor-to-ceiling window exterior, open-truss ceilings, and oversized and exposed mechanical details throughout the property. The property consists of a 16-story tower, with 307 rooms ranging from 450 to 600 sq. ft., featuring five 900 sq. ft. executive suites on the top floor. Also, included in the project was 65,000 sq. ft. of casino space, a 450-seat bingo hall, six restaurants, a 16th floor lounge, and an 18,000 sq. ft. ballroom that doubles as meeting space. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and self-performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, painting, and EIFS.

  • 2008

    Palms Place at Palms Resort & Casino

    The Palms brought a chic, younger vibe to Las Vegas when it opened, and as its popularity grew the need for expansions arose. Designed by KGA Architects, The Palms Place project entailed the new construction of a 520 ft. resort condominium and hotel tower. The tower features 599 total rooms, with 4 different suite types to choose from, and each suite offering a kitchen or kitchenette. There are also spacious and luxurious residential suites and penthouses. The project also included a valet parking garage and an amenity level featuring a day spa, work out facilities, pool, outdoor bar and a restaurant, a 50,000 sq. ft. pool and spa featuring a Turkish style bath house, a Sunset Tan Studio, and various lounges, restaurants and bars. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and also self performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, painting and EIFS.

  • 2008

    Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Renovation

    The Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Renovation was a momentous endeavor that aimed to rejuvenate and modernize this iconic Las Vegas destination. Situated at the vibrant center of the renowned Las Vegas Strip, the resort required a comprehensive transformation to exceed the ever-evolving expectations of discerning travelers and casino enthusiasts. The exterior makeover of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino was a sight to behold. Our skilled craftsmen meticulously refurbished the facade, embracing a contemporary design that seamlessly integrates with the dynamic energy of the Strip. New lighting elements, captivating signage, and innovative landscaping all contributed to an awe-inspiring entrance that beckons visitors to explore the world within. Upon the completion of this transformative endeavor, the renovated Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has emerged as a vibrant gem on the Las Vegas Strip. Its enhanced allure and revitalized offerings have solidified its position as a must-visit destination for travelers seeking the ultimate entertainment and hospitality experience.

  • 2007

    Panorama Towers

    The Panorama Twin Towers are two 34-story, 400 ft. tall condominium towers developed by Hallier Properties, LLC. and designed by Klai Juba Architects. Located on Dean Martin Drive at Harmon Avenue, both towers showcase an aqua and blue glass skin accented by EIFS bands with exterior patios to allow residents dramatic views of the Las Vegas Strip and the mountains to the west. Each tower features 616 units ranging from 700 to 4,500 sq. ft. A workforce of approximately 700 people and 80,000 cu. yds. of cast-in-place concrete were needed to complete this project, which also included two five-level, 644-car parking structures. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and also self performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, painting and EIFS.

  • 2007

    Sky Las Vegas

    Sky Las Vegas is a 45-story, 500 ft. tall condominium tower developed by Sky Las Vegas Condominiums Inc. and designed by Klai Juba Architects. Located on Las Vegas Boulevard, just south of Sahara Avenue, Sky features a blue glass exterior accented by white horizontal EIFS bands. This high-rise residential tower consists of 405 suites ranging from 1,179 to 2,000 sq. ft. with a handful of 3,500 sq. ft. penthouses. With a total of 840,000 sq. ft., Sky Las Vegas required 60,000 cu. yds. of cast-in-place concrete and a workforce of approximately 500 to complete. The building also features a low rise with a 700-car parking structure, three swimming pools, and 40,000 sq. ft. of retail space. There is also a central amenities deck containing concierge services, an exercise spa, movie theater, racquetball courts, and a multipurpose room that doubles as an exclusive 200-person venue for private parties. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and also self performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, painting and EIFS.

  • 2007

    Pearl Concert Venue The Palms

    The Pearl concert hall, located inside the Palms Casino Resort, was designed by Pfeiffer Partners with KGA Architects. This project features a 2,500-person capacity venue, consisting of a three-tier, crescent-shaped cast-in-place concrete theater, with the main stage 4 ft. from the floor, flanked by two 14ft.-by-16ft. video screens. The farthest seats are less than 120 ft. from center stage for an up-close and personal experience. The Pearl boasts 18 private and semi-private skyboxes with bars, lounges and restrooms, along with state-of-the-art lighting. It also features nine public bars, two VIP lounges, dressing rooms and backstage areas. The Pearl is wired with 60 powerful JBL Vertec loudspeakers, and is connected to an adjacent recording studio that allows artists to create live albums without additional set-up. The 58 ft. tall venue, located right off the Palms’ main floor, was created by incorporating space from the casino’s movie theaters. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and also self performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, and painting.

  • 2006

    Caesar’s Pure Nightclub

    M.J. Dean played a pivotal role in constructing Caesar's Pure Nightclub, a premier nightlife destination that redefined entertainment in Las Vegas. Our expert team meticulously crafted a cutting-edge environment, combining innovative design, state-of-the-art technology, and captivating ambiance. Pure Nightclub was built to provide guests with an unparalleled nightlife experience, featuring top-tier DJs, mesmerizing light shows, and a vibrant atmosphere. This project aimed to elevate Las Vegas' entertainment scene, offering a space where patrons could revel in an electrifying environment while enjoying world-class performances. M.J. Dean's commitment to excellence in construction ensured the successful realization of Pure Nightclub, delivering an unforgettable entertainment venue that continues to captivate guests and set new standards for nightlife in the city.

  • 2006

    Molasky Corporate Office Building

    The Molasky Building, a distinguished commercial landmark located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, stands as a testament to visionary development and urban revitalization. Developed by the Molasky Group of Companies, this Class A office building has been an iconic addition to the city's skyline since its completion. The Molasky Building boasts a striking modern architectural design, characterized by its glass facade and sleek lines. The construction of the Molasky Building aimed to contribute to the vibrant growth of downtown Las Vegas. As a key player in urban redevelopment, the Molasky Group envisioned a commercial hub that would attract businesses, create job opportunities, and revitalize the city center. With its blend of modern design, sustainability, and strategic location, the Molasky Building continues to shape the landscape of Las Vegas, fostering growth and prosperity for the community and the region.

  • 2005

    Mandalay Bay Development Garage Expansion

    Explore our pivotal role in the Mandalay Bay Development Garage Expansion, where our expertise transformed a vision into reality, expanding parking infrastructure to accommodate the growing demands of this bustling Las Vegas destination.

  • 2005

    Wyndham Grand Desert Resort

    The Wyndham Resort consists of one 12-story tower and two 15-story towers. The project has a total of 790 timeshare units with two parking garages each containing 277 stalls. The property boasts three outdoor swimming pools, four outdoor hot tubs, a masseuse, sales center, meeting rooms, health clubs, bars, a deli/food court, kids club and over 1.2 million sq. ft. The Wyndham was a multiphase project. The first phase broke ground in 2001 with a completion of the third and final phase in September of 2005. Architects for the first two phases were Koi and Springer followed by Gerald B. Koi on the third phase. The property is located at 265 East Harmon Avenue at the heart of Las Vegas’ most renowned casinos and attractions. The exterior of the buildings consist of EIFS and glass with mansard roofs. Construction of the towers took 48,000 cu. yds. of cast-in-place concrete, with a workforce that varied between 200 and 250 craftsmen. M.J. Dean was the general contractor and also self performed all concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, and painting.

  • 2002

    Santa Fe Hotel Casino

    M.J. Dean led the construction of Santa Fe Casino Hotel, a comprehensive project that introduced a new era of hospitality and entertainment in Las Vegas. Our expert team crafted an expansive resort, seamlessly integrating gaming, accommodations, dining, and entertainment under one roof. The Santa Fe Casino Hotel was strategically designed to offer guests a multifaceted experience, catering to both locals and tourists seeking top-tier entertainment and relaxation. With a focus on delivering exceptional hospitality spaces, the project aimed to establish Santa Fe Casino Hotel as a prime destination that captures the essence of Las Vegas' vibrant atmosphere. The successful completion of this project stands as a testament to our commitment to excellence in construction, enhancing the city's diverse and dynamic hospitality offerings.

  • 2001

    Stratosphere Hotel Casino Tower

    M.J. Dean undertook the completion of the top 8 floors of the Stratosphere Hotel Casino Tower, a project focused on providing a comprehensive structural concrete package. Our expert team skillfully crafted the final stages of this iconic tower, seamlessly integrating structural components to bring the vision to fruition. The project aimed to finalize the top floors of the partially finished hotel tower, enhancing the tower's capacity and functionality. With a meticulous approach, the completion of this structural concrete package solidified the tower's integrity and contributed to the tower's distinctive skyline presence. M.J. Dean's commitment to excellence in construction played a pivotal role in completing this monumental project, elevating the Stratosphere Hotel Casino Tower's stature as an iconic landmark in the bustling heart of Las Vegas.

  • 2000

    Disney’s California Adventure

    M.J. Dean played a significant role as the drywall contractor in the construction of Disney's California Adventure, contributing to the creation of immersive and captivating environments within the theme park. Our expert team meticulously installed drywall and architectural finishes, seamlessly integrating them into various attractions, structures, and interiors. The project aimed to transform the landscape into a magical and engaging experience for visitors, capturing the essence of California's iconic landmarks and Disney's beloved stories. M.J. Dean's commitment to quality craftsmanship and attention to detail played a vital role in enhancing the visual and aesthetic aspects of the theme park, ensuring that guests are transported to a world of imagination and wonder.

  • 1999

    Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

    The first Mandalay Bay project consisted of a new 43-story hotel tower, a new 7,000-car, pre-cast parking structure and 374,780 sq. ft. of retail space. Set atop 137 pilings, ranging from 3 to 5 feet in diameter, and up to 100 ft. deep, the tower was built from cast-in-place concrete columns and post-tensioned floors. The project took 75,000 cu. yds. of concrete to complete and is roughly half the size of the Empire State Building. The first tower has 1.3 million sq. ft. overall with 15,000 sq. ft. devoted to a rooftop restaurant and bar, and a 24,000 sq. ft. second floor spa and health club. The project has a total of 3,700 rooms with separate living area and bedrooms. The property boasts a tram station, aquarium, administration facilities, restaurants and a showroom. M.J. Dean was called back to be the general contractor for a new project titled THEhotel, a 43-story all-suite tower, which added an additional 1,117 rooms to the property. This luxurious boutique hotel features rooms that have separate living and bedroom spaces, starting at 750 sq. ft. This project also included the Bathhouse Spa and THEgym, various restaurant spaces, including Mix restaurant and lounge on the top floor, and retail space. THEhotel was completed in 2004. Klai Juba Architects designed both projects. M.J. Dean was the prime subcontractor performing all preconstruction and project management services, and self-performed concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, and painting.

  • 1999

    Four Seasons Las Vegas

    The Four Seasons Las Vegas is a hotel within a hotel, occupying the top five levels of the Mandalay Bay. Designed by Klai Juba Architects, the Four Seasons offers luxurious, non-gaming retreat just steps from world-class gaming, entertainment and nightlife. M.J. Dean took Klai Juba’s vision and made it a reality, completing this boutique hotel, with 424 residential style guest rooms, including 86 suites, in March 1999. Set on the 35th to 39th floors of the Mandalay Bay tower, the Four Seasons is exclusively accessed by express elevators. M.J. Dean was the prime subcontractor performing all preconstruction and project management services, and self-performed concrete work, metal stud framing, drywall, and painting. The exterior of the buildings consist of EIFS and glass skin.