TAUNTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Royal Contract Lighting today announced that it has created dramatic and energy-efficient custom lighting fixtures as part of the $6.5 million renovation of the meeting space at Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s Flamingo Las Vegas. With its fresh, bright look and abundance of natural light, the space is the newest renovation of its kind on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip. Each meeting room is named after a different Nevada city and features historic photos from the 1950s, creating a nostalgic feeling within the modern space.
“We were thrilled to have the opportunity to apply our in-house engineering and manufacturing to this first wave of renovation,” said Paul Spacek, president of Royal Contract Lighting. “We worked hard to create stunning custom fixtures that provide modern energy efficiency and functionality, while fulfilling the designers’ vision of modernity meeting nostalgia.”
“The unveiling of our newly remodeled convention center is the first step of renovations at the Flamingo,” said Sherri Pucci, general manager of Flamingo Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel & Casino. “The Flamingo features a rich history as the place where the Strip began, and Caesars Entertainment is committed to ensuring Flamingo Las Vegas continues to serve our guests for years to come.”
Lighting Fixtures Are Glamorous Element of Redesign and Renovation
The redesign includes updated walls, carpet, and lighting fixtures. KME Architects of Las Vegas provided the sleek, contemporary design for the 80,000 square feet of convention space. Hospitality Purchasing Consultants of Colorado engaged Royal Contract Lighting to manufacture custom fixtures crafted of polished nickel, stainless steel, crystal, beveled glass, and sandblasted matte acrylic panels.
Fifty-eight matte silver chandeliers with matte opal glass shades were created for the meeting rooms. “The renovated rooms pay homage to the property’s past, while also giving it a fresh and modern new look,” said Bob Morse, president of hospitality for Caesars Entertainment.
Twenty-one steel and crystal cluster chandeliers, ranging from eight to ten feet in diameter, were created for one of the ballrooms. Twelve polished stainless-steel and faceted clear crystal chandeliers, five feet in diameter, illuminate the prefunction areas and stairwell.
In addition to the oversize fixtures, more than 200 custom sconces were produced for the Flamingo. In keeping with Caesars Entertainment’s CodeGreen initiatives, all lighting was created with LED technology, which is expected to garner a 70 percent energy savings each year.
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More Creation and Renovation to Come
Royal Contract Lighting is currently in the process of manufacturing more than 5,000 floor lamps, table lamps, and flush mounts for the Flamingo’s guest rooms and suites. This is part of a $90 million renovation of 1,270 rooms at Flamingo Las Vegas that is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2018.
The fully renovated rooms will feature unique, contemporary and retro-chic designs. Designed by Forrest Perkins, the rooms were inspired to sparkle like glitter and shine like champagne, with vibrant hues of gold and bright pops of flamingo pink, keeping true to the property’s character and charisma.
About Royal Contract Lighting
Royal Contract Lighting offers sophisticated custom lighting solutions for hotels, casinos, restaurants, boutique retailers, and public facilities worldwide. In-house engineering and manufacturing departments collaborate with architects and interior designers to provide meticulously crafted custom-fabricated lighting that meet exacting budgetary and production requirements. Manufacturing facilities in the United States and China enable Royal Contract Lighting to source the highest-quality raw materials at the best price, shorten manufacturing time, and provide superior service. The global sales team works closely with customers in major U.S. cities and throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.