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Aria Convention Center Expansion

Aria Convention Center Expansion

Aria Convention Center Expansion, Las Vegas, NV

Project Description:

ARIA Resort & Casino has completed the expansion of its convention center, adding 200,000 sq. ft. of space over four floors of the hotel. The new space incorporates features including views, natural light, outdoor areas and non-traditional meeting areas. Highlights include a stunning indoor/open-air verandas with retractable windows and dramatic views of The Park and T-Mobile Arena.

Scope of Work:

For this project, the scope included the Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning as well as IECC Commissioning Services as required for a Clark County TG-92 submittal. Project achieved LEED Gold certification.

Project Snapshot

  • Owner: MGM
  • Project Size:  251,168 sq. ft.
  • Construction Cost:  $130M
  • GC:  Marnell Companies
  • Year of Completion:  2018


  • AHU’s
  • Chilled Water System
  • Heating Water System
  • Ventilation System
  • Terminal Units  
  • Electrical.

Challenges and Successes

  • Issue: TMCx witnessed that the BAS did not identify differential pressure reset parameters. The programming was also missing the inputs from the chilled water valves at AHU’s allowing for the DP reset to function.

         Resolution: The controls contractor states that the SOO programming is existing and will be changed by an energy management company. The controls contractor has programmed the differential pressure reset based on BTUs.

  • Issue: TMCx witnessed that the water flow meter was installed at a “T” fitting, causing inaccurate water flow measurements.

         Resolution: The water  flow meter has been pulled out of the pipe to be relocated, and appears to have a bend in the sensor shaft. A new flow meter has been installed.