Project: The Linq
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Architect: David M. Schwartz
Applicator: The Raymond Group
The Linq Las Vegas which is the newest dining, shopping and nightlife district framed by the world's tallest observation wheel, had over 20,000 square feet of Thermocromex installed on various buildings including the "Brooklyn Bowl". Chosen not only
for its performance characteristics which includes never having to be re-colored, Thermocromex met the design requirements for duplicating the look of natural stone with scored joints that matched the detailed drawings from the design team. Along with substantial cost savings, Thermocromex reduced construction time by eliminating the need for reinforcing the walls which is required for stone panels. The natural beauty of this high performance limestone plaster is enhanced by the smooth finish and warmth of the custom color that was chosen for Caesar's new "entertainment district".