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Mandalay Bay Convention Center expansion on track

Announced April 7, expansion of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas is on time, adding 350,000 square feet of exhibit space, more carpeted ballroom space and 900 underground parking spaces for a total of more than 2 million square feet. The foundation has been laid and the underground garage, construction footings and columns all have been completed.

Mandalay Bay’s President & COO Chuck Bowling (center), Vice President of Sales Stephanie Glanzer (left) and Vice President of Catering and Convention Services Martie Sparks (right).

Mandalay Bay’s President & COO Chuck Bowling (center), Vice President of Sales Stephanie Glanzer (left) and Vice President of Catering and Convention Services Martie Sparks (right).

The $66 million project is on schedule to welcome its first attendees in August 2015, with the anticipated completion of the entire expansion and renovation in January 2016.

“Construction on our convention center expansion is on track and we look forward to welcoming our first groups in August,” said Stephanie Glanzer, vice president of sales, Mandalay Bay. “The addition of this new space will allow us even more flexibility to accommodate groups of all sizes and strengthen our position as one of the top meeting resorts in the country.”

Construction began in October 2014 and since then 88,000 cubic yards of dirt have been excavated, 29,115 cubic yards of concrete poured and 200 construction jobs created. Forming the framework of the expansion’s Phase I is 335 tons of joists, 650 tons of trusses, 1,600 tons of structural steel and 548 tons of decking.

Rendering of Mandalay Bay Convention Center expansion, to open August 2015.

Rendering of Mandalay Bay Convention Center expansion, to open August 2015.

With the Mandalay Bay Convention Center expansion, Mandalay Bay can accommodate growing tradeshows as well as attract new shows with over 900,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space. The added carpeted space will allow for more corporate groups and associations.

“With business volume increasing, this change provides us with more flexibility to host a wider variety of groups,” Glanzer added. “Whether hosting a small corporate group, midsize association or large tradeshow, each group will have their own dedicated area within our convention center along with a dedicated team to assist in every detail.”

The project represents the continued commitment Mandalay Bay is making to the meetings and convention industry and to Las Vegas, the No. 1 tradeshow destination.

For more information, visit newsroom.mandalaybay.com/mandalay-bay/latest-news

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