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Tishman delivers Revel six weeks early

Tishman delivers Revel six weeks early

Revel stands more than 730 feet tall, consists of over 6.3 milliont--sf of space, and is enclosed by 836,762-sf of glass.


By Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor | May 9, 2012
Tishman managed the construction for the project, which includes 1,898 guest roo
Tishman managed the construction for the project, which includes 1,898 guest rooms with ocean views, a 130,000-sf casino, a larg

Tishman Construction Corp. completed Revel, a $2.4-billion beachfront destination, six weeks early. Tishman was contracted to provide construction management services for this 20-acre, 47-story resort--which features nearly 1,000 feet of beach frontage during 2007--and despite a pause in construction, turned over 6.3 million-sf of space in time for the hotel’s preview on April 2, 2012.

Tishman managed the construction for the project, which includes 1,898 guest rooms with ocean views, a 130,000-sf casino, a large performance space with capacity for more than 5,000 fans, a more intimate performance space for 700 people, retail spaces, restaurants, an expansive spa, indoor and outdoor pools, a four-story nightclub, and meeting space. 

Also included is 250,000-sfof back-of-house function space and a 50,000-sf warehouse with full loading dock access, as well as a car parking garage for more than 7,000 vehicles and a central utility plant to service the project.

In total, Revel stands more than 730 feet tall, consists of over 6.3 milliont--sf of space, and is enclosed by 836,762-sf of glass--equivalent to more than 16 football fields. 

Furthermore, Tishman installed more than 5 million pounds of sheet metal and over 7,500 plumbing fixtures. +

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