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Contractor: 
Turner Construction

Architect:
Collins Woerman

Completion Date:
January 2007

 

 

2200 Westlake:

The 2200 Westlake project was completed in January 2007. The project consists of three towers that include 259 condominium units and 160 Pan Pacific  hotel rooms.

 

 

 

Hotel room base and wall trim installation started in February 2006.

This image also shows the sliding doors that allow the bathroom to open up to the guestroom.  As you can see upon completion of our work the room is left in a clean condition ready for the next trade.

The hotel guestroom image to the right shows the sliding doors that open up the bathroom to the guestroom.

Also shown in the bathroom is the vanity cabinet.

 

 

The hotel guestroom installation includes window sills and drapery valances.

 

Our  overall project scope of work includes installation of the complete finish carpentry package.  Including residential and custom casework, wall paneling, standing and running trim, wood and hollow metal doors and finish hardware.

The condominium units installation encompassed installation of the kitchen cabinets  and plywood subtops.  Special subtops were fabricated to accommodate the under mount sinks in the granite slab countertops. 

 

In the condo unit bathrooms we installed vanity cabinets without bases, these have stainless steel legs that were installed to the bottoms of the cabinets before installation.

Plywood subtops completed the vanity and after installation of the mirrors we fabricated and installed the mirror frames.
 

 

 

The Pan Pacific hotel lobby is detailed with zebrawood flush wall paneling.  This work by our extremely skilled carpenters we completed in 3 months.  There are several areas such as the meeting area breakout / prefunction area above which leads to the first floor via the grand stair with it's curved wall panels.

 

The second floor elevator lobby shown at the left is also covered with zebrawood paneling.  The meeting rooms, bathrooms, front desk, bar, and lobby all have similar zebrawood details.