Try Your Luck at the Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino

Conservation can take many forms in our ever more sustainable world. As a society, we’re much more concerned with recycling and the efficient use of resources than ever before. Here at Construction Protection Systems, we’re proud to do our part by offering a completely reusable system for door protection during construction projects, which dramatically cuts down on the waste created by such building.


Sustainable technologies such as ours haven’t made much headway into the world of construction, but we’re proud to report that we’ve worked successfully as partners in some high-profile building projects around the country.


Recently, we partnered with architects and construction teams on the recent completion of the Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino, a new major tourist attraction in the Arizona city of Chandler. Situated just outside of Phoenix, this luxurious state-of-the-art facility offers 90 rooms, a bevy of outstanding amenities and a beautiful, spacious interior design.


As this hotel description from the official Vee Quiva website shows, this hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites to accommodate large groups or visiting couples. The pictures show modern wall designs and interior lighting that make the rooms very photogenic.


Without door shields to protect the beautiful wooden doors of this hotel, guests would not enjoy the same striking accommodations seen in the Vee Quiva Hotel’s pictures. The reusable 1-2-3 Door Shields produced by Construction Protection Systems provide a great service to the construction of high quality buildings. Our cost-effective solutions are making us a favorite choice for building projects being erected all over the country. Hopefully, we’ll get the chance to serve in a community near you soon.


Construction Protection Systems is a major innovator in the construction business. Our re-usable door shields meet the exacting standards of most contractors and regulations. Contact us today if you have an upcoming construction project deadline and require help to protect your at-risk doors and entranceways.





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