Built originally in 1919, the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel was Puerto Rico’s first luxury hotel. It’s nearly 100 years of history have seen the likes of Bob Hope, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Charles Lindberg, among others, graces its halls.
In October 2011, it reopened to the public after completion of a $270 million renovation.
WeKanDo construction handled all interior finishes and drywall, including acoustical plaster ceilings, painting, faux finishes, wall coverings and specialty acoustical panels. Project highlights include vaulted GFRG ceilings, foam moldings covered with gypsum finish and lath and plaster work.
For its high-quality work on the hotel, WeKanDo Construction was recipient of a 2013 AWCI Excellence in Construction Quality Award.