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If you drive north on the Las Vegas Strip, you will pass some of the most recognizable buildings in the world: The MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, Venetian, Palazzo, and Stratosphere hotels. The common connection between these amazing properties is that they were all constructed by Taylor International Corp.
Taylor’s name has been intertwined with that of Southern Nevada for more than half a century. Morry Mason acquired the company in 1940 while acting as the Architectural Engineer for Taylor Construction. Morry began by building some of Miami’s legendary hotels, including the Fontainebleau, Eden Roc, Savoy, Raleigh and Delano. Morry worked with Morris Lapidus in establishing the foundation for the Art Deco design for which South Miami Beach became famous. In 1954, Morry came to Las Vegas to build the Riviera Hotel. Ten years later, he moved Taylor International to Las Vegas and it has been the permanent home of Taylor International and the Mason family ever since.
Stuart Mason (Morry’s son) followed and expanded upon Morry’s tradition. Over a span of 25 years, Stuart built four of the largest and most innovative hotels in the world. Through Taylor International, Stuart constructed the original Caesars Palace, The International (now the LVH), all three of the MGM Grand Hotels and the Venetian/Palazzo Casino Resort. Stuart achieved the unequaled status of having built the largest hotel in the world not once, but four times.
Today, Taylor International is headed by brothers Jim and Bill Mason. Together they are furthering the company’s legacy, which has always been grounded in core values like loyalty, respect, professionalism, integrity and quality workmanship.
Whether it’s the construction of a tenant improvement project, law office, medical/dental facility, restaurant, hotel/casino or the next mega-resort, Taylor International is the right choice to help you build your project. Please contact us any time, and Taylor will be pleased to assist you. We look forward to welcoming you into the Taylor construction legacy