The original Brooklyn Bowl opened in 2009 in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. The building actually used to be an ironworks-foundry building in the late 1800s. Brooklyn Bowl stands out for its eco-friendly practices and even the concert stage is made out of recycled trunk tires. Brooklyn Bowl also conserves energy by using all LED lights. The Brooklyn-based 600-capacity venue hosted big-name music acts, including The Roots, electronic hip-hop DJ RJ-D2, Biz Markie, Guns N’ Roses and Elvis Costello, to name a few. With the Vegas location hosting a 2,000-capacity showroom, you can only imagine how awesome the concert headliners will be.

The LINQ Las Vegas features its’ own Brooklyn Bowl.  Live music, nightlife and gourmet dining fuse together at LINQ’s hottest nighttime destination. Brooklyn Bowl is an offshoot of its popular New York location, which was dubbed as “one of the most incredible places on earth” by Rolling Stone magazine. The LINQ’s 80,000-square-foot Brooklyn Bowl features 32 bowling lanes and a gigantic music venue, plus the famed Blue Ribbon restaurant.

EMI was the mechanical insulator of choice and its mission was to install initial energy efficient insulation to HVAC and ventilation ducts, along with the installation of commercial kitchen grease duct wrap and firestopping systems that will result in enormous energy savings for this 80,000 sq. ft. multi-entertainment venue.  EMI’s systems are designed not just to save energy costs, but to reduce losses to property, and prevent the tragic loss of life should a catastrophic fire occur.  Our systems are ‘In The Middle of Everything’…every wall, every ceiling and every floor.  EMI’s quality is only surpassed by its superlative application of time management that’s designed to contribute to the overall success of major projects such as Brooklyn Bowl, Tilted Kilt, and The Yard House at the LINQ.