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San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino

This bingo and casino gaming facility, designed for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, offers a simple, comfortable and inviting gaming environment that complements the surrounding area while articulating the tribe’s cultural motifs in various areas throughout the property.  The 3-story projected consisted of 480,000 square foot building area with over 220,000 square feet of gaming area. 

Pala Casino

Owned by the Pala Band of Mission Indians, the Pala Casino is California's first casino to offer all the elements of a real Las Vegas-style facility.  Located in northern San Diego County overlooking Pala Lake and surrounding mountains, the project features a 185,000 square foot gaming facility and a 532,000 square foot parking garage.

Harrah's Rincon Casino

Owned by the Rincon San Luiseno Band of Mission Indians and located in the spectacular Palomar mountains of San Diego County, this much anticipated expansion put the casino resort in a position to be considered one of the premiere destination resorts in the Golden State.  The addition included a 21-story tower that tripled the property’s hotel capacity to 653 rooms.  The hotel features a total

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida this Art Deco themed property is highlighted by a 12-story first-class boutique hotel and a Las Vegas-style casino.   The 210,000 square foot low rise features a variety of restaurants, a night club, fitness center, 10,000 square foot meeting space, an 8,000 square foot grand ballroom and other exciting entertainment venues which complement th

Agua Caliente Hotel & Casino

This upscale casino was built on 6.8 acres for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and would become a prominent feature of downtown Palm Springs, California.  Situated diagonally across from the existing property, a two-story casino structure was designed to represent the Agua Caliente people, with cream-colored exterior stucco walls, blue tiled roof and rounded turrets.  The projected c

Agua Caliente Hotel & Casino Expansion

This upscale Hotel and Casino was built for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.  This project provided a number of design challenges due to its close proximity to the San Andreas seismic fault.  The project consisted of a 16-Story Ultra Luxury Hotel Tower with surrounding Low-Rise Structure including expanded Casino, three restaurants and back-of-house, 28,500 square foot hi-tech confer

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