“Having HBG as a partner on this project helped us to ensure that we created a space that is not only sustainable, but also fully functional in addition to complimenting the area in which it was built. We couldn’t be more pleased.” Great article on the new Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in this month’s Indian Gaming!
We were excited to attend the groundbreaking for the Choctaw Grant Casino Resort Expansion, held on August 18. Completion of the project is expected to be in July 2017.
See article in Chicago Tribune
Case studies on Native American casino resort designs
Gaming resort architects strive to integrate important tribal symbols and patterns wherever possible when it comes to designing the latest Native American casino resorts, as these case studies from leading firms show.
HBG’s design for LYFE Kitchen wins a Grand Aurora Award for the “Best Rehabilitation Project” and also takes home the “Best in State” award.
See a list of all the winners here – http://sebcshow.com/auroraawards/
Memphis, TN (July 14, 2016) – The Green Building Initiative has announced Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in Maricopa County, Arizona, as only the second casino in the U.S. to earn Green Globes for New Construction Certification status. Green Globes is a nationally-recognized eco-friendly and sustainable design rating assessment and certification program. (more…)
35,000 feet of new and innovative play.
509 comfortable rooms.
3 new restaurants with farm-to-table eats
975 red-hot slots
And $60 million in upgrades and amenities for a better-than-ever experience. (more…)
From its eclectic arts districts, its nationally acclaimed chef-driven restaurants, its family-friendly activities, and dedicated schools focused on a wide variety of learning needs, the word is out about Memphis, Tennessee. HBG has the inside track, of course. Memphis has been our hometown since our founding in 1979. Take a look at the latest article about Memphis in Travel and Leisure magazine, and check back for our series on ‘What Makes Memphis Great’. We want you to love Memphis as much as we do!
The Seneca Nation of New York will be joined by Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown and leaders of the casino company this afternoon for a ceremonial “topping-off,” as the steel frame of the building reaches its apex, according to The Buffalo News. (more…)