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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.
See article in Indian Gaming Magazine
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.
Excerpt from HBG’s article, ‘A Place to Dine: Food and Beverage Design’ Inside the most celebrated resort food and beverage venues, it is the innovation and creativity of the design—not merely the savory culinary selections—that elevate the dining experience to amazing heights of epicurean delight.
Join HBG Principal Joe Baruffaldi, AIA, and panel as we present: Millennials & the Integrated Resort Monday, March 14, 2016, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Room: 124 AB, Phoenix Convention Center
Each year, Casino Design magazine gathers a group of experts in the field to talk about issues that impact their discipline. For this year’s edition, moderator Julie Brinkerhoff Jacobs, the president and chief financial officer of Lifescapes International, Inc., focuses on the crucial subject of non-gaming amenities.
“For many gaming tribes across the country, a challenge is not trying to figure out what to new-build next (unless market opportunities and demand warrant), but how to aggressively maximize or reinvent every square foot of existing space,” says Dike Bacon, principal for the Memphis-based Hnedak Bobo Group, which has a rich tradition with tribal… Read more »
As we continue to strengthen our commitment to clients in the Western US, HBG is pleased to announce we will be opening an office in Southern California during the first quarter of 2016. The new office will be led by Joe Baruffaldi, AIA, who has joined HBG as Principal and Group Leader. Joe represents an… Read more »
The Seneca Nation was far from the first tribe to enter tribal gaming, but when they decided to take the plunge, they were all in. First, Seneca Niagara became a success near the famous falls. Then a second casino in Allegany, New York followed in that path. Finally, a small casino in Buffalo was more… Read more »