You’ll sit in the outdoor gathering area and you’ll notice that the stained concrete floor will have a design resembling a Coast Salish spindle whorl. You’ll enjoy some quiet time or, perhaps, a salmon or clambake. Maybe you’ll go on a walk among the tall cedars and firs that share the adjacent forest with 12-foot… Read more »
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In today’s post recession economy, the advent of next generation consumers, the ‘millennial effect’ and increased market competition are heavily influencing the gaming industry’s bottom line. Every budgetary dollar is scrutinized and many gaming operators are looking for economic and marketing advantages, seeking untapped methods for maximizing returns on their design, construction and operational investments…. Read more »
We are so glad that our in-house themed entertainment expert, Kelly DeVine, got to participate in this! Thanks to Union University for hosting!
Check out what HBG Interior Designer Emily Marshall’s favorite new products are in the latest issue of Contract Magazine! Read full issue here.
While Las Vegas is famous for one of the nation’s top gambling and party scenes, you don’t have to travel to Sin City to see some of the world’s best casinos. USA Today put together a list of the 10 best casinos located anywhere but Vegas that are also travel destinations in and of themselves…. Read more »
Gaming Industry Forecast – 2015 The design segment of the gaming industry has steadily recovered post-recession. One of the most notable impacts of the recession has been greater accountability relative to making the right market-based, customer-focused investment and design decisions.
Congratulations to Interior Designer, Jennifer Smith, IIDA. Jennifer’s immense design talent, selfless mentoring skills and all around delightful personality has rightfully earned her the coveted spot as HBG’s 2014 Employee of the Year!
From Casino Design – read full article here In Casino Design’s annual Q&A with expert architects, designers, builders and developers, this year the subject is the reuse of older buildings, and what constitutes a successful renovation. We started with this premise: “It’s quite clear that any particular casino design has a shelf life appropriate to… Read more »
From Casino Design – read full article here The Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo, New York completed its final phase in August, a keystone in revitalizing Buffalo’s Inner Harbor area. Reviving this underused industrial property was a special interest for the Seneca Nation, which has historical ties to this land.