Cimarron Casino Renovation
SGS served as the Design-Builder on this Casino addition / renovation project for the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma. The scope of work included adding 27,000 SF of new space to the existing Tribe's Cimarron Casino in Perkins, Oklahoma. The addition and renovations included the following:
Floor Space for 250 New Gaming Machines
8 Table Games
New Player's Club and Security Area
New Cashier and Vault Areas
New Restaurant (Eagles Nest Café)
Full Commercial Kitchen
Renovation of the Existing Food Grill to Make an Upscale Sports Bar
New 36" Raised Flooring System
Additional HVAC & Electrical Systems
Additional Restroom Facilities
Upgrading the Exterior Sewer by Adding a Lift Station and Pumps
Improving the Existing Parking Lot with
Commercial kitchen equipment designed to prepare and serve meals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The scope of work also included purchasing, installing, and commissioning all fixed kitchen equipment, which includes walk-in freezer storage, walk-in refrigerator storage, dry storage, serving stations, beverage serving station, dishwashing equipment, waste disposal equipment (pulpers, grease separators), exhaust hoods with fire suppression systems, multiple food preparation areas, ovens, grills, ranges, fryers, and steamers.
The Casino's design fuses a warm earthy color palette of golden amber, sage green hues, and red accents with culturally significant tribal elements, including the Ioway Tribe patterning. Special interior design features of the Casino include custom pendant lighting designed with a unique feather pattern; premium wall coverings design to showcase the Tribal Motif; custom-designed chandeliers and pendants with an integrated tribal pattern design, and custom-designed carpet tile, which is reminiscent of feathers ties all the design elements together.
Several sustainable features were incorporated into the project, including using high solar reflective materials with a high solar reflective index value; installing efficient plumbing fixtures to assist in water use reduction; and using native plants for landscaping, which eliminated the need for any type of permanent irrigation. SGS maximized the use of regional materials as well as the use of recycled content. SGS also minimized the waste on this project by allowing the Tribe to take as much of the construction waste for their personal use. Therefore, reducing the amount of waste that would have ended up in the local landfill.
Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma