Tejon Indian Tribe announced their design and construction firms. He began work on his proposed $600 million casino 768 near Highway. , just south of the California City of Bakersfield.
In a news release this Monday, the tribe announced that Los Angeles-based company The PENTA Building Group will serve as the general contractor and has hired Las Vegas-based Klai Juba Wald. as primary architect
Friedmutter Group Architecture & Interior Design Studioswas also established in Las Vegas. He was chosen as a design architect and interior designer. All three companies have significant experience in designing and building casino and accommodation facilities.
The Tejon Indian Tribe achieved federal recognition in 2012. Since then, the Florida-based gaming and hospitality giant owned by Seminole Hard Rock International wants to build a hotel and casino facility in partnership with Florida Tribe.
In January, the tribe received long-sought federal approval for the site where it plans to develop the complex. The US Department of the Interior in this place allowed to play. The fate of the project rests with California Governor Gavin Newsom, who had to agree with 22 decisions in a period of time. -monthly period from the date of first publication.
If the Department of the Interior complies with this decision, 400 -one acre of land will benefit the Tejon Indian Tribe. Tribal casino complex
plans to build on it. acres of land.
Unionized Construction Workers Who Will Do the Least Part of the Project
He did not name all of the companies that would assist in the construction of the property while he was tribal, with at least some of the work in the press release. by union workers suggested that it would. the host is from Kern County.
If the government agrees with the Newsom federal government's decision, construction is expected to begin within a year and last 11 months on an interim basis.
The Tejon tribe and Hard Rock plan to build a hotel and casino facility. ,500-square-foot playground and an 11-306-room multi-storey hotel. The complex will also include a spa and fitness, food and beverage facilities, a concert hall and “the largest conference and meeting space in Kern County.”
It is also known that live entertainment will also be an important component. new property, just like all Hard Rock branded resorts nationwide.
Besides the main resort, the tribe also assigned an adjacent 500. -acre area for caravan park.
Tribal officials have promised that the mega-plan will have a significant positive impact on Kern County's economy. While construction is expected to create 900 jobs, the resort's Expected to provide more than 2 jobs, people once fully operational.
Source: Tejon tribe selects firms to guide hotel-casino project, Bakersfield.com, July 12, 20200