Robinson Rancheria Casino

The Robinson Rancheria Casino in Lacey, Washington was built in 2004. The casino is owned and operated by the Robinson Rancheria Tribe of California.

The casino was designed by the architectural firm of Nelsen Partners. The design of the casino is inspired by the tribe’s culture and heritage. The casino features a number of Native American design elements, including totem poles and murals.

In 2018, the casino underwent a major expansion. The expansion added a new hotel, a convention center, and a number of new restaurants and shops. The expansion cost $200 million.

The Robinson Rancheria Casino is now one of the largest and most successful casinos in the Pacific Northwest. It is a major economic engine for the tribe and for the surrounding community.

Robinson Rancheria Casino

Project details

Project Location: Lacey, WA, USA

Sector: Casino

Discipline/Trade: Architecture

Scope of Work: Scan to BIM

Level of Development (LOD): LOD 350

Approx. Project Area: 42,750 sq. ft. 

Software Used: Revit

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