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Black Oak Casino – Tuolumne, California

Construction Cost: $60M   Size: 164,770sf   Completed: 2005

Phase II of this project is a three-story structure with 164,770 square feet and a construction cost of $60 million. Included in this phase is a bakery, fine dining restaurant, a 300-seat entertainment lounge, Tuolumne Band of Miwuk Indians Tribal gaming offices, administrative offices and back of house services. The upper level contains the children’s entertainment area, a bowling center, a video arcade and a fast food restaurant. Chavez-Grieves Consulting Engineers, Inc. is working with KGA Architects out of Dallas. Phase I includes a 20,000 square foot metal building with a freestanding false facade. It contains 600 slot machines, 6 gaming tables, a central bar and a restaurant. The facade consists of columns made of stone that is indigenous to the area and large abstracted black oak leaves built of metal. After the Phase I metal building was removed, the freestanding wall will remain as signage for the permanent building. Phase II opened 2005.



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