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The PENTA Building Group Announces Completion of Kickapoo Shawnee Casino
Published on Thu, Nov 29, 2012 (10:57 a.m.)LAS VEGAS (November 29, 2012) – The PENTA Building Group recently announced the completion of the Kickapoo Shawnee Casino located at 38900 W. MacArthur Road in Shawnee, Okla.
“We successfully pushed this project through to the finish line,” said Mel Shore, superintendent for The PENTA Building Group. “We had an aggressive 14-week schedule and are proud to have completed it on time and within budget.”
This design-build casino, constructed with WorthGroup Architects, consists of a 12,600-square-foot pre-engineered metal building that will house 300 slot machines, a bar and snack area. The property will also accommodate back-of-house operations and surface parking.
This is the first project PENTA has completed for the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma. A grand opening of the venue took place in November.
About The PENTA Building Group
The PENTA Building Group is a nationally recognized general contractor with offices in Las Vegas, Reno, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Palm Desert and Tulsa. As a general contractor, construction manager and concrete subcontractor, the company partners with every member of the development, design and construction team to
build a variety of projects ranging in size and scope.
The success and experience of PENTA spans a wide variety of market segments, including hospitality/entertainment, gaming, education, healthcare, Native American, retail/tenant improvements, commercial, industrial, public works and parking structures
PENTA is ranked annually among the top 400 national general contracting firms by Engineering News Record and is the recipient of countless project awards.
PENTA is privately held company possessing an impressive financial statement, bonding capacity and a commendable safety record. For more information, visit www.pentabldggroup.com or contact Jennie Bowman at 702-614-1678 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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