Las Vegas – ThaldenlBoydlEmery Architects are known across North America as the leading firm in concept and design for Tribal gaming projects. Now the company is bringing its extensive expertise to the 17th annual NIGA trade show. NIGA takes place April 20-23 at the San Diego Convention Center, and ThaldenlBoydlEmery will be in booth #817.
ThaldenlBoydlEmery has conceived and designed award-winning projects for Tribes across North America, including Chumash Resort in Santa Ynez, Calif.; Ho-Chunk Casino in Baraboo, Wisc.; Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee, Wisc.; and were the architects for Casino Morongo in Banning, Calif.
Barry Thalden, Partner said, „ThaldenlBoydlEmery has worked very hard to earn a reputation as the leaders in our field, and we are very proud of the work we have done. Beyond the work, however, is our commitment to the Tribal gaming industry, which we have supported from the beginning.“
Leading ThaldenlBoydlEmery’s client development is Linda Roe. Roe has more than 30 years of experience in the design and construction industry working with architects, contractors and developers as a business development and client relations executive.
Since 1991, Roe has been actively involved in tribal issues within the gaming industry and has worked with multiple tribes across North America, helping to develop successful building projects. Additionally, she is well-known for her leadership in the National Indian Gaming Associate (NIGA), where she has served as the first non-tribal person to be elected to its Executive Board and has worked tirelessly on issues to help build and preserve tribes‘ economic, social and political voice. Her role in NIGA has also allowed her to lead strong lobbying efforts in Washington.
ThaldenlBoydlEmery is the Native American branch of ThaldenlEmery, one of the nation’s leading architectural firms. With more than 36 years of architecture and design experience, the firm has worked on more than 400 hotels and 100 casinos projects for distinguished companies in the hospitality industry including: Caesars, Commerce Casino, Harrah’s, Holiday Inns Worldwide, Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, Radisson, Park Place Entertainment, Penn National, Players International, and Donald Trump.