Last week, the completed Pit River Casino exterior décor components left our manufacturing facility via semi-truck to meet one of our installation teams on site, ready to begin the installation process. As with each project, our production and implementation crews worked together to ensure that every possible detail was taken care of in shop, so the installation would be smooth and efficient. This entire project started out with a request for a pole sign design which then went to the tribal council for approval and then to the local municipality for permitting. On this particular project our permit team had quite the challenge presented to them with the many requirements for the new sign. They were equal to the task and worked with the requirements to gain final approval. The council then asked our design team to come up with some conceptual sketches of what we envisioned for the exterior and interior of their casino. During the design process, our implementation manager performed a site survey to determine the existing conditions and exact dimensions of the facility. We built an accurate digital 3D model of the existing building and digitally applied all of the décor elements, ensuring that they would work with the existing structure. This was presented to the tribal council and was approved for production. Our production team took the 3D schematic drawings we created, and digitally converted them into manufacturing files for our cutting-edge computer controlled fabrication equipment. This close collaboration between design and production creates decor elements that look better than the design and creates vibrant, engaging environments. All of the decor worked within the restrictions of the existing porte cochere, so no structural changes were needed for the Pit River Casino to gain a beautiful exterior upgrade.
Pit River Casino | Current Exterior Design Project | Part 1
Posted on June 7, 2011 by i5 Design