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tality industry in the United States. The firm provides full architectural services, including master planning, engineering and interior design for destina- tion resorts, gaming floors, atri- ums, hotel rooms, entertainment venues, convention space, multi- use space, retail, restaurants and parking garages. During the past seven years,


The people of Thalden•Boyd•Emery: Barry Thalden, Chief Boyd, Linda Roe, Rich Emery and Brett Ewing


Thalden•Boyd• Emery Architects


In 37 years, Native American firm Thalden· Boyd·Emery Architects has become one of the best-known casino/hotel architects in the country. Hotel & Motel Management Magazine ranks it as the “Top Design” firm in the hospi-


Thalden·Boyd·Emery has been the architects for more than $2 billion in casino projects in the United Stated and Canada, and has been ranked as the one of the largest hospitality design firms in the country.The firm’s extensive back- ground includes more than 400 hotels and more than 120 casinos; it has worked with 62 Native tribes throughout the U.S. and Canada. Tha lden·Boyd·Eme r y


Architects’mission is to improve the lives ofNative Americans through redevelopment of creative and successful casinos and resorts. The firm is contin- uing this mission with its latest project,Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton, Oregon. Groundbreaking for this $45 million hotel and casino expansion project took place on August 25; the anticipated completion is September 2011. The current 99-room hotel will be expanded


by a 10-story 184,000-square-foot addition with 202 new hotel rooms including 18 suites.The new rooms will have a wet bar, larger bathrooms and bedrooms, living areas and floor-to-ceiling win- dows offering spectacular views of the Blue Mountains. Guests also will enjoy a new 3,521- square-foot indoor/outdoor swimming pool building, retail space and a new porte-cochere. The casino will be expanded by 24,000 square feet with 400 slot machines and room for 200 more, bringing the total to 1,200 slots on the floor. A new four-theater Cineplex will offer two large theaters (one with a 3D screen) and two smaller theaters, with luxury seating and a separate entrance. Wildhorse Resort & Casino will create


approximately 75 permanent jobs and 100-plus construction jobs. Thalden·Boyd·Emery Architects brings


together the Native American background and design expertise of Chief Boyd, the creative hotel and casino design expertise of Barry Thalden and the design and production talents of Rich Emery and Brett Ewing. The firm has offices in Las Vegas, St. Louis, Tulsa and Phoenix, and are active associate members of the American Gaming Association and the American Institute of Architects, and associate members of the National Indian Gaming Association.


For more information, please visit www.thalden.com.


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