Palomar Modular Buildings Completes Construction On Palace West Casino

Palomar Modular Buildings recently completed construction of a 14 module casino project for the Isleta Resort & Casino’s sister location, the Palace West Casino.

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Palace West Casino Palomar Modular Buildings

DeSoto, TX (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

Palomar Modular Buildings recently completed construction of a 14 module casino project for the Isleta Resort & Casino’s sister location, the Palace West Casino. The new 12,500 square foot Palace West Casino project, located in Isleta Pueblo just south of Albuquerque, is a huge improvement over the previous 2,500 square foot facility. The new Palace West Casino expands from 80 slot machines to over 250 slots, with the addition of a full-service kitchen and restaurant/deli.

The 68’ x 182’ building is composed of 14 seamless modules manufactured in the company’s DeSoto, Texas manufacturing facility. Module construction started last Thanksgiving and was completed in mid-January 2014. Once the modules arrived on site it took 4 days to crane set the modules in place. In total, module construction took 7 weeks, and from setting the modules on site to opening the facility took 12 weeks.

The architect on the project was Albuquerque’s Gregory T Hicks & Associates PC, and the general contractor for the project was Albuquerque-based AIC General Contractor.


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