Building Luck & Gaming
May 18, 2018
For over 15 years, Egan has been making its mark on a few of Minnesota’s most popular casinos – transforming them from simple gambling establishments to full-amenity gaming destinations. Major renovations, expansions, and new construction projects at Grand Casino Mille Lacs, Grand Casino Hinckley, and Mystic Lake have been imprinted by Egan’s multi-trade expertise for its array of scopes.
GRAND CASINO MILLE LACS & HINCKLEY
Enhanced gaming floors, a variety of dining options, upgraded pool, among many other features are bringing a rejuvenated feeling to the Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Grand Casino Hinckley – each of which recently celebrated its 25th year in operation.
GRAND PROVISIONS BUFFET
An entirely remodeled, multifaceted culinary marketplace with six food stations.
Services Provided: Design/Build plumbing and HVAC systems, and mechanical controls.
Casual, 24-hour eatery with sit down service.
Services Provided: Design/Build plumbing, piping, and HVAC systems.
THE GRILLE HOUSE
20,000 square foot bar/restaurant with 45 different tap beers.
Services Provided: Design/Build conduit for tap hook ups, make-up air/exhaust, supply duct, reheat coils and controls, high-efficiency boiler system, gas and water connection for separate kitchen, and mechanical controls.
OTHER RECENT GRAND CASINO PROJECTS:
• Associate Dining Room • High Stakes Room • B3 Burger Bar
• Gaming Floor Improvements • Guest Swimming Pool • Multiple New Dining Options
The longevity of Egan’s work on projects for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) has included scopes of all sizes. From the Little Six Casino to the recently opened Mystic Lake Center, a history of trust and transparency has created a successful momentum that have guided these projects to commission.
MYSTIC LAKE CENTER
Nine-story hotel and conference center attached to the casino. Highlights include a 70,000 square foot event center and 180 hotel rooms.
Services Provided: Installation of plumbing, HVAC, hydronic piping, mechanical equipment and controls, building temperature controls, and VRF HVAC systems hotel guest rooms.
The SMSC recently broke ground for its newest building, Hocokata Ti, a cultural activity site, community gathering space, and public exhibit highlighting the history of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux. It is scheduled to open in 2019.
Egan Teams: Electrical, Mechanical, and InterClad