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May 4, 2018

Renovation/Restoration • Washington

Photo by Mike Fitch
Contractors renovated corridors and elevator lobbies in the Tulalip Resort Casino hotel.

Tulalip Resort Casino renovation

Location: Tulalip

Contractor: Alliance Partition Systems

Architect: Ruhl-Parr/Moran Architects

Team: Cemco, Hamilton Drywall Products, L&W Supply, USG Building Systems

This project was a $15 million renovation of 360 guest rooms and suites at the Tulalip Resort Casino.

Alliance Partition Systems did a complete redo of all the rooms, with the existing finishes removed, all-new fixtures and electrical installed, old ceilings taken out, and new soffits and 3-D fur-out partitions and pilasters added for a new, modern look. The corridors and elevator lobbies were also redone to add cove lighting and deep, rich and high-gloss paints.

A unique aspect of the project is that it was done in conjunction with the Tulalip Tribes under a TERO agreement, which utilized local Native American workers in 25 percent of the workforce. In addition, all the old finishes, including countertops, sinks and doors, were salvaged and are being stored in anticipation of construction of a second tower for the property.

The renovation earned the hotel a four-diamond rating from AAA, achieving a goal of the project.

Judge’s comment: “The finishes were nice before, but this renovation took the venue to new heights. Beautiful, contemporary, Native American finishes are the outcome of the high-quality workmanship.“


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