-Welch, MN-

Treasure Island photo


This project involved the design and construction of an expansion for the growing Treasure Island Casino. A new two story office and warehouse addition of 203,333 square feet was built during casino operations. The addition expanded the casino gaming area, added a two story office building and a two story warehouse for casino foods and supplies.

Construction consisted of conventional concrete spread footing foundations with a structural steel frame and composite beam and metal deck on concrete slab on grade. Exterior walls used metal studs with EIFS.


PAI provided the structural investigation to determine feasibility and cost control. PAI prepared structural calculations and plans.  Also, PAI reviewed and edited specifications, provided shop drawing review and inspections during construction.

This project was done on time and under budget.


Construction Cost – $ 22 million

Construction period – Fall 1998 thru  Fall 1999

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