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Tru Hotel/Cadillac Jacks Casino, Deadwood, SD

 

Tru Hotel/Cadillac Jacks Casino, Deadwood, SD

PROJECT GOALS:

Cadillac Jack’s Gaming Resort is a popular destination in the West River region of South Dakota. The property is in historic Deadwood, centrally located among popular Black Hills attractions like Mount Rushmore, Devils Tower National Monument, Badlands National Park, and Black Hills National Forest.

With business booming, the owners decided to renovate an existing hotel property, expand the casino floor, and add a third hotel. Consolidated renovated the existing hotel into a new DoubleTree by Hilton, renovated and expanded the casino floor, and built a new 108-room Tru by Hilton hotel. A new food court hosts three restaurants, while 60 additional aboveground parking spaces and 130 underground parking spaces were created.

This first-ever Tru by Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton dual-branded hotel provides diverse lodging options to a broader variety of travelers.

Liv Hospitality had previously performed general contracting activities for our new hotels in-house. As our portfolio grew, we needed a building partner that could take over those functions and still meet our high-quality standards.
 
Consolidated’s team is made up of experienced people that understand the nuances of hotel construction, and in just a short time they’ve become like an extension of our staff. They’re committed to keeping our projects on budget and ready to open on time. It’s gratifying to have found a team that shares our company philosophy and goals.
 
Caleb Arcenaux
CEO, Liv Hospitality

For more information, or to receive a quote, contact our Hospitality market leader Gene Schleusner.

KEY FACTS:

  • Complex site sequencing logistics related to parking, access, and safety while the hotel and casino remain open for business
  • Extensive municipal considerations, including re-routing a city street, and creating additional parking accommodations
  • Extremely tight construction site
  • Created alternative paths of egress around the construction for safe access to the hotel
  • Multiple Scopes of Work running concurrently