The Winnepeg Club Regent Casino
Club Regent Casino was a project that had many challenges. It would become the largest known indoor waterfall at 51' tall. It offers the visitors a unique experience right across the Casino. There is over 75,000 sqft. of rock and theme work on this project. Along with the waterfall, it offers a Mayan theme to the whole place. Shipwrecks, aquariums, palm trees, temples, and more truly immerse anyone that goes to visit. This entire project utilized P.P.F.R.C. panels and the pneumatically applied P.P.F.R.C. Because of the extremely low temperature and tight deadline of 8 months Rockscapes shipped a large quantity of panels on site so that construction could begin immediately. Once temperatures increased panels were sprayed onsite and installed the very next day.
Concerning Club Regent Casino
“It is my opinion that the quality of Rockscapes artificial rockwork is second to none in terms of authenticity, detailing, and durability.” “...[ROC’s] cooperative nature and reliability have greatly benefited our clients and projects. I would highly recommend Rockscapes for any themed project and look forward to the next opportunity to work with Dan and his crew.”
Dave Lalama, MAA, MRAIC, Partner - Number TEN Architectural Group
This Mayan temple boarders the restaurant and helps hide all the duct works.
Top of the 55' waterfall
middle of the 55' indoor artificial rock waterfall
bottom of the 55' waterfall
Utilizing the lighting the casino is able to alter the look and mood of the waterfall on demand
This shipwreck is the gateway to a tunnel aquarium.
Cave at the bottom of the waterfall
The Amethyst cave bar
Show casing our artists integrating the real amethyst within the faux rock wall
Banyan Tree Bar and Sprinkler system
Banyan Tree Bar