Designing a casino is a little bit of art and a little bit of science, complicated by changing business conditions and trends in technology. Bob Gdowski, the director of hospitality for JCJ Architecture recognizes that conditions and flourishes in them. JCJ is one of the most noted architectural firms covering the gaming industry with projects that include the Choctaw casinos and resorts in Oklahoma, Resorts World Catskills and New York City, Wild Horse Pass in Arizona, the Seneca casinos in New York state, Plainridge Park in Massachusetts, the Oxford casino in Maine and many more. Gdowski explains what attracted him to casino design in the first place and how it has evolved over the years and continues to evolve. He spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros at the JCJ offices in Las Vegas in May.
Director of Hospitality Design, JCJ Architecture