During the past 45 years, the Native American-owned firm of TBE Architects has become one the best-known casino-hotel Architects in America. Empowered with the tag line “All Hospitality All The Time,” TBE Architects has a depth of experience like no other Native American-owned architecture firm. Its passion in architecture and design has led to working with more than 113 tribes and First Nations, designing more than 200 casino projects and more than 400 hotels.

The firm, with its highly experienced staff of professionals combines the Native American background and architectural expertise of Chief Boyd, chief executive officer and principal, the creative hotel and casino design expertise of Rich Emery, president and design principal, the design acumen of David Nejelski, creative director and principal, plus the management talents of Nick Schoenfeldt, vice president and principal.

Since 1971, TBE Architects has been designing resorts, hotels and casinos for the hospitality and gaming industries. The firm’s approach of creating “Ordinary to Extraordinary” is based on developing unique and exciting visions and bringing them to life. The firm has built a reputation for delivering projects on time and on budget. TBE Architects provides full architectural services including master planning, engineering and interior design.

TBE Architects is an active associate member of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), the California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA), the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) and the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA).

To learn more, visit www.thalden.com or contact Linda J. Roe, vice president, client development at 602-321-6207.

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