Sunward Steel Buildings was the proud manufacturer and supplier of this pre-engineered metal building in New Town, North Dakota, in October of 2000.
Nowadays, it serves as New Town’s 4 Bears Casino & Lodge, a popular destination known for its plentiful opportunities for gaming, fine dining, big-name entertainment and recreation. Situated along the shores of central North Dakota’s scenic, expansive Sakakawea River, 4 Bears Casino employs a large workforce from the surrounding region and offers marina and lake access in addition to onsite lodging.
Casino Facts & Figures
Combining eye-catching aesthetics with considerable functionality, the steel casino and lodge stands 120’x200’ in size and boasts an open, clear-span design characterized by high ceilings and ample head room. Comprised exclusively from top-quality steel components, the prefabricated casino offers both unmatched durability and substantial curb appeal, drawing visitors from the roadside with its colorful exterior and sleek, modern look and feel.
Overhead, protecting the interior of the casino against corrosion and the North Dakota elements, is a rugged steel roof with a 1:12 pitch, while (6) 200 LF 5” downspouts serve as additional features, diverting moisture away from the building’s roof and foundation. A wind load of 80 mph serves as another casino feature added in consideration of local building code requirements and climate characteristics.
North Dakota’s Premier Gaming, Dining & Entertainment Venue
Versatile and engineered to stand tall despite North Dakota’s often-harsh weather and other construction hazards, the 4 Bears Casino & Lodge serves as a prime example of just how far steel construction has come through the years in terms of aesthetic appeal. With close proximity to golf and aquatic opportunities and its own seasonal 4 Bears Waterpark onsite, the steel casino offers a single-source recreational destination that attracts visitors of all ages.
Part of northwestern North Dakota’s Mountrail County, New Town is prone to extreme temperature changes, often experiencing hot, humid summers and long, cold winters. The community sits roughly 40 miles southwest of Palermo and about 75 miles, by car, from Minot.
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