Steel Casino Building in Lynden, Washington
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was the proud fabricator and supplier of this pre-engineered metal building in Lynden, Washington, in September of 2006.
Nowadays, it functions as Lynden’s Nooksack Northwood Casino, a striking, Nooksack Tribe-owned casino featuring more than 450 slot machines alongside a restaurant, buffet and bar. The prefabricated steel building offers considerable curb appeal, helping draw crowds from the roadway, and it serves as a prime example of just how far steel construction has come through the years, offering unmatched strength and durability as well as an artful, attention-grabbing look and feel.
Casino Facts and Figures
Open and expansive, the steel casino offers a finished size of 151.5’x200.67’x18’ and features a clear-span design, which maximizes space for gaming tables and slots while allowing ample room for the casino’s many eye-catching interior features. Art installations hang from the high ceilings, while stone veneers and other stylistic elements help create an inviting, multi-functional space.
A green steel roof offers protection from above, and the casino also features an 85-mph wind load and a 20-psf snow load in consideration of the weather and climate patterns typical across Lynden and the surrounding Northwestern landscape.
A Durable, Sustainable Multipurpose Property
In addition to housing the Nooksack Casino itself, this multifunctional steel building is also home to Chef’s, a casual dining restaurant, Thirst, which offers drinks and quick bites, and Prime Buffet, which is known for its all-day breakfast and Champagne Sunday Brunch, among other draws.
Steel buildings are ideal for casinos and entertainment venues due to their low maintenance, versatile and cost-effective nature. Additionally, steel building kits offer highly customizable building solutions for today’s commercial buyers. This particular building combines function and fashion, resulting in a secure, climate-controlled environment that welcomes visitors from across Washington and beyond.
A part of metro Bellingham, the city of Lynden falls within northern Washington’s Whatcom County. The community lies about 95 miles north of Seattle and about 15 miles north of Bellingham. Considering purchasing a pre-engineered metal building for commercial or other use in Washington or another part of the United States? Click here for a price quote.