Casino designers at JCJ Architecture have years of experience working with commercial and tribal gaming operators in creating resort properties that support customer interaction in multiple public areas.
Today, with social spacing in a COVID-19 world the new operating procedure, Bob Gdowski, JCJ’s principal director of hospitality design, said the Connecticut-based company is conducting different discussions with its clients.
“We’re having a tremendous amount of dialogue because everyone’s property is unique,” Gdowski said. “How to get properties back to the market where customers feel comfortable and safe is the starting point. To make guests and staff feel safe requires a two-pronged approach including both scientifically-proven measures as well as those that provide psychological comfort.”