KCM Group, Inc., project manager for the Sycuan Casino in El Cajon, California, has completed the first phase of a massive 200,000-square-foot renovation. The first of two phases includes the addition of three new, smoke-free locations: San Diego-area’s largest poker room, an Off Track Betting room and an entire gaming wing for slots and video poker machines and table games. Additionally, Paipa’s Buffet restaurant was relocated and transformed with a new kitchen and food stations.
Construction of phase one of the project kicked off in November 2010 and San Diego-based KCM Group is currently managing its second and final phase. Sycuan Casino is operated by the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation and has remained open to guests throughout the development of this new project.
The second phase, with completion expected in late-August 2011, features a new grand entrance to the casino featuring specialty lighting designed to create the illusion of water, as well as renovation of several areas including the bingo hall, reconstruction of casino restrooms, a new video and promotions stage, a grand stairway linking the lower-level casino to the new table games area, as well as the debut of the GameDay Sports Bar & Grill and the unveiling of makeovers for the Sunset Deli and Bingo Snack Bar.
Located in El Cajon, California, Sycuan Resort & Casino offers first class accommodations, 54 holes of award winning gold course, tennis facility and spa services, and a fully-enclosed non-smoking room, complete with its own separate East Entrance, and complete with over 500 slots, table games, poker, cashier’s cage, gift shop and restrooms, all in a smoke free environment.