Club Regent Casino

Project Journey

Crosier Kilgour has been involved as the structural engineer for the Club Regent facility since the original 4,500 m² building was constructed in 1992. Since that time the facility has had office space additions, a stage addition and a 11,500 m² expansion completed in time for the Pan American Games in 1999.

The steel frame building features many long, clear spans to provide the feeling of wide-open spaces, a requirement of the jungle theme within the building. In addition, a large section of the main floor was left open to facilitate a 60-foot waterfall into the basement. This necessitated special provisions to laterally support the 20-foot-high basement walls.

The 1999 expansion project included modifications to the roof of the original building to support an additional built-up snow load as well as modifications to the main floor to support a new walk-through aquarium.

In 2012, the Casino underwent another major redevelopment. The centrepiece of the casino redevelopment is the state-of-the-art Club Regent Event Centre. This entertainment and conference facility consists of a stage, a full lighting grid, and production and catering components.  It is easily transformed into a variety of seating and floor configurations using innovative spiral lift technology. With the push of a button, the facility is transformed into an appropriate seating and floor arrangement customized for almost any type of entertainment or conference event.

Project Details


Winnipeg, MB


Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries


Number Ten Architectural Group


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