Since 1994, the mission of Bergman Walls & Associates Ltd. has been to provide each client the highest level of individualized service, regardless of project type or size. BWA specializes in entertainment architecture, including resorts, hotels, casinos, conference facilities, restaurants, nightclubs and performance venues. The firm also has extensive experience in mixed-use and high-rise residential projects. Services include architecture, planning, interior design, theming and three-dimensional visualization.
BWA offices are located in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Ho Chi Minh City, Manila and Upper Tumon, Guam, each staffed by a group of highly experienced, talented, energetic and diverse professionals in an atmosphere of innovation and creativity. Every project is headed by a partner-in-charge who commits personal attention to the project from conception through documentation, construction and client move-in.
As in-house architects for Steve Wynn, working on the Mirage and Treasure Island, BWA’s founders created iconic projects that define their genre, including: Paris Casino Resort; Augustus, Octavius and Palace Towers at Caesars Palace; Trump International Hotel & Tower; and the Signature at MGM Grand. Recent projects include the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh; L’Auberge du Lac Hotel & Casino in Lake Charles; and River City in St. Louis. BWA currently is working on the Mojito Point in Lake Charles and the Phu Quoc project in Vietnam.
Entertainment venues include the LAX and PURE nightclubs, Casa Fuente and Rhumbar. Restaurants include Payard Patisserie & Bistro, Guy Savoy, Rao’s, Tacos & Tequila, the Capital Grille and the new Social House at CityCenter.
BWA is proud to have a history of success working with Native American clients on projects including Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and Little Six Casino for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community; Casino Snoqualmie for the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe; Salishan-Mohegan Casino for the Mohegan and Cowlitz Indian Tribes; and Barona Valley Ranch Resort for the Barona Band of Mission Indians. Currently, BWA is working with the Yakama Nation to expand its facilities and add new guest rooms. BWA also has been involved in conceptual design and master planning for various tribes across the country. The company provides opportunities to Native American-owned firms and individuals who complement and strength our team.
International projects span the globe and include work in Vietnam, Greece, Australia and Ghana, West Africa, as well as conceptual studies in the Philippines, Japan, Romania and Peru.
BWA believes that sustainability is fundamental to all design. The company is a member of the United States Green Building Council, has extensive experience with LEED certification and is actively increasing the number of LEED-accredited professionals within the firm.
BWA’s goal is simple: that their projects are remembered for their distinctive architecture, excellent guest experience, operational efficiency and financial success.
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