Potawatomi Carter Casino & Hotel Ribbon Cutting

December 1, 2022

The Potawatomi Carter Casino & Hotel celebrated a ribbon cutting to mark the completion of the interior renovation. The project consisted of renovations and repairs to the existing casino along with room remodels due to water damage. Greenfire served as the CM on the project and the team includes Ron Wiedeman, Senior Project Manager, and Scott Earley, Superintendent. We would also like to recognize Chad Greuel, Superintendent, and Mark McCloskey, Superintendent, for their assistance on this project as well.

The ceremony, which occurred on Veteran’s Day, began with the Color Guard followed by the Fire Nation drum circle. Chairman Ned Daniels, Jr. gave opening remarks addressing the challenges of the water damage to the Casino and how grateful the Tribe is to now be celebrating its resolve. Leigh Redington, General Manager, spoke next regarding the success of the project and thanking all parties involved. Jeb Meier, Greenfire President, closed out the ceremony and he too thanked the project team’s dedication and ability to work collaboratively to resolve the water damage. A ribbon cutting followed celebrating the successful project. Afterwards, attendees had to opportunity to tour the renovated rooms, enjoy a luncheon and try their luck in the casino.

We would like to thank our Owners, the Forest County Potawatomi Community, for selecting Greenfire to serve as the CM on this important project. We would also like to thank the Greenfire project team for their resolve, dedication, and hard work.

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