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Facelift includes world first for Burswood Casino

BURSWOOD International Resort Casino is currently undergoing a $4 million refurbishment of its main gaming floor and the installation of special lighting effects with new state-of-the-art technology.

One innovation will include the use of a colour dynamics projector in a chandelier described by the Casino as a ‘world first’.

This will replace conventional lighting, giving the effect of a continually changing spectrum of colour and vibrance.

Casino chief operations officer Ken Gotfried said the refurbishment would create a new look for the casino.

“The new fibre optic lighting we have introduced will be computer controlled for colour, intensity and change, and the main gaming floor will have an even more exciting atmosphere,” Mr Gotfried said.

“The granite floor of the main entrance to the casino will also be renewed with underfloor fibre optic lighting and the entrance ceiling dome will become a starscape featuring a spectacular night view of the southern hemisphere sky.”

The refurbishment also includes the installation of fresh air ventilation in all smoking areas of the main gaming floor and smoke curtains will be fitted to all tables in the International Room to improve levels of comfort for staff and guests.

Burswood Casino has also been granted exemptions to new smoking laws recently introduced to WA, allowing its guests to continue smoking while they gamble.

“We have made a conscious decision to improve air quality and levels of comfort through the casino and further improvements will also be made to the air ventilation system covering the smoking areas of the main gaming floor,” he said.

Other features of the refurbishment include the construction of one large ‘two-up’ ring to replace the existing two rings.

The new-look Burswood Casino is due to be unveiled on April 3.

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