The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa and The Water Club,
Atlantic City, NJ

Bringing Las Vegas east

This megaresort was designed and built in two phases in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The hotel casino complex contains 5.7 million square feet of total space, including two 44-story hotel towers totaling 3,300 rooms and 2.2 million square feet of cast-in-place concrete construction. One of the towers is constructed of cast-in-place/post tensioned flat plate concrete, and the other of a special combined cast-in-place and precast concrete system; both feature glass curtain wall fa├žades. The casino entertainment facility is a 1.22 million square foot, four-story, steel frame structure with 175,000 square feet of casino and over 500,000 square feet of retail, dining and spa facilities. The project also includes an eight-level, 1.53 million square foot parking structure with parking for 5,300 cars.

This project won numerous awards including; the national Post-tensioning Institute Award of Excellence, the American Concrete Institute Cast-in-Place Concrete Frame Grand Prize, the DVASE Grand Prize Buildings over $25 Million, New York Construction News Best of 2003 Awards Project of the Year, the American Concrete Institute Award of Merit, the New Jersey Golden Trowel Awards Best of Interior Projects, and the American Concrete Institute New Jersey Concrete Awards.


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Structural Systems Used

Cast in Place Concrete (Hotel)
Steel Frame (Gaming and Entertainment Facilities)