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Slideshow: Ground broken for new Tudor Bingo Center

This rendering shows plans for the new Tudor Bingo Center in Anchorage. The 19,000 sq. ft. building will feature a central entrance canopy, modern exterior and interior design and a 15-foot-high ceiling, creating an inviting atmosphere ideal for efficiency and an entertaining gaming experience. (Rendering by kpb architects)
Courtesy kpb architects
Project team members officially break ground for the new Tudor Bingo Center Tuesday, Aug. 20 at the project site in Anchorage. Construction on the new facility will start later this month and is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2014. Pictured from right: John and Sandra Powers of Tudor Bingo; Charles Sassara and David Hoffman of Sitnasuak Native Corp.; Mark Pfeffer of Pfeffer Development; Chris Anderson of Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority; Dave DeRoberts of Criterion General Inc.; Troy Nesset of kpb architects; Joe Beedle of Northrim Bank; Denece Scott and Rick Tuttle of Tudor Bingo and William Baynard of Northrim Bank.
Karl Augestad
Alaska Dispatch