Entertainment - Bowling Alley


CASCO provides 20 years of experience within the entertainment industry. Our team touches a variety of physical environments, offering a unique perspective of playful life experiences and a distinctive vision to provide an enhanced brand identity. Our work demonstrates thoughtful design supported by careful planning and execution. From local and national entrepreneurs to specialized environments, CASCO architecture and engineering teams plan and design environments to support the unique needs of our entertainment clients.

Bowling Alley

Brunswick Zone XL

​Since 2006, CASCO has worked with Brunswick Bowling & Billiards to design family fun centers throughout the U.S. The centers boast an arcade complete with a laser tag arena and 38 lanes of bowling with a reception counter and satellite bar. A restaurant-quality kitchen serves both the arcade and an upscale banquet/conference space with audio visual capabilities.

Overlooking an indoor waterpark

Great Wolf Resorts Water Parks

At the center of the resort, just behind the lobby entrance, windows overlook the main attraction: a 90’ tall indoor water park complex measuring over 100,000 square feet. A 12-level treehouse water fort stands at the park’s entrance with a suspended tipping bucket. The park houses over 13 water-slides, an indoor wave pool, lazy river, recreation pool, hot tub, and zero-depth pool for young children.

Two children using an indoor water park slide
Fox River Resort

Silverleaf Resorts Water Parks

Fox River Resort offers a luxurious water-oriented club lifestyle. The $10 million indoor water park is approximately 19,000 square feet and features a signature bucket dump, aquatic playground feature, lazy river, and multiple indoor/outdoor tube rides and slides. The 10,000 square foot entry building includes a food service area, an arcade filled with the latest electronic adventures, a souvenir gift shop, and large changing rooms.

Entertainment - Regal Cinema

Regal Cinema

CASCO assisted Regal Cinema with enhancing their original design concept during the roll-out of 24 projects in 14 states. These multiplex theaters required integrated design and engineering to accommodate the theater, arcade, and concession stands.

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