Entertainment

Built to last and built to get the job done. Henry Carlson offers expert construction services for any entertainment project. Our phasing and scheduling plans ensure patrons and staff safe during all phases of construction. Call us today at 605-336-2410 to learn how we deliver more on every project.

Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 2


Phase two of the renovation of the Royal River Casino. Work includes renovation to the guest services area and an expanded gaming floor and entry […]

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Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 2

Minnehaha Country Club Addition and Renovation


A two-story addition to the existing club that included a banquet space, pre-function space, restrooms and a coat room on the upper level and a fitness center with […]

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Minnehaha Country Club Addition and Renovation

Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 1


Construction of a new administration building and renovation of the Bingo Hall into the VIP bar and gaming area for the Royal River Casino in Flandreau, SD.
Photo credit: Leo […]

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Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 1

Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 3


Phase three of the renovation of the Royal River Casino […]

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Royal River Casino Renovation Phase 3

Sanford Sports Complex Great Shots


A state-of-the-art golf entertainment center is in the works at the Sanford Sports Complex in northwest Sioux Falls. The 54,000-square foot facility will include an […]

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Sanford Sports Complex Great Shots

Great Plains Zoo


The remodel of the Great Plains Zoo was divided into two separate phases. The construction included a new snow monkey exhibit, a remodeled entry and updated museum area. Safety tunnels […]

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Great Plains Zoo
"I have found Terry’s work ethic to be second to no one. He is extremely organized in his time management, courteous, and neat. Gifts that are not often found in others who share his occupation. My staff and myself knew exactly what was going on in each phase and was given ample time to prepare for the next phase."
Jo Tichota-Lee, Sanford Laboratories