Kaiser Electric, Fenton, Mo., and Granite City, Ill., recently completed electrical installation for the audio-visual, lighting and sound system in the Casino Queen’s new $2.15-million sports bar and entertainment venue “Sevens.”
The 6,250-sq-ft bar houses display cases of historic memorabilia from the St. Louis Cardinals Museum Collection and features 16 high-definition flat screen televisions and a retractable projection screen that can be viewed from all angles.
Kaiser Electric crews had just 90 days to complete the project. Kaiser’s work included wiring the 360-sq-ft stage, dance floor and house lighting; providing power distribution for the 16 flat-screen televisions and the bar equipment; and wiring a theatrical dimming panel to illuminate a series of translucent fabric clouds suspended from the main area’s ceiling. The clouds are back lit with DMX-controlled LED lights which use a blend of lighting to create different colors and effects.
KAI Design & Build was the project’s architect/interior design firm. Legacy Building Group of St. Louis was general contractor.