Osage Casinos is planning a renovation of its bar, food and beverage venue at the flagship Tulsa Casino & Hotel and is accepting bids from contractors to work on the project.
The Nation’s seven-casino Gaming Enterprise issued an invitation to bid from qualified contractors “to complete the renovation of the Tulsa Casino Hotel and Resort to accommodate the Bar/ Food and Beverage venue located at 951 W. 36th St. N. Sealed bids will be received until 2 p.m. Central time on March 14, 2023.”
According to the invitation to bid, the Osage Nation is listed as project owner and the project architect listed is Selser-Schaefer Native, LLC, located in Tulsa. The construction project manager listed is Thompson Construction Inc., which also issued the invitation to bid alongside Osage Casinos.
Osage Preference will be applied in award of the contract in compliance with the Osage Nation Competitive Bidding Act. Osage Casinos reserves the right to reject any and all bids, according to the invitation to bid. Any bid received more than 36 hours late, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays shall not be considered and shall be returned unopened. Bids received after the time of bid opening and before the 36-hour time limit may be opened and considered, according to the invitation.
Osage Casinos opened the flagship Tulsa casino property in August 2018 with one hotel tower and started constructing a second hotel tower one year later. The original amenities included a microbrewery, which has since closed and plans are underway to renovate that space.
According to its company website, Thompson Construction Inc., lists various tribally-owned past projects in its online portfolio across Oklahoma, including the Skiatook Osage Casino & Hotel property, which opened in 2013.
Trade contractors who are interested in submitting bids for the project may contact Procurement Officer Stephanie Parker by emailing email@example.com. Questions concerning this publication can be directed to the Procurement Officer.