Hnedak Bobo Group expands its design team

April 2010--Hnedak Bobo Group (HBG) has hired
architect Kevin Canes, AIA, and interior designer Carol Rexhouse to
complement and enhance the fi rm’s nationally-recognized hospitality
and entertainment design specialization. Both Canes and Rexhouse are
highly experienced and creative professionals who have worked on highprofi
le hospitality and entertainment industry projects domestically and

“HBG is committed to growing our Interior Architecture team to further strengthen our fi rm’s design off erings. We now
have two key positions in place to support this initiative,” states Greg Hnedak, FAIA, HBG Co-Founder. “Given the talent we
possess, HBG has a tremendous opportunity to produce increasingly compelling integrated architecture and interior design and
cohesive and coordinated gaming experiences for our clients’ guests.”

Kevin Canes, AIA, joins HBG as a Senior Associate in the new role of Senior Interior Architect, leading the design eff orts for
many of HBG’s gaming projects. A native of South Africa, Kevin brings three decades of experience in the hospitality and
entertainment design fi eld. He spent the last seven years as a Senior Designer with MGM Mirage Design Group leading master
planning, design and brand refurbishments of projects on the Las Vegas strip, including recent work at New York New York,
Treasure Island, and Bellagio.

Carol Rexhouse is focusing her eff orts at HBG on interior production and documentation of the fi rm’s hospitality/entertainment
projects. Carol’s wealth of interiors experience was built from 18 years at leading hospitality/entertainment design fi rms in Las
Vegas and Connecticut. She spent the last year prior to joining HBG as the Construction Site Supervisor for the 1800-seat Viva
ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil theater at MGM’s CityCenter in Las Vegas.

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