Pennsylvania: Frigid temperatures can’t cool enthusiasm for Hempfield mini casino Renatta Signorini, Trib Live · November 14, 2019 at 3:12 pm The gaming facility being built at Westmoreland Mall might be licensed as a so-called mini casino, but officials said there won’t be anything small about it. “Let us assure you, there is nothing that is second class about this facility,” said Joe Weinberg, managing partner and CEO of resort and gaming entertainment for The Cordish Companies. “This is going to be a world-class regional destination. It will set the standard in this region. … We’re very proud to be developing it here in Westmoreland County.” Weinberg and others from Maryland-based Cordish gathered on a frigid Wednesday morning with local elected officials and others to ceremoniously break ground outside the former Bon-Ton store in Hempfield.