$1 Billion In Bids Issued For Wynn Boston Harbor
“Wynn is absolute in our commitment to keep as much spending as possible close to home during our nearly three-year construction phase, particularly with minority, women and veteran-owned vendors,” said Robert DeSalvio, president of Wynn Boston Harbor. “We particularly want local vendors and workers to step up and play a big role in building Wynn Boston Harbor.”
Companies interested in bidding on work or supplies at Wynn Boston Harbor can obtain more information by emailing email@example.com or calling Emily Earll at 617-517-4584.
The bid solicitation announcement comes less than a week after Wynn Boston Harbor started full construction on the $2.1 billion, 33-acre resort. All Wynn hiring, shoreline remediation and construction-related work was suspended on the resort when Somerville filed its appeal to the DEP in February of this year. Chapter 91 is a state licensing requirement for any development that is on the water and is designed to ensure public access and use of the waterfront.
Wynn Boston Harbor is the largest single-phase construction project in the history of the Commonwealth and will generate 4,000 union jobs and 10 million labor hours.
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