Wynn Reaches Out to Local Chambers of Commerce & State Organizations
Wynn Resorts has aligned with 12 Chambers of Commerce and several diverse business advocacy groups to identify qualified Massachusetts minority-, women-, and veteran-owned consulting firms and contractors to work on the upcoming infrastructure design and construction of the $1.7 billion, five-star Wynn Resort in Everett.
With several significant requests for proposals and bids soon to be issued for off-site roadway improvements, environmental cleanup and site preparation, Wynn helped to identify qualified contractors in collaboration with Chambers of Commerce in Greater Boston, Everett, Malden, Medford, Chelsea, Charlestown, North End, Somerville, Cambridge, Lynn, Melrose and East Boston. Wynn also teamed with the State Supplier Diversity Office, Massachusetts Minority Contractors Association, Center for Women and Enterprise, Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Office and the Hispanic American Institute to promote minority, women, and veteran business participation.
“More than just taking down names of interested companies, the Wynn team spoke with more than 30 representatives from 20 different businesses to provide a detailed project overview and scope of work,” said Robert DeSalvio, President of Wynn Everett. “Just as they learned about Wynn, we also learned more about each business and their qualifications. Overall, we’re pleased with the outcome and will continue our commitment to include diverse businesses in all phases of construction and operations at Wynn Everett.”
Orient Heights Neighborhood Council agenda
July 20, 2015
Meeting Location: YMCA, 59 Ashley Street –
6:30pm – 6:50pm Station 7 – Community Update
6:55pm – 7:20pm Richard Lynds, Esq.
806 Saratoga St. (Vote)
16 Boardman St. (Updated presentation)
7:25pm – 7:50 Jeff Drago, Esq.
227 Gladstone street (vote). Proposal to construct two townhouses with parking. 1016 Bennington Street (informational only). Proposal to construct 9 residential condominiums above restaurant and convenience store.
7:55pm – 8:30pm Bob D’Amico, BTD
Discuss Teragram St. one-way and Annavoy St. traffic concerns
New Business/Closing Remarks – Joseph Ruggiero
Note: Agenda is subject to change. Meeting will start promptly at 6:30pm.
NEXT MEETING Monday, September 21
(NO AUGUST MEETING)
Senior Summer Pizza Party
Senator Anthony Petruccelli, Representative Adrian Madaro, and Councilor Sal LaMattina invite you to their Senior Summer Pizza Party on Tuesday, July 21st. The event is from 12-2pm at Piers Park (Marginal St., East Boston). Enjoy a gorgeous summer day at the park with friends, food and fun!
Ribbon-cutting with Mayor Walsh
Where: El Paisa Restaurant Orient Heights, 1012 Bennington St, East Boston, MA 02128, (617) 569-5267
When: Saturday, July 18th 12:30pm