Construction Manager Hired For Resorts World Project
The Resorts World project on the Strip could soon see more movement.
Monday, the company announced it hired a construction manager and last week the Clark County Building Department approved multiple permits and applications for the project.
The Las Vegas Sun reports the company’s president Edward Farrell said work is being done to ready the site for further construction.
The Asian-themed resort is being built by the Genting Group, and if it’s completed would be the first ground-up resort built on the strip since the Great Recession.
Resorts World announced this week it hired W.A. Richardson as construction manager for the site, who was also the general contractor for Mandalay Bay, Monte Carlo, the Linq and the Cromwell.