MGM Springfield/Springfield Rescue Mission Relocation
Description: Springfield Rescue Mission was established in 1892 to cater to the hungry, homeless, and disadvantaged individuals of Springfield MA. With over 100 years of service, the Springfield Rescue Mission is one of the oldest humanitarian agencies in Greater Springfield today. In 2015, the MGM completed a new facility for the mission, growing and expanding its goal to aid the underprivileged residents of the Springfield area. Following the construction of the Mission, MGM began its ambitious Springfield casino. The resort and casino cover 14.5 acres and include a pool and spa, outdoor garden, banquet and meeting spaces, gaming, residential, retail and restaurants. The approximately $800 million resort provided roughly 2,000 construction related jobs, and 3,000 permanent direct and thousands of indirect jobs.
Scope of Work: Fenagh’s team of special inspectors and engineers reviewed the plans and specifications for requirements, providing onsite special inspections and laboratory testing for the Rescue Mission. Fenagh worked closely with MGM as they prepare the site for their new casino project in Springfield.