Massachusetts Gaming Commission

Massachusetts Gaming Commission

Massachusetts Gaming Commission

Casino Application Evaluations and Construction Oversight
 

Project Details

Client

Massachusetts Gaming Commission

Date of Completion

2016

Skills

Schedule Review and Cost Estimating
Studying Traffic and Environmental Impacts
Construction Oversight

 

Project Description

In 2011, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts established the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), a public entity empowered with creating a process for awarding three casino licenses, one slot parlor gaming license, and to oversee their operations. City Point Partners is assisting the MGC by working with two review committees, each headed by a Gaming Commissioner- Building & Site Design, and Mitigation. Our role is to review the information provided by the applicants in each area and then to provide the MGC with a factual analysis. We perform a detailed review of proposed construction schedules, construction oversight, cost estimates, sustainability features and traffic impacts. We have reviewed tens of thousands of pages of data provided in the applications and Environmental Impact Reports. Our analysis informs the Commissioners’ decisions on the license award in each area.

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Northeastern University On-Call Owner’s Project Management Services

Northeastern University On-Call Owner’s Project Management Services

Northeastern University

On-Call Owner’s Project Management Services, Boston, Burlington and Nahant, MA, San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA

Project Details

Client

Northeastern University

Date of Completion

2016

Skills

Owner’s Project Management
On-Site Construction Management
Document Control
Schedule Review

 

Project Description

What began as a short-term on-call assignment to help Northeastern complete a number of small construction projects, many of which were deferred maintenance-related, has grown into a much longer commitment involving larger more complicated projects. City Point Partners’ project managers have helped Northeastern oversee a number of projects including laboratory renovations, campus infrastructure projects and classroom renovations. While much of the work has been based on Northeastern’s Boston campus some projects are located on campuses in Burlington and Nahant, MA as well as at their satellite campuses in San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA.

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Massport Central Baggage Inspection System, Logan Airport Terminal C

Massport Central Baggage Inspection System, Logan Airport Terminal C

Massport

Central Baggage Inspection System, Logan Airport Terminal C

Project Details

Client

Massport

Date of Completion

2015

Skills

On-Site Construction Management
Document Control
Resident Inspection
Office Engineering

 

Project Description

This $100M upgrade project to the baggage screening system at Logan International Airport improved the general efficiency of the system by re-optimizing the baggage screening areas in seven separate locations in the airport. City Point Partners provided construction support services including resident inspection, field/office engineering assistance, managing daily construction reports and work advisories, preparing construction work/logistics plans and coordinating with MEP subcontractors utilizing Building Information Modeling technologies such as BIM 360 Glue.

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Pioneer Valley Transit Authority

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA)

New Bus Operations and Maintenance Facility, Springfield, MA

Project Details

Client

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority

Date of Completion

2018

Skills

Owner’s Project Management
Cost Estimating and Schedule Review
On-Site Construction Management

Project Description

The greater Springfield area is experiencing terrific growth with planned improvements to transportation infrastructure as well as new developments such as the casino being built by MGM. In order to keep pace with the anticipated increase in demand for transit services that these developments will bring, the PVTA has planned for a new facility to improve the efficiency of their bus operations and bus maintenance. City Point Partners was hired to manage the construction of the new, $70M, 280,000 sf facility. The building will be constructed on a vacant 18-acre site in Springfield to better service, maintain and store the PVTA’s fixed-route buses.  The construction was procured under Ch.149A, CM@Risk.

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MassDOT Central Research and Materials Laboratory, Hopkinton, MA

MassDOT Central Research and Materials Laboratory, Hopkinton, MA

MassDOT

Central Research and Materials Laboratory, Hopkinton, MA

Project Details

Client

Massachusetts Department of Transportation

Date of Completion

2016

Skills

Owner’s Project Management
Cost Estimating and Schedule Review
On-Site Construction Management

 

Project Description

MassDOT’s original materials testing laboratory was located in South Boston. The facility served MassDOT well over time but it became apparent that in order to keep pace with the research and planning needs of MassDOT, that significant building upgrades needed to take place. Rather than renovate the South Boston location, it was determined that centrally locating a new laboratory in Hopkinton would better serve the Commonwealth. City Point Partners was brought on to manage the construction of the new 2-story, 49,000 sf laboratory. The project is seeking LEED Silver Certification and constructed using the CM@Risk delivery method.

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