DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) — A Baltimore construction company was chosen as the general contractor for Caesars Virginia casino project in Danville.
The project consists of a $500 million resort with a 500 room hotel, a state-of-the-art casino floor, Caesars Sportsbook, World Series of Poker Room, a new restaurant, and entertainment offerings.
Whiting-Turner, who was chosen as the general contractor, has quite a resume. The company has built Horsehoe Baltimore and worked on projects at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, the LINQ Hotel + Experience Las Vegas, and Harvey’s Lake Tahoe.
“Caesars Entertainment is thrilled to be working with Whiting-Turner to build Caesars Virginia,” said Robert Livingston, Senior Vice President of Development for Caesars Entertainment. “We are confident Whiting-Turner, and their proven record of success, will make for an incredible partner to build the world-class resort we’ve promised the City of Danville.”
Caesars Entertainment and Whiting-Turner will be hiring highly-skilled individuals and subcontractors to help build the resort. If you are interested, you can learn more about job opportunities by filling out a form here.