Redevelopment of Atlantic City Casino Property

The Entech Group is thrilled to announce that they have been officially retained by a nationally recognized environmental consulting firm to provide environmental investigation and remediation services for the redevelopment of Atlantic City’s former Trump Taj Mahal casino hotel.

Donald Trump spent $1.2 billion to build the property that opened its doors in 1990 as the largest casino in the world. However, in 2016, the casino closed its doors to the public as part of a wave of Atlantic City casino closures and is currently being redeveloped by Hard Rock International. The new casino, with 2,400 slot machines, will bear no resemblance to the former Taj Mahal according to Hard Rock’s property president, Matt Harkness.

With an anticipated opening for summer 2018, construction on the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City continues to make progress. Investment partners, Jack Morris (CEO and president of Edgewood Properties) and Joe Jingoli (CEO of Joseph Jingoli & Sons) bought the property from business mogul Carl Icahn for $50 million and plan to spend about $500 million renovating it. This is expected to generate over 1,000 construction jobs and 3,000 permanent jobs throughout the property.

The Entech Group is a trusted New Jersey based team of professional engineers, environmental scientists, construction managers, planners, technicians, and project coordinators working to provide clients with “start to finish” innovative solutions. Contact us today to complete your next project efficiently, on budget, and to the highest standards.

The Entech Group, Inc.
Office: 400 Morris Avenue, Suite 265, Denville, NJ 07834
Office: 202 Hamilton Blvd., South Plainfield, NJ 07080
Phone: 800-571-8661