Foxwoods Resort Casino Mashantucket, CT

Owner Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Frank Zaino Project Manager 860.312.7912
Size 4,700,000 SF
Cost $1,700,000,000 plus
Completed On-going Consulting
Scope Consultant to Tribe
Services Code, Life Safety, Fire Protection Consulting and Fire Protection Systems Design
CCI Team
  Principal - John McCormick
  Consultant - Steve Wolin
  Mixed-use, multiple high-rise hotel towers, gaming, multiple restaurants and entertainment venues, spa / fitness center, retail “mall”, meeting convention space, pool, and parking structure.


Project highlights include:

•       340,000 SF of gaming in six unique casinos

•       55,000 SF of meeting space

•       25 conference rooms

•       retail

•       35 food / beverage outlets

•       1400-seat Fox Theatre

•       824-room Grand Pequot Tower

•       312-room Great Cedar Hotel

•       280-room Two Trees Inn

•       Grand Salon and Spa

•       Fitness facility

•       indoor pool at each hotel

•       2-story arcade for children

•       parking structure


Since 2002, CCI has provided services to the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation through a consulting services agreement, including code, life safety, fire protection consulting and fire protection systems design services. This includes evaluation, upgrades, and testing for existing fire protection, fire alarm, smoke control, and special hazards systems.

Foxwoods is the largest casino in the world, with 340,000 SF of gaming space in a mixed-use complex that covers 4.7 million SF. The Tribe opened the high- stakes bingo hall in 1986. Today Foxwoods comprises six casinos that offer over 7,000 slot machines and 400 tables for 17 different types of table games. There is a luxurious, high-tech Race Book as well as the world’s largest bingo hall.

Accommodations at the resort total 1,416 guest rooms and suites, including the 824-room Grand Pequot Tower,
312-room Great Cedar Hotel and the 280-room Two Trees Inn.

The complex offers more than 55,000 SF of meeting space.

CCI is providing consultation and third party review on behalf of the Tribe for the current $700 million expansion.