At least 116 workers at the construction site of the
Montage Big Sky luxury resort in Big Sky, Montana have tested
positive for the coronavirus since July 8, Johnathan Hettinger
reported for Montana Free Press.
- It’s one of the largest outbreaks in Montana, which has
reported 3,676 cases and 54
- Suffolk Construction, the Boston-based contractor for the
project, hired a private lab to conduct more than 800 tests so far,
per the Montana Free Press.
- Some of the workers who tested positive reportedly live in
other Montana counties.
- Six Suffolk employees�tested
positive for the virus back in March, after which
Suffolk said it was taking precautions to keep a six-foot
distance between workers.
- Montage International, with private equity firm CrossHarbor Capital Partners
LLC, started construction of the
Montage Big Sky on a $400 million property in Big Sky in
Plans for the
resort, which is set to open in 2021, include a 150-room hotel,
a bowling alley, two swimming pools, ski lockers, and ski-in and
ski-out access to Big Sky Resort, the second-largest ski resort in
the US by acreage.
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The construction site for a 0 million luxury hotel in Big
Sky, Montana, has led to more than 100 coronavirus cases