Even though many construction firms are taking their time to change their ways, others are realizing how new technology could actually help them with cutting down costs.
Successful and responsible companies, especially those in the construction industry, have begun to invest in gamification method of training to enhance the workplace safety of their employees.
From a commercial standpoint, the concept of smart rooms is great for hotels because it results in a superior consumer experience compared to a conventional room.
This month one of New York’s famous buildings celebrated National Skyscraper Day on September 3rd in addition to honoring the anniversary of everyone who was affected that tragic day on 9/11/2001.
Picture-perfect spaces are being used nowadays in the hospitality industry to market hotel brands and sell mix-use designed spaces to both business and leisure travelers.
Hotels are beginning to redesign their lobby and public spaces into modern, work-friendly zones for both their guests and the wider community.
Brand differentiation in the hotel industry is more than just a marketing requirement… it’s essential! To meet that need, a growing trend is to look for old buildings or historic landmarks and revitalize them.
Whether restaurant owners focus on sticking firmly to tradition or emphasize on revamping the trend of tabletops, it is vital to understand that any choice they make will affect their customers’ experience.
Safety is one of the overarching pillars on which Triple Crown Construction is founded. It is critical to the corporate culture, as it is enforced not only on the job sites but in the office environment. Like the field teams, office team members also are expected to go through training. Triple Crown continually provides information to employees about workplace safety and health issues through regular training sessions, team meetings, bulletin board postings, memoranda, and other written communications.