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.
CMS comprises many functions that are useful to construction companies, both for their teams and contractors in the field as well as managers and coordinators back in the office.
Hallie Busta wrote a recent article on constructiondive.com titled, “Test Lab for Timber Technology: College Campus Construction.”
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.
Prior to the American Civil War, African American citizens with expertise and skills in building and engineering had no choice but to work as slaves. Over time, they passed their acumen to their next generations, enabling them to pick up architecture as a viable career option.
Striking a balance between form and function is the hallmark of any great hotel. Thanks to the advances in LED lighting, the best in business are able to find that balance.
Whether building a new hotel or renovating an existing one, it takes smart planning and great communication between the entire team, from the developer right down to the individuals working on-site. Here are some tips to control costs during the process.