The travel industry is responsible for 5% of the carbon emissions worldwide but hotels can still make a difference by implementing different sustainable initiatives.
Every year, the hospitality industry finds a new way to appeal to guests. The rise of bleisure also promoted extended and longer hotel stays and Triple Crown Construction enumerates the trends that might appeal to this specific market.
As hotels scramble to showcase their properties in an attractive way, personalization through the use of smart technology will become even more essential to retain former customers and attract new ones.
After three months of working from home, in June 2020 New Jersey began allowing non-essential construction projects to continue, and the Courtyard Lincroft Red Bank Hotel renovation project finally took shape.
Various hotel chains all over the world are finding ways to get back on their feet. From building renovations to changing customer experience, here are some of the ways how the hospitality industry is adapting.
Not only do we need to focus on protecting our staff and sub-contractors, we also need to protect hotel staff and guests as we work throughout occupied spaces within those hotel properties.
Innovations are expected to be utilized as the hospitality industry shifts due to Coronavirus. This will help future-proof a hotel business and cater to the change in consumer behavior in the new normal.
Should you consider renovation or new construction? There are three major factors to consider before deciding which route is the better option.
COVID-19 changed how companies manage projects and the construction industry also adapted to this change. In this article, experts from Triple Crown Construction share their thoughts on how the new normal of the construction industry might look like.