Triple Crown founder, Dave Rapp, has officially retired after 25 years of success in the construction and hospitality renovation industry. He began the organization in 1991, and for 27 years he transformed it into a major force in hotel renovations and commercial construction projects. Guided by rock-solid principles and values of quality, fairness, and family, Dave made Triple Crown into a respected name throughout the industry.
In October of this year, to celebrate our second Frederick anniversary, Triple Crown took part in two more events to strengthen our ties with the community: We held a Pumpkin Carving Event with the local ACE Mentor Program chapter and organized a Pedego bike tour throughout downtown Frederick as a team-building exercise.
This October, Triple Crown Construction attended the MHLA Golf Outing at the Whiskey Creek Golf Club in Ijamsville, MD. Together, they raised $5,000 in educational scholarships for Maryland hotel employees seeking career advancement.
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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.
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See how these independent hotels are giving full vacations to their guests and becoming the destination, rather than simply a place to stay!
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The truth about the hospitality industry is simple, and it is all done with flow and ebb. It is as simple as taking notice of the little details both before and after the guest arrives. This makes the difference between a delighted smile or a frustrated sigh when they leave.