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Design & Planning

Our design development skills range from serving in an advisory capacity to providing design recommendations and advising on operational enhancements. 


Design & Planning Services:

• Working with our clients early in the process to serve as an advisor during design meetings with architects, engineers and contractors

• Directing layouts for public areas, spa, food and beverage outlets and guest service areas (room layouts, size and requirements) together with back-of-house areas pertaining to storage and hospitality functions of the hotel

• Assisting in kitchen design, according Chef's knowledge, to best impact desired output

• Creating the budgets and operating supplies

• Reviewing the construction schedule and providing guidance for operational impacts

• Reviewing and providing recommendations regarding architectural drawings, renderings and material samples including fabrics/floors/wall finishes, window treatments and lighting fixtures

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