Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Hospitality Facilities articles below.
Take proactive measures to prevent pest infestations before these gain a foothold.
Returning joy to the hotel guest experience can be achieved with a variety of design elements.
Hospitality facilities are busy incorporating COVID-19 protocols to welcome back guests with safety and comfort.
Here are four ways a renewed focus on facility landscaping will benefit operations, revenue, and safety for businesses as shelter-in-place orders lift.
Working with RB/Lysol and Mayo Clinic, starting next month Hilton will elevate hygiene practices from check-in to check-out.
The Insurance Institute For Business & Home Safety offers a set of building guidelines and standards for protecting against extreme weather for increased resilience.
The food services and facilities management company will begin restaurant and catering operations in January 2019.
The new entrance on West 34th Street is the first phase of a redevelopment project expected to be complete by the end of 2019.
More than 1,000 people joined to create a work of art on a Florida beach during the first day of Summer 2018.
A sweeping hotel renovation created the new Studio Allston, where artists and their work are front and center in the design.
The STORE Series offers an efficient and intelligent solution for lighting projects in the retail and hospitality market.
Businesses can maximize the use of outdoor spaces into the fall season by installing radiant heating units.
This ambient scenting services provider has introduced an IoT system that enables facility management to make adjustments in real time.
As purveyors of peace and quiet, lodging facilities might consider this building envelope upgrade to better serve guests.
Solutions that deliver and control power, light, and data are aimed at helping hotel management elevate the form and function of their properties.
At the new Thompson Seattle, interdepartmental communication flows through a custom combination of device, app, and accessory.
Multi-family and hospitality facilities can now complete a simple — yet impactful — upgrade in the bath with the new Annex™ Shower Rail system.
To make energy improvements, a California hotel tapped into PACE financing.
Hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the recently reopened Hyatt Regency New Orleans—revamped and reconfigured—provides a place for both business and pleasure.