Beca has worked with many leading hoteliers and developers in the hotels and resorts market. Our team is committed to delivering developments that meet the needs of both guests and staff.
Operating 24 hours a day, hotels need engineering systems that provide a reliable, comfortable and safe environment and that are easy to maintain and energy efficient.
Increasingly, hotel and leisure developments are geared towards the technologically savvy, well-travelled and environmentally aware consumer. In the luxury markets in particular, hotel guests expect an 'at home' experience that includes the latest in communication technology as well retail and entertainment facilities.
This trend has led to complex, multi-faceted buildings calling for specialised engineering skills and knowledge. Beca has an appreciation of the needs of hoteliers and developers; working closely with them to achieve effective solutions that balance the needs of both, while striving to optimise guest satisfaction and meet construction and operational budgets.
At Beca we understand that designs must be tailored to meet local construction techniques. We have developed a design methodology for the hotel sector that has been adopted by many of our clients as a benchmark for decision making and communication. This process aims at clear, 'no surprises' design and construction.
Our extensive range of engineering disciplines has been applied to hotel and leisure projects in New Zealand, the Pacific, South East Asia and China, from small boutique establishments, to expansive resorts and high-rise inner city business hotels in mixed-use complexes.
Major hoteliers we have worked with include Ritz-Carlton, Sheraton, Hilton, Marriott, Kempinski, Conrad, Park Lane, Intercontinental and SKYCITY. Through our extensive track record of over 50 hotel dvelopments, we have prepared designs for numerous hotel developers.
The Beca team is committed to providing designs that aim to future proof the building systems while incorporating ESD principles such as energy reclamation, solar capture and passive cooling where possible.