Online Exclusive- Suite 36, New York

Online Exclusive- Suite 36, New York

Dec 3, 2013 

By Erinn Waldo – See more at: http://www.hospitalitydesign.com/hospitalitydesign/projects/Online-Exclusive-Su-9724.shtml#sthash.zJiOmoqk.dpuf

“This is not your average sports bar,” says designer Dave Casey of restaurant and lounge Suite 36. Geared towards sports fans with refined taste, the New York spot opens in the Garment District with a new twist on the neighborhood bar.

Surrounding a 50-foot long bar, raised suites offer individual settings across the two floors. “I wanted to create a high-end environment for sports ...

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Congrats Chad on 4 Years with Precision Services!

Chad has done an awesome job! Thank you for the 4 Years! We look forward to having you with more years to come. Happy “Work” Anniversary, Chad!

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Chad Price
– VP Project Operations

Chad Price is an expert in estimating, project tracking, and planning. As an entrepreneur for many years, he gained experience in budgeting and financial planning which has proven to be an asset in project managing major projects.

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Courtyard Cadillac Miami Beach Oceanfront Debuts LEED-Certified Tower

MIAMI BEACH, FL—Following the completion of a $25-million restoration, the Courtyard Cadillac Miami Beach Oceanfront’s new LEED-certified 93-guestroom oceanfront tower will be completed in December 2013.

The hotel will now offer a total of 356 guestrooms, including 19 suites, as well as a new oceanfront saltwater pool, a gym, updated lobby, indoor/outdoor meeting space, the renovated Carrabba’s Surfside Tiki Bar and new poolside cabanas.

The lobby features a new 32-ft. lobby bar, Lounge DeVille, while the main pool area has been completely ...

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Wyndham Worldwide Reduces Carbon Footprint

Wyndham Worldwide Reduces Carbon Footprint

Sep 20, 2013 – See more at: http://www.hospitalitydesign.com/hospitalitydesign/design-news/Wyndham-Worldwide-Re-9316.shtml#sthash.N1E5v1Ng.dpuf

Wyndham Worldwide has reduced its carbon emissions by 12 percent per square foot versus its carbon footprint in 2011, according to its recently released sustainability report. This accomplishment is part of the company’s goal to reduce its carbon emissions by 16 percent by 2016 and by 20 percent by 2020.

“Advancing sustainability best practices remains among our top priorities not only because it’s good for the environment but because it’s also ...

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The Holiday Inn Grows in Brooklyn

The Holiday Inn Grows in Brooklyn
Where: 300 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY
October 21, 2013 at 11:33 AM | by KarenLouise

InterContinental Hotels Group have just announced they are continuing their expansion into downtown Brooklyn, with the development of a new Holiday Inn at Nevins Street Station, just a few minutes walk from the recently (officially) open, Hotel Indigo Brooklyn, and close to the Barclay’s Center and Brooklyn Academy of Music.

The hotel, owned by K.K. Mehta and his son Sanjeev Mehta, ...

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PSI proudly welcomes G6 Hospitality

PSI proudly welcomes…

Winston Churchill said, “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”  PSI is committed to helping its clients make meaningful changes designed to reach their target market with excellence.  G6 Hospitality (link to G6 website) is striving to become the universal leader in economy lodging and PSI is excited to partner with them to help make their mission a reality.

As a solution-based company, PSI will guide a results-oriented process that will bring sweeping changes ...

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The latest from hospitalitydesign.com (Elena Restaurant)

Online Exclusive – Elena Restaurant, Buenos Aires

Oct 14, 2013

An historic Argentinian romance once took place at the Four Seasons Buenos Aires, and Elena restaurant recaptures that era. As a gift to his bride Elena Peña Unzué, Félix Saturnino de Álzaga Unzué built La Mansión⎯⎯which now stands at the heart of the resort as an example of 1920s Beaux Arts architecture. Twenty years after these socialites passed away, their story inspired Jennifer Johanson in her design for the hotel’s signature restaurant.

“This ...

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Great Business = Great Clients

Great Business = Great Clients

PSI’s great quality of work has resulted in gaining great quality clients. In our 6 years of business, we have grown tremendously by capturing clients such as Extended Stay America, Hampton Inn, and Fuddruckers. Unlike many of our competitors, we offer a full service operation that allows our customers to deal with one contact. Tell us what you need and we can make it happen with the security of knowing that the finished product will ...

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Warming Up – Precision Services Toolbox Topic for W/E 4.07.2012

Warming Up

Introduction: “Construction is an athletic event” The importance of being warmed up prior to starting construction work (or any work involving heavy lifting) is just like getting ready for a sporting event. Stretching is a means to avoid the most common body sprain/strain injuries. Stretching before lifting is especially helpful to avoid back injuries. According to safety experts, over half of all workers’ compensation claims and costs were due to sprain/strains.

 

Guide for Discussion

Overexertion effects: Backs; Trunks (Waist, Hips); ...

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When you are buying a commercial/industrial building one thing you must consider is the condition of the flat roof.

One of the main disposable components of the building is the flat roof. Also one of the most expensive retrofits of any building is the roof. Depending on the square footage of the building the roof could cost thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, millions and multi millions to replace. This can be a very costly installation upon receiving the deed to the building. Not only are you spending your hard earned money on a new building, but soon ...

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