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Avoiding mistakes at the planning stage will ensure a properly functioning operation contributing to the success of a business. Architects are not waiters or chefs – most of the time!
Similar considerations ‘to get things right’ must be taken for hotel and visitor attraction planning. The operational functionality is often neglected or completely disregarded when planning projects.
I have seen too many badly functioning hospitality venues. A dis-functional operation will have an adverse impact on the business. Rectifying mistakes at a later stage will be costly.
This must be considered by investors. Checking over plans and general developments by a third party – Hospitality Advice will provide additional assurances that the project is going the right way.
A brief discussion with me about a project can have a significant impact – it may be the decider between success or failure of a business.
Something else you must know and act upon
During a refurbishment and construction projects a client must be aware that the “Construction (Design Management) Regulation 2015” must be adhered to.
Meeting this legal obligation requires detailed coordination with the client’s H&S arrangements. I assist and advise.