Hotels are no longer static buildings, where guests come to sleep and have breakfast during a business or city trip. More often we see combinations of a short-stay and long-stay. Whether they are hotel buildings with a gym or flex workstations on one or several floors. Or conversely: office towers that are partly given a hotel or restaurant function, or food service facilities. Blurring enables multifunctional redesignation in the hospitality industry. And if you say ‘multifunctional redesignation’, you say Bulsink. Do you have a building project in the hospitality industry? We would be happy to contribute our cross-market building knowledge as well as our market-wide network.
To be able to build faster, better and at lower costs, we use advanced digital tools throughout the building process. From visualisations using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) with which we bring drawings to life, to webcams at the construction site to monitor project progress.