Thursday February 20, 2020

The cost of staying on trend

The hospitality industry is always under pressure to refit and refurb to keep up with current trends. But the costs don’t have to be exorbitant

31st May, 2015
The garden at House, Leeson Street, Dublin 2, designed by Graham O'Donnell

While we can take our client’s brief and materialise their vision, managing expectations vis-à-vis the budget, is often the most difficult of tasks.

Post recession, there is still a fear of borrowing for re-investment and capital expenditure on projects, and even if hotel, bar and restaurant owners are in a financial position to borrow, will any financial institution be willing to lend?

Investment in the hospitality and retail sector is essential,...

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