The St. Regis New York was originally built in 1904 by one of the wealthiest men in America, John Jacob Astor IV, as the flagship of the Starwood family of hotels and resorts.
Incorporating the latest technology into this historical classic was a challenge for all involved in the renovation.
Demand for a high level of technology integration on a very short construction schedule required tight coordination, perfect execution, and a collaborative effort across all teams involved to solve problems as they arose along the way, no surprise in an aging building.
To accomplish this goal, Mode:Green staged the majority of the project off-site and performed system programming ahead of time to ensure a smooth turn over as the schedule came to a close.
As with any construction project, the schedule slipped but the opening date went unchanged.
Pre-staging this project and providing on-site project management along the way allowed Mode:Green to smoothly incorporate the technology into the building on schedule.
Technology is a complex construction component, and Mode:Green’s deployment strategies are proven to mitigate complications to deliver a turnkey project on time, and on budget.