At Stelic, we understand the importance that hospitality projects play in creating memorable experiences for guests and are committed to delivering facilities that meet the highest standards of quality, comfort, and functionality. Whether you’re building a new luxury resort, renovating an existing hotel, or developing a mixed-use hospitality complex, our team has a proven track record of delivering hospitality projects of various scales, from boutique properties to large-scale, multi-faceted developments that integrate lodging, dining, entertainment, and retail components.

We Understand Hospitality


Understanding of the intricate network of regulations and standards governing hospitality construction projects, including the International Building Code (IBC), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design, and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Code, ensuring strict compliance and guest safety.


Knowledgeable in hospitality environments that optimize guest experience, operational efficiency, and brand identity, utilizing advanced 3D modeling tools, such as SketchUp and Revit, and immersive visualization technologies to validate spatial relationships, aesthetic appeal, and operational functionality.


Experience navigating the complex permitting and approval processes associated with hospitality projects, including zoning variances, building permits, and coordination with local authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), ensuring timely project delivery and adherence to all regulatory requirements.


Insight in design practices, such as smart room controls, energy-efficient building systems, and green building certification (e.g., LEED, Green Globe).


Experience in a wide range of hospitality facilities, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, conference centers, and mixed-use developments, each adhering to specific operational, brand, and technical requirements, such as the AHLA (American Hotel & Lodging Association) Guidelines and the Marriott International Design Standards.


Develop phased construction plans and temporary facilities that minimize disruption to ongoing hospitality operations, utilizing fast-track construction methods and collaborating closely with hospitality stakeholders to ensure the continuity of critical guest services and revenue-generating functions throughout the construction process.


Understanding of hospitality construction that prioritizes flexibility and adaptability, incorporating modular design principles, multi-functional spaces, and expandable infrastructure to accommodate future changes in guest preferences, market trends, and technological advancements.


Track record of delivering hospitality projects that meet the highest standards of quality, comfort, and performance, with a rigorous quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) process that includes constructability reviews, commissioning, and compliance audits to ensure adherence to all relevant codes, standards, and industry best practices, such as the ASME A17.1 (Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators) and the ASHRAE 62.1 (Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality) standard.


Manage the complex coordination and logistical challenges associated with hospitality construction, utilizing project management tools, such as Oracle Primavera and Procore, and lean construction principles to optimize resource allocation, minimize waste, and ensure the seamless integration of specialized hospitality systems.


Work closely with our hospitality clients to develop customized solutions that align with their unique brand standards, target market segments, and financial objectives, employing feasibility studies, market research, and risk assessment techniques to optimize the long-term performance, profitability, and resilience of each hospitality asset, while ensuring strict adherence to quality, safety, and guest satisfaction standards.