October is Employee Ownership Month, and this year we’re celebrating it along with Dialectic’s recent recognition as one of Kansas City Business Journal’s Best Places…
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A comfortable space and friendly staff are no longer enough to set a place apart for hotels and event spaces. Online sites and apps have given the customer more control, more information and more options than ever before. Customers are looking for a home base with great online ratings and all the comforts of home.
The evolution of the hospitality industry is driving owners and operators to renovate spaces and design innovative new ones. The challenge is to balance the unique features like the smart rooms and convenient amenities customers want, with the need to build spaces that are functional and cost efficient to operate and maintain.
We have partnered with hospitality clients for over 30 years to provide flexible mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) designs. Our designers collaborate closely with owners, operators and architects to provide creative solutions that deliver on the goals of each project as efficiently and cost effectively as possible.
Sustainable construction and energy usage is becoming more important than ever. More and more customers are looking for green hotels and venues, and even researching sustainability practices before booking. We are leaders in the MEP industry sustainability, including LEED certification, energy modeling and audits, and utility optimization.
Our MEP design experience goes beyond just hotel rooms and includes restaurant and kitchen facilities, banquet halls, convention spaces, swimming pools and parking facilities. Owners need hotels that are functional, easy to operate and maintain, without a high initial investment. Customer’s need a positive experience, and for us that means designing a quality environment.
Kansas City, Missouri – Dialectic Engineering was named one of Kansas City Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work.” The annual workplace survey measures employee engagement,…
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