Hospitality Construction
PHILOSOPHY WEAVERCOOKE sometimes says that we build buildings people sleep in, but in the case of hotels, we are building much more than that. From event spaces and restaurants to rooftop bars, parking, and retail, we build meaningful spaces that are a destination in and of themselves. The amenities these buildings provide also benefit the community that they are a part of and fit with the culture of the surrounding spaces. Most of our hotels do not have a major flag, but are unique buildings designed by developers who focus on high-end quality, and build projects that fit with their communities. When we do build under existing flags, they are hotels like The Cambria or The Indigo: high-end hotels that build their brands to reflect the destination.
OUR EXPERIENCE No two WEAVERCOOKE hotels are alike, and each one is an exciting story with its own unique challenges and successes. Cambria Suites in downtown Asheville involved considerable coordination with the city to build a thirteen-story hotel in the middle of a bustling downtown. The Proximity required innovative techniques and creative solutions to create the world’s first LEED Platinum hotel while still providing a luxury experience to guests. Both The Durham Hotel and The Bristol Hotel were built from existing historical structures, but were wildly different projects. In Durham, we adapted a bank from the 1970’s into a retro-themed seven-story hotel in the middle of a busy downtown. The Bristol Hotel involved the adaptive re-use of a disused office building into the hotel it was originally intended to be when it was first constructed in 1925.
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WEAVERCOOKE Construction has experience with hospitality construction WEAVERCOOKE Construction The Durham Hotel
The Durham The Durham Hotel provides 53 rooms, including penthouse suites with private patios. The renovation pays tribute to the building’s history with midcentury design and décor to match the building’s distinctive exterior. Amenities available to guests include a restaurant, café, rooftop bar with indoor and patio seating, fitness center, and conference rooms. The layout for the rooftop bar, The Rooftop at the Durham, is over 3,000 sf and includes an indoor bar, covered and open-air seating, and a panoramic view of downtown Durham. This 7-story, 42,272 square foot renovation was completed in the middle of Durham’s active downtown area and has been featured in the New York Times.
Hotel Indigo, Asheville
Hotel Indigo - Asheville Hotel Indigo is a 13 story, steel-framed structure with brick, EIFS, metal panel and glass curtain wall exterior. The first nine stories contain 100 rooms in a full-service hotel. The top four floors contain 12 high-end suites with spectacular mountain views. A two-level precast concrete parking deck with 103 spaces is connected to the hotel. Amenities include a cafe, lounge with bar, fitness studio, renewal studio and meeting rooms.
Proximity Hotel
Proximity Hotel The Proximity is a 112,898 square foot, 8-story luxury hotel with 147 rooms, including 10 suites. Features include two large meeting rooms totaling 4,000 square feet, wireless high speed internet, fitness room and an outdoor pool. The hotel is designed to resemble a 1920’s textile mill. The restaurant encompasses 15,000 square feet and features outdoor dining adjacent to a three-acre natural area. The project was constructed following LEED guidelines and was the first hotel in the United States to achieve LEED Platinum Certification.
The Bristol Hotel Cambria Suites
The Bristol Hotel Click here to learn more about this adaptive reuse of a historical office building from 1925 into an award-winning boutique hotel.
Cambria Suites Click here to learn more about this thirteen-story boutique hotel completed in Asheville with rooftop bar and parking deck.
PHILOSOPHY WEAVERCOOKE sometimes says that we build buildings people sleep in, but in the case of hotels, we are building much more than that. From event spaces and restaurants to rooftop bars, parking, and retail, we build meaningful spaces that are a destination in and of themselves. The amenities these buildings provide also benefit the community that they are a part of and fit with the culture of the surrounding spaces. Most of our hotels do not have a major flag, but are unique buildings designed by developers who focus on high-end quality, and build projects that fit with their communities. When we do build under existing flags, they are hotels like The Cambria or The Indigo: high-end hotels that build their brands to reflect the destination.
OUR EXPERIENCE No two WEAVERCOOKE hotels are alike, and each one is an exciting story with its own unique challenges and successes. Cambria Suites in downtown Asheville involved considerable coordination with the city to build a thirteen-story hotel in the middle of a bustling downtown. The Proximity required innovative techniques and creative solutions to create the world’s first LEED Platinum hotel while still providing a luxury experience to guests. Both The Durham Hotel and The Bristol Hotel were built from existing historical structures, but were wildly different projects. In Durham, we adapted a bank from the 1970’s into a retro-themed seven- story hotel in the middle of a busy downtown. The Bristol Hotel involved the adaptive re-use of a disused office building into the hotel it was originally intended to be when it was first constructed in 1925.
Our hospitality construction numbers Our hospitality construction experience The Durham Hotel Indigo, Asheville
Hotel Indigo - Asheville Hotel Indigo is a 13 story, steel-framed structure with brick, EIFS, metal panel and glass curtain wall exterior. The first nine stories contain 100 rooms in a full-service hotel. The top four floors contain 12 high-end suites with spectacular mountain views. A two-level precast concrete parking deck with 103 spaces is connected to the hotel. Amenities include a cafe, lounge with bar, fitness studio, renewal studio and meeting rooms.
Proximity Hotel
Proximity Hotel The Proximity is a 112,898 square foot, 8-story luxury hotel with 147 rooms, including 10 suites. Features include two large meeting rooms totaling 4,000 square feet, wireless high speed internet, fitness room and an outdoor pool. The hotel is designed to resemble a 1920’s textile mill. The restaurant encompasses 15,000 square feet and features outdoor dining adjacent to a three-acre natural area. The project was constructed following LEED guidelines and was the first hotel in the United States to achieve LEED Platinum Certification.
The Bristol Hotel Cambria Suites
The Bristol Hotel Click here to learn more about this adaptive reuse of a historical office building from 1925 into an award- winning boutique hotel.
Cambria Suites Click here to learn more about this thirteen-story boutique hotel completed in Asheville with rooftop bar and parking deck.
The Durham The Durham Hotel provides 53 rooms, including penthouse suites with private patios. The renovation pays tribute to the building’s history with midcentury design and décor to match the building’s distinctive exterior. Amenities available to guests include a restaurant, café, rooftop bar with indoor and patio seating, fitness center, and conference rooms. The layout for the rooftop bar, The Rooftop at the Durham, is over 3,000 sf and includes an indoor bar, covered and open-air seating, and a panoramic view of downtown Durham. This 7-story, 42,272 square foot renovation was completed in the middle of Durham’s active downtown area and has been featured in the New York Times.
Hospitality Construction
HOSPITALITY Boutique hotels that reflect their communities
WEAVERCOOKE Construction