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Visiting the top performer

Specialist symposium "Green Hotels" in Munich: Learning from practitioners

Ramada Muenchen Messe Restaurant  
Why is this hotel restaurant "green"? The seminar would like to answer
these questions.

 

Munich (May 6, 2016). Sustainable building and sustainable hotel operations are far from being dull issues – because they have to actually be pursued in everyday life. How to go about "green hotels" is demonstrated by the Ramada Hotel & Conference Center Munich Messe. It achieved the desired DGNB platinum certificate. How everything began and fell into place will be illustrated by the makers at the specialist symposium "Green Hotels – Sustainability Certificates for Hotel Real Estate" on June 22, 2016 (in German language). The organisers are the trade publications hotelbau and hospitalityInside.com.

The Ramada, close to the Munich Trade Fair, constructed by the Fondara Immobilien AG in 2014 and operated since by H-Hotels is the absolute top performer with achieved dream rates of 85.4 percent evaluating the property and with a location rating of 86. percent, among all 19 hotels, which had so far been awarded by the German Association for Sustainable Building (DGNB). The double project, consisting of a Ramada and H2 Hotel even almost achieved the maximum score with 93.5, respectively 98.3 percent in the categories "ecological quality" and "economical quality".

If you are interested to know what makes this hotel so unique, please attend the symposium Green Hotels – Sustainability Certificates for Hotel Real Estate" on June 22, 2016. The architect, the auditor, the operator as well as the project developer and owner are available for dialogues.

The event will be concluded by a panel moderated by Maria Puetz-Willems, editor-in-chief of hospitalityInside and Martin Graeber, editor-in-chief of hotelbau.

Participation fees: 240 euros regular, 210 euros subscribers of hotelbau and hospitalityInside, 120 euros students (all prices are subject to 19% VAT).

For programme and registration click here!
(Seminar in German language)

 

SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

Marco Goetz, Goetz Castorph Architekten und Stadtplaner GmbH, Munich (Architect):
"Architecture between adaption and permanence"

Thomas Ruehle, Intep Integrale Planung GmbH (Auditor):
"Comparing sustainability certificates"

Philipp Hlousek, Fondara Immobilien AG (Project developer & Owner):
"Quality of planning processes and implementations – DGNB Platinum"

Andreas Kuhnert, Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. (Supplier):
"Monovalent heating and cooling with green energy in hotels – the VRF R2-heat pump system with heat recovery"

Frank Oettinger, Vice President Operations & Franchise, H-Hotels (Operator):
"Green hotels in practice and their acceptance by guests in daily business"

 

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