Projects - Hospitality

Macau Casino

Macau CasinoBEE is working with an international luxury casino brand on the design and construction of their newest branch in Macau. For this project BEE is working closely with the architects and engineers on identifying and implementation of sustainability strategies and targets for the project. During construction the casino is aiming to minimize it’s environmental impact by diverting construction waste from landfills and sourcing materials from regional or recycled sources. Throughout the design of the project the casino is incorporating high water and energy efficiency strategies to ensure quality and environmentally friendly operations. The casino aims to minimize its environmental impact while upholding its dedication to a luxury experience for its clients. This project is targeting LEEDv2009 Silver.


naked Retreats

naked Stablesnaked Retreats, a Shanghai design-build-operate eco-resort company, hired BEE to work on their newest project, naked Stables. As one of Asia's most sustainable resort destinations, naked Stables is the first LEED Platinum Resort in China. The project is a 5-star eco-resort in Moganshan and serves as a testament that luxury hospitality does not have to sacrifice sustainability. Through smart design and planning, naked Stables operates with 40% energy reductions compared to regular buildings. The resort used local, natural, and non-toxic buildings materials for all its construction.

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In addition to LEED certification naked Stables has made it a priority to develop the social sustainability of their development. For more information on BEE's involvement, see our social sustainability page.


Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts

Shangri-La Hotels and ResortsShangri-La has established luxury properties all over the world while aiming to have reduced environmental footprints and be positive influences on their surroundings. As part of their global approach to sustainability, they have commissioned BEE to make some of their locations as sustainable as possible from a triple-bottom-line point of view, people, planet, & profit. BEE has been taking care of architectural design reviews to maximize passive design features of the property and full energy simulations to identify the energy inefficiencies and optimize savings solutions. BEE is also working with these properties to achieve varying degrees of LEED Certification, ranging from Certified to Gold. LEED has become a major driver in Shangri-La's development and BEE is proud to be helping the brand achieve the recognition it deserves. For more information on BEE's involvement, see our social sustainability page.
 

Below are the current projects we are working on: (click thumbnails to view)


Hefei Shangri-La Hotel


Qufu Shangri-La Hotel


Harbin Shangri-La Hotel
(Phase 2)


Zhoushan Shangri-La Hotel



Bali Shangri-La Hotel


Xiamen Shangri-La Hotel


Zhuhai Shangri-La Hotel


 

Rosedale TKT Kowloon Hotel

Rosedale TKT Kowloon HotelBEE worked with ITC to offer full LEED consulting and energy modeling services for their new Rosedale hotel in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The hotel has reduced their water consumption by more than 40% compared to conventional hotels and includes a green roof system that captures and treats storm water. We are proud to say the 25-story hotel has achieved 64 points on their LEED score card and has received a LEED Gold NC rating.

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Sai Kung Hotel

Sai Kung HotelSai Kung Hotel is a luxury modern resort being built near the Sai Kung Pier in Hong Kong. The resort will include ocean front gardens, wedding spaces, retail plazas. We are happy to announce Sai Kung Hotel is working with BEE throughout design and construction of their resort on following the sustainability guidelines to be LEED v4 Gold and HK BEAM certified and ensure the protection of their local resources and environment.


Sun Valley Golf Resort

Sanya Sun Valley Golf ResortThe Sun Valley Golf Resort in Sanya, Hainan Island is in the process of building a major resort development that will cover close to 200,000 sqm of land and is striving to be LEED for Neighborhood Development (ND) Certified. BEE is working to transform the project into a truly sustainable golfing community that will be recognized all over China as a first of its kind. For this project BEE is performing full architectural and urban planning reviews, energy and thermal simulations, comprehensive water and wastewater strategies, as well has the incorporation of innovative policies that will be geared towards turning the development into a sustainable community for the guests.

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Hotel Development - Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

ITC PropertiesThe BEE team has been recently commissioned to offer turn-key LEED services for an upcoming hotel development in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Proudly working with ITC once again, our team is now helping the project minimize the impacts of construction while undertaking a thorough design review to improve building performance from an architectural point of view. Stay tuned for updates as this exciting project develops!