Due to the incomplete building documentation, there were many uncertainties before the project started. Because of this, 2 weeks before the assembly work started, a kick-off meeting was held with all trades in order to prepare everyone involved optimally.
At the beginning, the painter opened the ceilings piece by piece so that work could begin on dismantling the old ventilation system. This was a prerequisite for the smooth installation of the new units. After the new system was installed, the plasterer laid the new ceiling grid and sealed the ceilings. There was a time frame of just 2 weeks for the installation of the new system.
Bouygues Energies & Services encountered new challenges almost every day, which had to be solved "on the spot" in collaboration with the hotel director and the construction site manager, so that work could continue without delay. In order to cope with the additional workload within this tight time frame, more personnel had to be made available at short notice, which was only possible thanks to flexible planning. The fixed deadline was the set opening date of the hotel. As a result, it was imperative that all trades completed their work on time. This required demanding overall coordination and permanent presence of the Bouygues Energies & Services project manager on site.