Monday, 25 May 2015

Project Management Consultancy: A Must for the Hospitality Industry

Project Management Consultancy: A Must for the Hospitality Industry


If the experience isn't unforgettable, it isn't a worthy oneA deliberate approach to any business results advantageous. Planning and execution are the two main pillars of success of any Hospitality project. To make a successful venture it is very significant to learn the workability of any project or business over a period of time. So it is advisable to consult experts before making a business move, and this is why most of the companies going for a new project take services from a professional and experienced PMC to get the added advantage.

Hospitality industry has been going along the conventional system of hospitality management also follows the same procedure. This is where Project Management Consultants gets a space in the industry.

Why hiring a PMC is essential for execution of any Hospitality project?
We agree that internet has a wide reach because of which market is becoming competitive. It has become not important but compulsory for the hotels and other hospitality wings to take help from hospitality consulting company before taking off their hotel business. The Project Management consulting professionals create opportunity for the business and help it grow the value of property. This consulting company will delivers you with a relationship on which you can count on for advices associated to the process.

Role of PMC in Hospitality Industry

Analysis Of Market Structure – Before the construction of your Hotel Industry gets started, there are certain important things to be considered. Thorough analysis of Market is one of it.

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Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Basic Check Points to be considered while Excavator inspection

Basic Check Points to be considered while Excavator inspection

1. Is Identification No of Excavator marked?  

2. Any Physical damage in Excavator Bucket and / or Loose Bucket connecting  pin & Bolts

3.Is Excavator Structure boom without damage? (cut, crack)

4.Is Brakes of Excavator working properly? 

5.Any Oil leakage from the Hydraulic Cylinders?  

6.Any Fuel leakage from the Diesel tank?

7.Is Front & Reverse Horns in working condition? 

8.Is Roller-crawler without damaged? (check for damaged / missing idle rollers)

9.Are Head and tail lamps working?   

10.Are Back view mirrors provided? 

11.Is sitting arrangement and Cabin clean and in good condition.  

12.Is Fire extinguisher provided in operator’s cabin?

13.Is Excavator Operator having Valid License.?

Monday, 18 May 2015

Earthquakes Do Not Kill People, Improperly Designed Structures Do!

Earthquakes Do Not Kill People, Improperly Designed Structures Do!

Earthquake is a natural calamity, which can occur any time anywhere. Buildings raised on stilts,with no walls in the ground storey — are more likely to collapse. Therefore, the Buildings must be built in such a way that they are safe during and after such occurrence.

Nepal Earthquake Tragedy – Why did the quake cause so much damage?

12th May 2015 - Magnitude 7.3

25th April 2015 – Magnitude 7.8

Nepal is located in South Asia, home to one fifth of humanity and one of the most earthquake-prone regions in the world.  The region experiences some 100,000 minor quakes every year, and one of magnitude 8 or greater every 25 years. Yet lax building standards densely populated urban centers and poorly planned towns make the region's people extremely vulnerable to the fallout from tremors.

 “Most of the newly built houses that were destroyed by the earthquake in the commercial areas of Kathmandu had not followed the prescribed building code”, authorities have said.

Scores of houses that collapsed in places like Gongabu, Balaju, Kalanki, Thamel and Chabahil areas had initially acquired clearance to build two- or three-storey structures for residential use.

But the buildings were gradually transformed into high-rises without fulfilling the legal and technical requirements after the areas turned into commercial hotspots.

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