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Honeywell Implements Building Management, Energy Management Systems Throughout Australia's Crown Perth Complex
Honeywell 3 August 2017
PERTH, Western Australia -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) successfully implemented its networked Building Management and Energy Management Systems at the new Crown Towers Hotel, which is an expansion of the Crown complex in Perth, Australia. The Honeywell EnterpriseBuilding Integrator (EBI) and Building Management System (BMS) are integrated with Honeywell's INNCOM guest room Energy Management System (EMS) to optimize enterprise building controls, improve energy efficiency, and coordinate access controls, lighting and drapes. The INNCOM system is also implemented at Crown Perth's Promenade Hotel.At the recently completed Crown Towers, Honeywell provided all Building Management System (BMS), guestroom management (GRMS), security and access control, dry fire, and electrical wiring interconnect (EWIS). systems. Honeywell's INNCOM Guest Room Management System provides environmental and energy management HVAC control along with control of drapes, lighting controls via designer switches controlled from mobile tablets. Wireless integration is provided to the property's Saflok electronic guest room door locks. The INNCOM INNcontroltm 3 real-time EMS utilizes its Deep Mesh Network to link guestroom environmental controls. The INNCOM system can also communicate with other third-party systems that support tablet controls for personalized guest room options. The networked system ensures guest comfort and convenience with maximum energy efficiency.Crown Perth is Western Australia's premier integrated resort and one of Australia's most popular luxury tourism destinations. The resort opened to the public in 1985 and hosts more than 9 million visitors every year. Run by a highly trained workforce of more than 5600 people, Crown Perth's sprawling resort features 3 luxury hotels (Crown Towers, Crown Metropol and Crown Promenade), a 24-hour casino, world class convention and gaming facilities, award winning restaurants, spas, nightclubs, a 2300-seat theatre and much more.Honeywell also integrated its INNCOM EMS with Crown Perth's hotel room booking system to provide automatic occupancy-based energy optimization. The system limits energy use when guests are not in their rooms. Combined with other energy efficiency strategies implemented at the Promenade Hotel by Crown Perth under their sustainability program, the Honeywell system has been key in assisting to achieve approximately 20 percent energy savings whilst maintaining optimum guest comfort.Further, across the rest of the complex, Honeywell updated Crown Perth's Building Management System and added enhancements such as mobility technology that uses Honeywell's Enterprise Building Integrator (EBI) workstation running on mobile iPad's which provides real-time diagnostics to the engineering team which enables them to respond quickly to field calls.Honeywell also modernized the site's direct digital control (DDC) system that controls and monitors multiple building functions during Crown Perth's enterprise upgrade. Honeywell implemented its ComfortPointtm DDC system that replaced the legacy XL500 DDC system and in the process also implemented agreed optimization strategies to create a higher level of efficiency in the air conditioning plant that serves Crown Perth's buildings. ComfortPoint uses the industry standard BACnet protocol allowing easy integration with other system's protocols.Honeywell's Crown Perth Building Management and Energy Management System modernization is expected to be finalized during 2017.About Honeywell Home and Building TechnologiesHoneywell Home and Building Technologies (HBT) is a global business with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. HBT creates products, software and technologies found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide. We help homeowners stay connected and in control of their comfort, security and energy use. Commercial building owners and occupants use our technologies to ensure their facilities are safe, energy efficient, sustainable and productive. Our advanced metering hardware and software solutions help electricity, gas and water providers supply customers and communities more efficiently. For more news and information on Honeywell Home and Building Technologies, please visit http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom.Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 software-industrial company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace and automotive products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, cars, homes and buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.
Honeywell Improves Guest Comfort, Helps Lower Utility Costs By Nearly 25% For Best Western Premier Park Hotel
Honeywell 13 July 2017
Madison, WI -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced its INNCOM guestroom automation and energy management project at the Best Western Premier Park Hotel, referred to locally as Park Hotel, in Madison, Wisconsin, is helping them save nearly 25 percent on guestroom energy costs."Environmental responsibility and maximum guest comfort were primary goals when we started our renovation project in 2015. This is why we selected Honeywell for the project," said Jay Mullins with Mullins Group, the property's owner. "We have had no temperature complaints since we installed Honeywell's system. The INNCOM thermostats are easy for guests to understand and an analysis shows guestroom utility costs dropped by approximately 23.5 percent. Honeywell monitors each room's environmental equipment operation and helps us run a more efficient hotel. If everything worked as well as Honeywell's INNCOM system, life would be better."The Park Hotel installed Honeywell's INNCOM system based on its advanced INNcontrol3 technology and easy-to-use guest thermostat controls. "We needed to replace Park Hotel's unsatisfactory guestroom thermostats and related system with a proven solution and researched several energy management companies and their systems," said Jason Barron, project consultant at Pearson Engineering, which oversaw Park Hotel's HVAC, energy management, environmental, and electrical upgrades. "After we installed the INNCOM controls our year-over-year comparison for the same period showed overall property electrical consumption down 17 percent, and gas down 25 percent. We expect winter results to be even better," Barron said.INNCOM systems installed by The Best Western Premier Park Hotel include:INNcontroltm3 real-time guest room energy control systemWireless Deep Mesh NetworkE528 Smart Digital Guestroom ThermostatsFastPack API integration with Saflok RFID guestroom door lock systemHoneywell's INNCOM E528 programmable thermostats adapt to Park Hotel's three existing types of heating systems and other equipment, and respond to the guest's temperature preference while they are in their room. Honeywell's system uses guest door sensors to recognize a guest's entry. When the guest leaves, the thermostat sets the temperature to an optimum alternate setting that reduces unnecessary energy use. When the guest comes back, the room returns to the guest's preferred temperature. The E528 units simplify installation and operation and are compatible with almost any type of hotel HVAC equipment. "The INNCOM thermostats adapted perfectly with our three types of HVAC units that each had different voltage requirements. They even let guests control air movement with three fan motor speeds," Barron said. "Our old system could not do that."Guest comfort is a priority for the Mullins Group and INNCOM thermostats are easy for guests to use. "Honeywell's INNCOM thermostats have a large backlit LCD display with controls that guests understand. This lets them create a comfortable guestroom temperature quickly and easily," said Jay Mullins. "The system adapted perfectly to Wisconsin's seasonal temperature fluctuations.When a guest checks in at the front desk, the property management system (PMS) communicates with the thermostats to set the room temperature to a comfortable setting and waits for the guest to enter the room and select their preferred temperature. If a checked-in guest leaves the room, the system returns to the setback temperature. "INNCOM interfaces with our Saflok guest door lock system," said property engineer Tom Bormett. "If a housekeeper enters a room, the Saflok system recognizes by the key that it is not a guest and keeps the temperature at the setback point to optimize energy use."The INNCOM thermostats communicate with the Park Hotel's INNcontrol3 real-time guestroom energy management system and PMS over an INNCOM wireless Deep Mesh Network (DMN). The DMN monitors sensors in each room's HVAC equipment and sends continuous status updates to the INNcontrol3 console in the engineer's office. The hotel's electronic guestroom door lock system also uses the DMN to communicate with the hotel's PMS and INNcontrol3."The INNcontrol3 system monitors each room's temperature, HVAC operation, and door status. The system displays a detailed 3D graphic image of our hotel that shows occupancy, energy consumption and other factors that relate to guest comfort and safety," said Bormett. "It notifies my team if property fans or other equipment are not operating properly or if the room's temperature is different from the thermostat's setting. These notifications enable us to send staff to the room to make a repair or adjustment before the guest is aware of the problem."Honeywell was also involved in the Mullins Group renovation of The Best Western Premier Park Hotel. "We knew Honeywell was a solid name brand with the depth of resources we would need for ongoing support, but we got much more," said Mullins. "Honeywell's installation team caught several construction errors that saved us time and trouble. With both Honeywell's energy management and our Saflok electronic door lock system using one Deep Mesh Network, we run more efficiently. The INNCOM system keeps our guests comfortable, our systems running optimally, and lowers our utility costs." About Honeywell Home and Building TechnologiesHoneywell Home and Building Technologies (HBT) is a global business with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. HBT creates products, software and technologies found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide. We help homeowners stay connected and in control of their comfort, security and energy use. Commercial building owners and occupants use our technologies to ensure their facilities are safe, energy efficient, sustainable and productive. Our advanced metering hardware and software solutions help electricity, gas and water providers supply customers and communities more efficiently. For more news and information on Honeywell Home and Building Technologies, please visit http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom.Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 software-industrial company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace and automotive products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, cars, homes and buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.
Honeywell Helps Florida's Seagate Hotel & Spa Reduce Energy Use Nearly 20 Percent, Achieve LEED Certification
Honeywell 20 June 2017
Delray, Florida - The Seagate Hotel & Spa in Delray, Florida, is a perfect example of how advanced hotel environmental technology ensures guests stay comfortable while the hotel uses less energy. Seagate's owners created the upscale spa property to be as environmentally sensitive as it is luxurious. Honeywell's (NYSE: HON) expertise helped the Seagate achieve LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), a U.S. Green Building Council designation that rates buildings for their design, construction, operation and maintenance and reward the building owners for their environmental responsibility.Seagate installed Honeywell's INNCOM guestroom Energy Management System solutions (EMS) prior to the property opening to the public in October 2009. "We wanted to create an environmentally responsible business that balanced energy reduction with guest comfort," said Garrett Graue with Seagate's development company. "Since we installed Honeywell's system we have verified our energy use is approximately 20 percent less than similar properties in our area. The system optimizes electricity use by intelligently managing the total guest room environment.""Honeywell's INNCOM energy management processes are transparent to our guests, and our utility savings are phenomenal," said William Sander, Seagate general manager. "Guests set their room temperature the way they prefer and the system maintains their comfort level. When a guest leaves his or her room each day, the INNCOM system lowers the temperature to conserve energy. When the guest returns, the INNCOM door sensor detects their entry and the Smart Digital Thermostat reinstates the guest's temperature setting."Seagate's energy management implementation is networked with the property's front office system to reduce unnecessary energy use, especially when hotel occupancy rates are low. When a guest checks in to the hotel, the system changes that guest's room to 'rented/occupied' status and cools the room for a period of 10 minutes, ensuring the room is comfortable before the guest arrives.Honeywell's research shows that the vast majority of guests do not adjust the thermostat temperature during their stay if room temperature is set correctly when they first enter their room. If a balcony door is left open while the air conditioning is on in a Seagate guest room, the system stops the AC until the door is closed. Infrared guest room occupancy sensors also notify housekeepers via a hallway doorbell indicator when guests are in a room to eliminate avoidable disturbances."When I talk with hotel operators in our part of Florida I can see our electric bills are much lower than other properties," said Sander. "We are committed to guest comfort and Honeywell's INNCOM system delivers that while reducing our operating costs. The system even alerts our engineer if a guest room's temperature is not in line with Smart Digital Thermostat temperature setting. This small feature is huge for us. It enables our staff to correct a possible guest room environmental problem often before the guest is aware of it."In addition to the INNCOM Energy Management System, Seagate Hotel & Spa installed several other room automation controls including an INNtouch Door Bell System, lighting controls that enable remote control of room ambience, bedside controllers and an entry-door switch monitor. These controls add to the overall luxurious environment guests expect when they stay at the Seagate Hotel & Spa.All rooms and suites at The Seagate Hotel & Spa are equipped with luxuries like robes and slippers, iHome docking stations, a mini-bar, and Gilchrist & Soames bath products. Twice-daily housekeeping tidies rooms and leaves chocolates and a purple orchid at turndown. Guests choose between six different newspapers each morning. The Seagate has two fitness centers that include the Seagate Country Club, and offers three pools as well as steam and tranquillity rooms. Seagate's six dining outlets offer a variety of fare accompanied by an ocean view. The property's two Cadillac Escalades and the signature Seagate trolley stand ready to provide complimentary transportation between Seagate properties, or anywhere within a three-mile radius of the hotel. About Honeywell Home and Building TechnologiesHoneywell Building Solutions is a part of Honeywell Home and Building Technologies (HBT), a global business with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. HBT is a leader in the Internet of Things (IoT) and creates products, software and technologies found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide. We help homeowners stay connected and in control of their comfort, security and energy use. Commercial building owners and occupants use our technologies to ensure their facilities are safe, energy efficient, sustainable and productive. Our advanced metering hardware and software solutions help electricity, gas and water providers supply customers and communities more efficiently. For more news and information on Honeywell Home and Building Technologies, please visit http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom. About HoneywellHoneywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; turbochargers; and performance materials. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.
Honeywell 18 May 2017
ATLANTA -- In a city known for its southern hospitality, Honeywell (NYSE: HON) is helping one Atlanta hotel virtually eliminate temperature-related guest complaints using the latest in connected technology. Honeywell installed its INNCOM guestroom automation and energy management system in January 2017 at Grand Hyatt Atlanta in the Buckhead district, operated by Hyatt Hotels Corporation and owned by Host Hotels, which has already made a significant impact."For hospitality guests, home away from home should be perfect, and few things in a hotel room are more important than comfort," said Thurman Melson, vice president/general manager - commercial control systems at Honeywell."Advanced connected building technologies like INNCOM are giving property owners and managers more insight than ever before, and delivering better controls to meet the needs of their occupants and guests in smart ways."Grand Hyatt Atlanta is a 439-room full-service, city center property that was recently honored with the 2017 Mayor of Atlanta's Award for Water Conservation. For its solar energy use, the hotel received the Good Earth Keeping Award in the Large Property category from the American Hotel & Lodging Association in 2014. Grand Hyatt Atlanta is not only focused on reducing energy, noted Director of Engineering Wes Shirley."We installed the INNCOM Energy Management System in January to underscore that we want our guests to have the most comfortable experience possible - and the Honeywell system delivers that," said Shirley. "Our guests are well-traveled and expect a trouble-free stay. Our priority is to give them a perfect hotel experience."Grand Hyatt Atlanta installed the INNCOM solution suite and Deep Mesh Network to control and monitor guestroom environmental equipment: air conditioning units, fans and heating units. At most hotels, air conditioning or heating is the first issue guests complain about. "We have had virtually no temperature-related guest complaints since we installed INNCOM," said Shirley.The INNCOM INNcontrol3 total room management system is used by hundreds of hotels and resorts to monitor sensors on guestroom environmental equipment. When INNcontrol3's sensors detect problems with a guestroom unit, it automatically notifies property engineers of the issue. Shirley and his team also use Honeywell for more than supporting Grand Hyatt Atlanta's equipment."Honeywell has not just changed how I monitor equipment; it changed our operating philosophy," said Shirley. "The system transformed how we schedule employees to address guest issues. We are not playing defense anymore. Today we proactively schedule staff to address system maintenance before system issues impact guests."The property's quietest period is Sunday afternoon, so Shirley schedules a larger engineering team on Sundays to address non-critical room maintenance issues reported by INNcontrol3 during the week. "When guests check in Monday morning their rooms are working perfectly so they can have a perfect stay," he said.Honeywell systems installed by the Grand Hyatt Atlanta include:INNcontroltm3 real-time guestroom energy control systemINNCOM wireless Deep Mesh NetworkINNCOM e528 Smart Digital Guestroom ThermostatsFastPack API integration with the cloud-based HotSOS service optimization system.INNCOM communicates guestroom information through its FastPack API (application program interface) to HotSOS, a cloud-based mobile alert solution from Amadeus. If INNCOM detects a room's equipment is not heating or cooling correctly, it instantly sends an alert to HotSOS. HotSOS registers the alert and forwards a text message to Grand Hyatt Atlanta staff. The HotSOS notification enables property engineers to respond quickly to the guestroom and address the issue before the guest is aware of the problem."Each staff member has a HotSOS app on his or her mobile device that receives service alerts," Shirley said. "I rely on INNcontrol3 every day. With INNCOM, I know more about what is happening in a guestroom environment than our guests, which leads to higher satisfaction scores," Shirley said.INNCOM's occupancy sensing thermostats and door sensors also monitor when a room is vacant. This small innovation helps Grand Hyatt Atlanta optimize staffing while it improves guest service. When INNCOM indicates that a room is vacant, a housekeeper is dispatched to service the room."This sensing innovation improves productivity and keeps our rooms in better condition," Shirley said. "Of all the new technology we use daily - and there is lots of it - the one that is flawless is INNCOM. And with all these guest satisfaction improvements and productivity gains from the Honeywell system, we are significantly contributing to our ROI."About Honeywell Home and Building TechnologiesHoneywell Home and Building Technologies (HBT) is a global business with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. HBT creates products, software and technologies found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide. We help homeowners stay connected and in control of their comfort, security and energy use. Commercial building owners and occupants use our technologies to ensure their facilities are safe, energy efficient, sustainable and productive. Our advanced metering hardware and software solutions help electricity, gas and water providers supply customers and communities more efficiently. For more news and information on Honeywell Home and Building Technologies, please visit http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom.Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 software-industrial company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace and automotive products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, cars, homes and buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.
Honeywell 8 July 2016
Energy cost is the second-largest operating expense for most hotels. In Hawaii, where energy costs are the highest in the nation, energy efficiency and hotel energy management is absolutely essential to sustain profitability.In 2014 The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach Resort on the island of Maui installed Honeywell's INNCOM INNcontroltm 3 real-time Hotel Energy Management System (EMS) and realized a 30.4% energy cost savings in the first eight months of use. Estimated savings for the first year's use of INNCOM at The Whaler at Kaanapali Beach Resort are $325,405 based on an energy reduction of 611,047 kWh. The ability to deliver guest comfort in the hotel room and results like those experienced at The Whaler is why INNCOM is used by nine of the 10 largest hotels in Hawaii and installed in more than 67% of all guest rooms in The Islands.The 359-room property implemented:INNCOM E528 thermostats,Humidity detection and abatementPIR motion sensorsDoor sensors on entry ways and patios, andB574 edge routers.The entire hotel energy management system communicates with the central INNcontrol 3 monitoring system via an INNCOM Deep Mesh Networktm."The value INNCOM brings is beyond measure," said Shawn Racoma, property chief engineer-AOAO. "The system lets me control how each guestroom air conditioning unit is used based on occupancy sensors. This is essential since our chiller is a major property energy consumer, and the biggest chiller resource user are the guestrooms." The INNCOM system communicates with the Resort's property management system and automatically resets temperatures to an optimum energy conservation level in vacant rooms. INNCOM motion detectors and door sensors also reset thermostat settings in occupied rooms if the guest is not present."INNCOM gathers a huge amount of useful information from our guestrooms. Occupancy, humidity, temperature, thermostat setting and door status are monitored. Each room's data is instantly communicated to our INNcontrol 3 processor that controls temperature and fan runtime. This saves us money," said Racoma. "We have INNcontrol 3 screen monitors that display graphs for all room temperature metrics and occupancy as well as each room's equipment operational status. We continuously monitor energy use and system health. If a room's temperature or fan runtime are outside of acceptable parameters, the system alerts us to correct the issue before the guest notices the problem. This equates to greater guest comfort in the hotel room."INNCOM's door sensors are particularly valuable for Hawaiian properties and hotels in warm climates. "Many of our rooms have a hall door and a sliding patio door. If either of these doors is left open for a specific period of time, INNcontrol 3 optimizes the thermostat's temperature so the system is not attempting to cool the island. We reduced fan runtime about 25% when we installed INNCOM," Racoma said. "An added benefit of our door sensors is increased security. When a guest door is left open for a prolonged period, the INNcontrol 3 monitor displays an alert and we notify property security."The resort's PMS communicates with INNCOM to ensure maximum energy savings and guest comfort. When resort rooms are unrented INNcontrol 3 sets the temperature to approximately 80 degrees. When a guest checks in, the PMS notifies INNCOM to reset the temperature. "The system lowers the room temperature to 73 when a guest registers and room's PMS status changes to occupied," Racoma said. "We know that a guest takes seven to 15 minutes to reach their room. Our air condition system has the room at a comfortably cool temperature when they open the door."Humidity is a factor in resort operations that INNCOM addresses. "We have many ownership units at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach Resort. Some of our owners only use their units three times a year. We found that many of them left their air conditioning set at a cool temperature while they were away," Racoma said. "They were concerned that humidity would contribute to mold in their rooms. This was not an issue after we installed INNcontrol 3. The systems humidity detection and abatement functionality lets us effectively control humidity at higher temperatures."The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach Resort has two INNcontrol 3 terminals for administrative control of property environmental and hotel energy management strategies. "I have one INNCOM terminal on my desk and one on my supervisor's. I can also monitor the system remotely from my home," Racoma said. "This makes our work much easier. We can monitor system performance and all other areas of operation."The INNCOM system regularly takes randomly selected rooms off its EMS control to verify performance and savings from its use. "Energy use is much higher in rooms not benefiting from INNCOM control," Racoma said. "INNcontrol 3 is intelligent. Comparing INNCOM to other systems is like comparing a child in elementary school with a Harvard graduate. It monitors our entire property, it's like having eyes on every important guestroom system."Racoma said, "I have been at five Hawaiian resorts and installed INNCOM at three of them. The company continues to develop new programs and adapt innovations that save money and make guests more comfortable. I have the utmost confidence in Honeywell's INNCOM technology."
Honeywell 15 June 2016
Honeywell announced that it will deliver a Tech Showcase presentation titled "Connected Home; Connected Guest" at HITEC 2016 in New Orleans. The showcase will be held in the Rivergate room in the Ernest N Morial Convention Center on Wednesday June 22nd from 2:30-3:30 pm. Tom Woodruff, general manager at Honeywell will discuss what they have learned about the connected home owner and how hoteliers might leverage Honeywell's proven experience in the Connected Home market for in-room Connected Guest convenience.Today's travellers are tech savvy with fully connected lives at home and at work. The Connected Home consumer will soon expect to be a Connected Guest."Travelers have a specific expectation of comfort, convenience and control of their hotel stay," Woodruff said. "At HITEC Honeywell will outline what operators can start to do today to help meet these not too distant future expectations and how technologies will help fulfil future guest demands. The Connected Guest transition will take time. Honeywell will describe the building blocks operators must put in place today to provide tomorrow's guests with a fully-connected experience."Honeywell's Connected Home platform gives residents peace of mind with mobile control while home or away for needs surrounding comfort, energy savings, loss prevention and security. Honeywell's team will discuss taking the connected home consumer's collection of preferences and how they may be extended to the connected traveler and ultimately better meet guest expectations for convenient control of their entire guestroom experience.HITEC 2016 takes place June 20-23 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Get more information on Honeywell's Tech Showcase presentation. Also, be sure to stop by Honeywell's booth, #735, to see what is new this year and for more information on the tech showcase.Honeywell Environmental and Energy Solutions (E&ES) is a global business with installations in more than 150 million homes, 10 million buildings and a multitude of manufacturing plants around the world. E&ES offers integrated product solutions for various residential, commercial and industrial applications ranging from building control systems, HVAC solutions, manual or electronic valves, air and water purification systems, wiring devices, heating and industrial combustion controls. As part of the Honeywell global operations, all E&ES brands share the same commitment towards innovation, quality, safety and customer service.About HoneywellHoneywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; turbochargers; and performance materials. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.
Honeywell Hospitality Solutions Drive 5.8 Percent Utility Savings for Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
Honeywell 10 March 2016
"everything in one place"--provides guests with diverse dining options, quality spa and fitness center services, top-notch entertainment, on-site shopping and endless activities. Gaylord Hotels is a pioneer in the hotel and convention industry with properties in the nation's most desirable destinations. Gaylord Hotels include Gaylord Opryland(r) in Nashville, Tenn.; Gaylord Palms(r) in Kissimmee, Fla., near Orlando; Gaylord Texan(r) on Lake Grapevine, Texas; Gaylord National(r) on the Potomac River in National Harbor, Md.; and The Inn at Opryland(r) in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit www.GaylordHotels.com.Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) is a leading lodging company based in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, with more than 4,000 properties in 78 countries and territories and reported revenues of nearly $13 billion in fiscal year 2013. The company operates and franchises hotels and licenses vacation ownership resorts under 18 brands. For more information or reservations, please visit our web site at www.Marriott.com, and for the latest company news, visit www.MarriottNewsCenter.com.