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IS YOUR VENUE "BIG GAME" Ready?

Are you ready? In the next 7 months, nearly 3,000 new hotel rooms will be added in downtown Houston alone, adding to the 5,000 existing rooms already in the downtown area. The numbers are in - and a grand total of $3.5 billion, including $1.5 billion into the main epicenter has been invested into infrastructure and development for the "Big Game" this upcoming February.
Aug
16
2014

Picture of stadium in Texas

Capitalizing on a major sporting event is important, because all eyes will be on the city (and your venue!) In a 2015 poll of the top conference and convention cities in the United States, Texas came out on top, with top meeting and events cities including San Antonio (#1), Austin (#6) and Houston (#13).
For a limited time only, Texas-area hotel managers and property owners can click here to book a no-obligation airwall inspection for your venue!

More hotel and hospitality articles from Hufcor:

  • The Future of Hotel Design
  • Proper maintenance plans vital for flexible spaces and venues
  • Hufcor now on Sweets App for Revit

Build ongoing maintenance relationships.

Routine maintenance of equipment and flexible spaces are especially important for facilities that depend on revenues from their meeting rooms, ballrooms, and banquet rooms.

When you have a Maintenance Agreement with Hufcor, you get routine maintenance scheduled when it is convenient for your facility, regardless of the season or time – all with the service, support, and expertise of the largest and most-installed operable wall manufacturer in the world. Your Hufcor representative will be happy to discuss the benefits and costs of a maintenance agreement with you – and to help you find a service schedule that works well with your property, guests, and staff.

Who Needs Floor Tracks?

Because of the way our interior movable wall systems are designed and engineered, we don't have the need for floor tracks. Just like you don't have the need to trip and fall, we don't have the need for floor tracks. One of our Hufcor Marketing Product Managers, Rick Woods explains why.

The Science of Sound Part VII: Beating Flanking Paths

The first step to beating flanking paths is to look at how all of the elements work together from floor to roof-the partition, the space between the ceiling and the roof, the floor, even HVAC ductwork can help or hinder flanking paths.

The Science of Sound Part VI: Flanking Paths

Shoddy construction, customary construction practices, or poor installation of the partition can all contribute to the leaks, known as flanking paths.