HMH appoints director of technical services

HMH appoints director of technical services
HMH director of technical services Hala Al Ramadhi.
Published: 23 October 2017 - 12:55 a.m.
By: Diane Fermin Roeder

Hospitality Management Holding (HMH) has appointed Hala Al Ramadhi as the group’s new director of technical services.

Al Ramadhi brings over 15 years of outstanding experience and expertise in managing and delivering multiple hotel projects.

HMH CEO Aboudi Asali stated: “We are delighted to welcome Ms. Al Ramadhi to our team. She is a dynamic professional with a proven track record. With her vast experience, Ms. Al Ramadhi will play an instrumental role in supporting our existing and upcoming projects defined by high standards of design excellence and unique brand differentials. We are committed to offer the highest quality of service and expertise to our owners and associates and every aspect of the hotel experience is designed with our guests in mind.”

In her new role, Al Ramadhi will liaise with various project teams including all required consultants, contractors and suppliers to provide technical services input across the group’s various projects and ensure that all projects are developed in compliance with HMH and internationally recognised standards and procedures.

Al Ramadhi began her career in 1998 as an architectural and interior design assistant with Gensler in London. Working her way up, she subsequently gained experience with a number of architectural firms in the UK such AJP Frankham and WAT&G before moving to the UAE in 2007. She then joined Aldar Properties PJSC, Hotels & Hospitality as design manager.

A British national, Al Ramadhi holds a degree in architecture from De Montfort University in Leicester, UK. She completed a thesis project in tailoring & architecture from University College Dublin in Ireland followed by a professional diploma in architectural practice, construction legislation, procurement and contracts from the same institute. Al Ramadhi has astrong interest in how sustainable practices can be incorporated into architectureand qualified as a Certified Passive Designerby the Passive House Institute (PHI), Darnstadt in Germany.





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