Al Bustan Centre and Residence, the popular hotel-apartment among tourists and businessmen in the heart of Dubai, has recently launched Building Management System (BMS) with a primary objective to reduce cost on energy while increasing the productivity of its machinery across the property.
The initiative has been launched to meet the need of Al Bustan Centre and Residence to reduce energy consumption and manage costs, whilst enhancing guest experience and comfort, by offering a high degree of personal control over the guest room environment.
Al Bustan Centre and Residence has set up a fully automated system which covers Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) that will benefit in controlling and monitoring MEP at the property.
Light and temperature control plays a vital role in the overall guest experience of a hotel room and by installing this new energy saving project initiative the hotel-apartments will be able to achieve a decent saving in the near future as lighting alone typically accounts for 25% of an organization’s electricity consumption. Control of the room environment by the guest and hotel when the room is unoccupied adds value and significantly reduces energy costs. Dubai is at the heart of the region's hospitality sector and a world class hospitality hub, with World Expo 2020 stimulating further strong growth.
Moussa El Hayek, Chief Operating Office, Al Bustan Centre and Residence said: "We are proud to launch the hotel-apartments management system for light, temperature and blind control that integrates with building management systems. The solutions are contemporary designed, energy efficient control options that help differentiate a property or hotel, where guests can step into a room in which lights and shades automatically adjust to a predetermined welcome scene. This is a milestone project in developing better ways to enhance the property infrastructure and the betterment in the long run.”