Hyatt TCU, the new six story hotel within walking distance of the Texas Christian University main campus, is one of HPM’s recent success stories. The 113,000 SF, $40 M hotel development includes 150 guestrooms, 6th floor rooftop bar and restaurant, Top Golf Swing Suites, expanded lobby and first floor bar, extensive meeting and ballroom spaces with catering kitchen, and an outdoor pool and gym.
Once the project came to fruition, a former TCU board member recognized the need for an experienced Owner’s Representative to oversee this unique and challenging project. As a trusted advisor to TCU, HPM was introduced and accepted the challenge.
HPM procured and managed the various team members including but not limited to the general contractor, architect, designers, operator, furniture, equipment, interior and exterior signage, security, audio visual, food and beverage, acoustic consultant, envelope consultant, access control, technology, warehouse, moving, commissioning and final turn over.
HPM also coordinated and managed municipality efforts, compliance with TCU’s guidelines and design standards, cash flow, brand communication and approvals, bank inspectors and the model room process.
Having experience in leading hotel developments, HPM was able to provide solutions and value options when city codes and urban development requirements changed during design and planning. The project overcame additional planning approval time, budget and scope additions through HPM’s efficient and effective leadership.
TCU, Hyatt brand and the owner are excited to be hosting TCU’s events and welcoming all visitors in this resort-style destination.
Photos courtesy of Jordan Foster Construction