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Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction
Building your business future
Today’s real estate, hospitality and construction companies must adopt new approaches to address regulatory requirements and financial risks – while meeting the challenges of expanding globally and achieving sustainable growth.
Our Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction practice has the ability to mobilize a team of seasoned professionals to address complex and demanding challenges and provide seamless service on a global basis. We can help move you forward. Are you ready to break ground? In working with you, we draw on our industry knowledge and insight to help you strategically position yourself – wherever you are in the world. Let us help you better understand some of the key challenges facing the industry, including:
- Real Estate
Real Estate advisory services
Real estate owners, users and investors need to meet changing regulatory requirements and reduce financial risks to achieve sustainable growth.
EY’s key approach is integrated services. This means that we offer our clients the full range of services required to find effective solutions for a broad range of real estate issues.
EY has proven experience in providing services to major real estate users, investors, developers, and commercial real estate operators in the CIS market. Our work with these companies allows us to speak confidently of our accumulated practical experience and apply it to the task of developing your business.
- Hospitality & Leisure
Hospitality advisory services
In Russia and the CIS, we have a dedicated multi-disciplinary team of hospitality advisory services professionals, supported by EY’s global hospitality practice with representative offices throughout the world. We serve clients that operate on a local, regional and international scale.
EY offers services in all areas relating to hotels, resorts, mixed-use developments, conference centers, casinos, golf clubs, amusement parks and other leisure-related assets.
Our professionals have experience in all segments of the lodging industry, from limited–service to luxury hotels, and every type of location — from CBD’s to resorts. We optimize all the stages of hotel projects, starting with conceptual development and operating projections through assistance in selecting hotel operators and negotiating management agreements.
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Real estate project management and development advisory services
We advise our clients on all questions of construction project management, including:
- Client representation
- Communication management
- Project strategy elaboration
- Document control
- Design management
- Sustainability advisory
- Approval management
- Schedule management
- Cost and budget control
- Quality management
- Contract administration
- Risk management
- Procurement management
- Construction management
- Health and safety management.
EY’s specialists contribute efficient solutions for real estate development. We analyze your targeted business plans and support you in strategic planning and construction.
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Moscow hotel market map
As of October 2014 there were 132 future hotel construction projects in Moscow (approximately 30,000 rooms). This way, taking into account the existing 329 hotels (47,000 rooms), by 2020 the room count in Moscow will rise by 62% and reach the amount of over 76,000 rooms (461 hotels). Find out more from our Moscow hotel market map.