ULI Europe Hospitality Product Council Virtual Session

When

Monday, October 26th, 2020
2:00pm - 4:00pm GMT

Where

Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM
If you would like to attend this session please contact Emily.DeSimone@uli.org 
 

Speakers

Speaker

Todd Lundgren

Executive Vice President, CallisonRTKL-UK

Todd Lundgren #36688 August 20, 2002 Todd C. Lundgren AIA, NCARB EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Mr. Lundgren is the director of RTKL's Hospitality market sector. He joined RTKL in 1980, was named associate in 1985; was promoted to associate vice president in 1989; and was named vice president in 1992. His wide range of experience on hotel, mixed-use, and complex renovation projects has allowed him to lead CRTKL project teams through all phases of design, production and construction, including responsibility for cost/schedule/quality control, and coordination of multiple consultant teams. HOTEL PROJECT EXPERIENCE Lucayan Beach Resort, masterplan and design of 1350-room luxury resort, Grand Bahama Island Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 300-room luxury hotel, Miami, Florida Marriott Orlando World Center, 500-room expansion, conference center, parking structure, Orlando, FL Renaissance Gateway Convention Center Hotel, addition and renovation, St. Louis, MO St. Andrews Old Course Hotel, master plan, renovation/expansion, St. Andrews, Scotland Inter-Continental Hotel Amstel, expansion/renovation, 80-room historic hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Ritz-Carlton Hotel at Tower City Center, new 208-room luxury hotel, Cleveland, OH Westin Hotel and International Business Center, new 220-room convention hotel with exposition pavilion, Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil Marriott West Des Moines, conceptual design for the renovation, repositioning and expansion of an existing Ramada Hotel to a full service Marriott, Des Moines, IA Marriott Arlington, 200-room expansion to an existing Marriott Hotel, Arlington, TX Marriott Rivercenter Expansion, 1000 room hotel addition with new ballroom facilities, San Antonio, TX Wyndham Garden Market Center, renovation and repositioning of a 230-room Quality Inn to an upscale limited service concept, Dallas, TX Wyndham Playhouse Square Hotel, new 205-room downtown hotel, Cleveland, OH Mountain Spa, conceptual design for a Mediterranean themed, 600-room destination resort with casino, golf and spa, Las Vegas, NV Miami Beach Convention Resort, 900-room convention hotel competition, Miami Beach, FL Bishop's Lodge, expansion feasibility study for a four-star guest ranch, Santa Fe, NM Lakeway Inn and Conference Center, feasibility study for an 80-room expansion and renovation of an existing lakeside resort, Austin, TX Takeshiba Hotel, interior design for new 370-Cleveland room hotel on Tokyo Bay, Tokyo, Japan Dallas Convention Hotel, feasibility study for a 1,200 room convention hotel in downtown Dallas, TX Wyndham Garden, 140-room garden hotel at International Trade Center, Mt. Olive, NJ Fairmont Hotel / Dallas, exterior renovation of hotel towers, Dallas, TX Rancho Encantado, feasibility study, expansion and renovation of an 85-room luxury guest ranch, Santa Fe, NM Inter-Continental Hotels due diligence studies, 32 properties located worldwide Bayland Park Hotel and Marina, 300-room hotel and 200-slip marina, Baytown, TX Skirvin Hotel, feasibility study, 212-room hotel, historical renovation, Oklahoma City, OK Wisley Airfield Hotel and Conference Center, concept design for a 200-room conference hotel with golf course, Guillford, England Omni Championship Gate, 733 room golf resort and conference center, Orlando, FL Westin Convention Center, 1122 room Convention Hotel, Pittsburgh, PA San Antonio Golf Resort, Hotel & Spa, 500 room resort hotel with 3-18 hole golf courses, San Antonio, TX Block 43, mixed-use project with 300 room luxury hotel, 50 condos, parking, and retail, Houston, TX Pojoaque Indian Resort, 350 room resort with casino, Santa Fe, NM Lucayan Casino, 38,000sf casino as part of Lucayan Beach Resort, Grand Bahamas Island Wyndham Park Central, renovation, repositioning of 180 room Days Inn to upscale limited service concept OTHER PROJECT EXPERIENCE Tower City Center, urban mixed-use complex including new hotel, office tower, retail center, cinema, food court, transit station redevelopment with structured parking for 3,000 cars, Cleveland, OH Village on the Parkway, retail renovation and mixed-use, Addison, TX GUM2000 Redevelopment, department store, historical renovation, Moscow, Russia NorteShopping, master planning and schematic design of a mixed-use development, Porto, Portugal GaiaShopping, 600,000-SF expansion of existing retail facility, Porto, Portugal Centro Colombo, 2,000,000-SF mixed-use development with structured parking for 6,800 cars, Lisbon, Portugal Greater Cleveland Rapid Transit Authority Main Downtown Station, Cleveland, OH First Colony Town Center, new 305,000-SF GLA retail center, Houston, TX Hillsdale Mall, 300,000-SF retail center renovation, San Mateo, CA May Kiss Restaurant, new theme restaurant on top level of cruise ship terminal, Tokyo, Japan Miyazaki Station, new passenger rail station, Kyushu, Japan Rokko Island Gateway, 200,000-SF specialty retail/entertainment complex, Kobe, Japan EDUCATION University of Cincinnati, Bachelor of Architecture, 1982 Professional Practice Achievement Award, 1982 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Institute of Architects Texas Society of Architects Urban Land Institute American Hotel & Motel Association Construction Specifications Institute PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION Registered Architect, Ohio, Texas NCARB

Speaker

J-F Garneau

Initial Real Estate

Jean-François Garneau, is Chief Development Officer and co-founder of INITIAL Real Estate an innovative development services and strategic planning company that bridges the worlds of creativity, research and business, with offices in Montréal Canada and Geneva Switzerland. JF has over 35 years of diversified experience in real estate development and planning, mainly for mixed-use urban, hospitality and resort residential projects. A native of Montreal, Canada, JF has been working in Switzerland since 2004, and is a Swiss resident since 2012. Working with land owners, private and public institutions as well as with visionary developers around the globe, he has created development strategies and provided creative direction and project management expertise for projects in Europe, India, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand, the US and Canada. He has been involved in the creation of over US$1,5 billion of compelling and memorable large-scale urban mixed-use projects as well as resort-oriented hospitality and residential real estate projects. His background in architecture, urban design, and his experience in real estate development and project management, have allowed him to develop a unique expertise in finding creative solutions to complex real estate problems, crafting strategies and creating compelling and memorable places. A proven leader, strategic thinker and team builder, JF’s international experience has allowed him to build a global network of partners and professionals. He recently served as CEO and General Manager of a Swiss development company. Based in Geneva, he lead project development teams and provided creative direction, developing luxury landmark hospitality and residential real estate projects in Europe. Prior to founding INITIAL in 2008, from 1999 to 2008 he served as Vice-President of Master Planning at Intrawest Corporation, a leader in the development and management of experiential destination resorts, where he was a key player in the company’s acquisitions and planning of multiple warm and cold weather resort developments. Based in Montreal and Lausanne Switzerland he was responsible for master planning the company’s European ventures, as well as overseeing the company’s North American East coast planning initiatives, and international ventures in Mexico and New Zealand. Prior to that he served as Director of Buildings and Operation for the Montreal Canadiens, where he was responsible for the design as well as the management and operations of the $500M Bell Center, a 22,000 seat amphitheatre, the largest mixed-use complex and arena in North America. JF had also been a key member of the team that designed and built the amphitheater. Earlier in his career, JF worked as Project Director for one of Canada’s largest architectural companies, where he led mixed-use urban projects and resort development initiatives. Passionate about real estate development and hospitality industries, as well as urban mixed-use, he is also a keen study on the creation of cities, towns, villages and the mechanics and behavioural aspects of “people places” everywhere. JF holds a degree in Applied Sciences and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Laval University, Canada, and has studied Architecture and Urban Design at Université de Paris VIII.