Alongside the Project Manager of this massive development, I personally supervised the construction phase of two close-by hotels, a spa and hydrotherapy wing and the accompanying structures.


This meant a monumental effort to be able to steer both building sites, issuing tender documents, communicating and coordinating subcontractors and their work, quantity surveying, ordering of materials, designing and implementing the drawings on-site, project generation, scheduling, etc.


For the "Asclepios 5*" Hotel, with its special hydrotherapy wing, a construction of several ancillary structures took place, such as potable and spring water wells, large hydrotherapy pools with its intricate mechanical installments, pumping stations and vast hydraulic installments, large infrastructure and landscaping, river dam, electrical substation, external pool and cafe.


For the "Xenia 3*" Hotel, a huge restoration plan took place, including selective demolitions and reconstructions, reinforcement of existing structure with steel and concrete frames, stripping of old plaster, connecting the new elements of the design with the existing load-bearing stone walls, incorporation of the new electrical and mechanical installments and addition of new spaces.


New 5* hotel with a spa wing and retoration of a 3*, traditional, stone-built hotel


Platystomo, Central Greece