Benjamin West completes purchasing for Long Island Marriott Hotel

January 27, 2009 - Benjamin West has completed the (FF&E) purchasing services for the 604 guestroom and common area renovation including the grand ballroom, junior ballrooms and lobby of the Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center located in Uniondale, NY. Benjamin West’s services were employed by the construction management firm, RXR Construction & Development LLC.  This project was completed by Gina Gordon, Project Director out of Benjamin West’s Boulder, CO office.

The Long Island Marriott is adjacent to the Nassau Coliseum and convenient to the central Long Island business district. This full service hotel and conference center is centrally located in Nassau County NY near Hofstra University & Roosevelt Field Mall, and offers the added value of the Marriott Rewards frequent traveler program. This Marriott Hotel on Long Island New York features 618 rooms equipped with key amenities such as hi-speed Internet and the Marriott Revive bed. 

Benjamin West is one of the hospitality industries largest FF&E and OS&E purchasing firms. The firm provides a full range of purchasing services, including specification bidding, technical analysis, code compliance, and financial management for hotels in the mid-market, upscale and luxury segments.

Contact:   
Dede Kassel
Director of Business Development
Benjamin West
(303) 996-8114
[email protected]
www.benjaminwest.com
 

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