Cicero's helps renovate Wyndham Houston

Cicero’s completed the renovation of the first floor exterior of the Wyndham Houston.  According to the hotel's architect, Rick Carrell of Carrell Partners and Yost Architecture, Cicero's work on the property “looks better than our drawings”.

In renovating the hotel's exterior, Cicero's converted the outdated front entrance. Cicero's built a new porte-cochere, along with adding new architectural details and practical features such as new windows and doors, ADA-compliant ramps and railings, bright security lighting, landscaping, fresh paint and new canopies that improved the hotel facade.

Earlier this year, Cicero's conducted a property-wide renovation of the Wyndham Houston with a complete revamp of the hotel's 287 guestrooms, as well as all common areas. In addition, the Main Street Bar & Grill received a refurbishing, complete with new carpeting and artwork.

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Cicero's Development Corporation is a general contractor specializing in commercial renovation for more than 40 years. Headquartered in Plainfield, Ill., Cicero's renovation practices and deliverables include: Renovationomix, the method of renovating to increase revenue; Sensible Green, increasing property owner income through low-cost environmentally-friendly renovations; Disruption Avoidance Management to minimize any renovation disruption and maximize cash flow; and a Surprise Management Program to identify and anticipate potential challenges and roadblocks, and develop contingencies to ensure adherence to timeline and budget.

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