waldrop+nichols studio renovates DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Campbell Centre

DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Campbell Centre is undergoing an $8-million renovation. waldrop+nichols studio, located in Dallas, TX, was the interior architectural design firm for the hotel renovation.

In addition to the makeover of the 300-guestroom hotel, the company also upgraded the 21st-floor skyline ballroom, conference/board room, guestroom elevator lobbies and corridors. Public area renovation included the registration lobby, 82Fifty Restaurant and Bar, ballroom and public restrooms.

According to Reggi Nichols, president and founding partner of waldrop+nichols studio, who led the design team on the hotel’s interiors, the renovation was inspired by the hotel’s location in Dallas, and emphasized floor-to-ceiling windows for views of the Dallas cityscape.

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Also involved in the renovation was The Allied Group. Headquartered in Neptune, New Jersey, its services include: project planning; project cost estimating; turnkey renovations; design/build services; specialty projects and Sustainovation (environmentally friendly/socially responsible sustainable services).

Mike Walzl is the general manager of DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Campbell Centre.

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