Property Improvement Plan

Owners and operators of hotels, motels and other hospitality venues know the vital nature of executing a PIP. The Beam Team brings extensive experience as the general contractor for major hospitality brands. By applying a proven approach to the renovation and construction process, we help hotels to renew, capture market share, increase guest satisfaction and enhance profitability.

Our processes and procedures developed over years of service in hotel remodeling projects nationwide. Unique requirements, opportunities discovered during the project, and challenges are all within our scope. 

Our quality-centric approach has earned us repeated projects with globally known hospitality leaders. Together with select subcontractors and suppliers, we can bring your PIP to life.

Hotel PIP Professionals

PIP projects begin with an assessment of your construction project and brand requirements. We provide a detailed proposal for your property improvement plan (PIP) that reflects how we will successfully complete your job on time and on budget. Often, plans involve schedules and procedures that keep the hotel in operation—remaining sensitive to the expectations of guests and staff.

Hotel Remodeling Services

  • ADA Remediation
  • Carpet, Tile & Flooring
  • Conference Center Remodeling
  • Construction Management
  • FF&E Installation
  • Fire & Safety Upgrades
  • Fulltime On-Site Supervision
  • HVAC & Mechanical Systems
  • Kitchen, Bar & Restaurant
  • Model Room Installation
  • Punchlist Execution
  • Room & Lobby Renovations
  • Subcontractor Management


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Industry leaders and market disruptors are in pursuit of the ultimate in customer experiences. Our processes, technology and people help turn vision into reality. Count on The Beam Team for quality — and a knack for understanding those unspoken expectations.