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Nova Hotel Renovation & Construction Celebrates Grand Opening

Stunning Flag Building in Downtown Clearwater Florida Opens Doors

CLEARWATER, Fla., Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nova Hotel Renovation & Construction recently celebrated the grand opening of the gorgeous Flag Building in Clearwater, Florida. This stunning 377,000-square-foot, seven story structure is a truly spectacular multi-function conference center and training facility that has drawn worldwide attention for its breathtaking 9,000 square foot, three-story stone atrium with suspended stone archways, floors, stairways and walls.  With five high tech film rooms, a full-service health spa, and a state-of-the-art exercise and wellness facility, this facility must truly be seen to be believed.

Nova HRC's growing reputation for ingenuity, attention to detail and blue-collar approach towards project management was showcased in this massive undertaking. Nova HRC utilized its international manufacturing partners to source five-star quality millwork, stone, glass, and custom furnishings. The Flag Building also boasts a remarkable commercial kitchen with the capacity to feed a staff of 2,000 a full three meals every day.

Nova HRC specializes in global hospitality renovation and construction projects, servicing all segments in the industry, including modern branded hotels and boutique properties. The company directors and executive staff are a fusion of hoteliers and construction experts, allowing for a uniquely dynamic, yet thoroughly practical approach to renovation and hotel operations.

To learn more about Nova HRC please contact David Nopper, Director of Business Development by phone 727.447.2800 or email to [email protected].

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