Hyatt House Belmar Benefits from Innovative Prescient System

Prescient lent a hand to Continuum Partners to complete the first hotel the downtown Lakewood area.

By Ioana Neamt

Hyatt House Belmar
Hyatt House Belmar

Denver—Colorado-based software design, engineering, structural system manufacturing and installation company Prescient was selected by Continuum Partners to complete the new Hyatt House Belmar hotel in Lakewood, Colo., for Hyatt Hotels Corp.

According to Continuum Partners Project Director Doug Alexander, Prescient was chosen because its system was competitive with traditional wood framing, and faster to build compared to other structural options.

The hotel structure was erected in only seven weeks, much quicker than traditional wood or concrete framing would allow. Prescient’s system also provides a faster and cheaper building model, ideal for multi-unit structures up to 16 stories tall.

“Our system is ideal for hotel construction, as it allows companies like Hyatt to begin generating revenue far sooner than traditional construction methods while also providing a number of cost and quality benefits,” said Satyen Patel, Prescient CEO.

Located at 7310 W. Alaska Drive, the $22 million, six-story Hyatt House Belmar opened this spring and is the first hotel to rise in the downtown Lakewood area, according to The Denver Post. The extended-stay hotel is situated just 9 miles from Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, and 11 miles from the Red Rocks concert venue. Amenities at the hotel include a 24-hour fitness center, indoor heated swimming pool, 24/7 business center and a convenience store, among others. Hyatt House Belmar also offers complimentary parking and breakfast buffet and is pet friendly.

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