The Fullerton Hotel is a 70-year old Conservation Building that has been restored and redeveloped into a high-class 394-room hotel. Located in the central business district, the Project has a total gross floor area (GFA) of 51,000 square meters and includes:
- An 8-story hotel with single-level basement
- A 2-story building with tri-level basement
- A single-level underground, air conditioned pedestrian walkway and parking garage
- A utility services tunnel
The new hotel also provides guests with the latest technological features, such as:
- Wireless internet
- One-way video conferencing so that guests can watch meeting room events from the comfort of their rooms.
The Fullerton Hotel has won many international awards for the project’s innovative design solutions. Many international journals have praised the hotel’s two most distinctive design characteristics: the revered, colonial-style architecture of its exterior and the elegant, ultra-modern design of its interior with all of the latest technological features available to hotel guests.
The complex redevelopment of the old structure required many unique and unconventional mechanical engineering design solutions in order to include artistic features such as 2-story louvered glass windows and a large, 8-story skylight. Other features introduced include: * Humidity control of the guest rooms * Elimination of environmental noise and vibration to the guestrooms through the skylight * Air conditioning without diffuser at Town Coffee House * Open-air air conditioning of the roof garden above the Straits Club * Atrium air conditioning and food odor containment in the kitchen facility of the Atrium Restaurant * Installation of window sprinklers to exceed fire department requirements for shared single-glass windows * Smoke Control System for the large basement and the 1,100 square meter atrium
- Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) Engineering Consultancy Services
- Prix d'Excellence Award (Leisure Category), 2003
International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI)