Morgan Tuckness appointed corporate director of design and technical services for Emaar Hospitality Group

Morgan Tuckness appointed corporate director of design and technical services for Emaar Hospitality Group

Emaar Hospitality Group has announced the appointment of Morgan Tuckness as corporate director of Design & Technical Services.

With a background in the field of design, architecture and technical services, Tuckness will be responsible for setting up and maintaining development and design guidelines, and the physical criteria for the development of new-build hospitality projects.

She will also be mandated with ensuring that all requisite design and technical service standards are executed in accordance with the guidelines, a release said.

“With a fast-growing footprint of hotel projects by Emaar Hospitality Group and three distinctive lifestyle hotel brands, it is important that we focus on our branding philosophy and design standards,” said Olivier Harnisch, CEO.

“Today, we work closely with developers in hotel project development right from design stage to operations, and Morgan Tuckness, who brings extensive expertise in the area, will lead all design and technical services aspects of our projects. She will also focus on introducing sustainable practices that help minimise the carbon footprint of our projects.”

“It is my privilege to join Emaar Hospitality Group, one of the fastest-growing and globally recognised hotel operators. The operational and upcoming projects of the Group are defined by high standards of design excellence and unique brand differentials. I look forward to being part of the organisation as it further expands its footprint to innovative projects in the UAE and new markets,”  Morgan Tuckness said.

Tuckness was previously the director of Development & Construction for Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Latin America with Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation US & Singapore since 2006, responsible for a wide variety of hotel and resort projects in the US, Mexico, Japan, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and various cities throughout Europe.

Prior to this, she worked as an architect with leading architectural firms in the United States.

She holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Oklahoma and is certified from the U.S. Green Building Council as a LEED Accredited Professional.

Last week, Emaar Hospitality also announced the launch of Vida Dubai Mall hotel, two-tower development inspired by fashion. 









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