One of the characteristics that makes MGroup™ a successful company is our incredible employees in all areas of our business. Whether they are customer-facing or behind-the-scenes, MGroup™ would not be who we are today without them. One of those behind-the-scenes staff is John Cleaveland, Project Manager.
One of the characteristics that makes MGroup™ a successful company is our incredible employees in all areas of our business. Whether they are customer-facing or behind-the-scenes, MGroup™ would not be who we are today without them. One of those behind-the-scenes staff is Kendra Mobley, Accountant.
H. Speer (Bo) Burdette IV has been named the new President & CEO of MGroup™, succeeding H. David Murray who led the company for the past 20 years. Murray has moved to Chairman of the Board of Directors of MFLGH, Inc., the parent company of MGroup™. Bo will also Chair the Management Committee.
Yes, really, every hotel needs rugs! Not only do they provide design appeal, but they offer some incredible benefits. This one element does so much more for a space and you should really know its benefits before your next hotel project.
If you are one of many people facing the challenge of designing a space, we are here to help you. There are so many decisions to be made when designing an area, whether it’s a lobby, guestroom or living room, and choosing flooring is easily the most important. It needs to bring your design together while being durable and comfortable. Let’s consider why QuietLok® LVT is essential in your design.
Choosing the right countertop is one of the most important details in designing a hotel bathroom or kitchen, and with all the options available, it can become a difficult decision. We want to help you narrow down your choices. Here are four common types of stone and solid surfaces and essential information about each type.
Solenal GmbH, a leader in virus and bacteria solutions, has announced the formation of Solenal Americas®, a US based company that will focus on providing innovative products and services to the North American market, including the USA, Canada, the Caribbean and Mexico.
In order for the hospitality and cruise line markets - really all markets - to survive and return to some level of normalcy, people need to feel safe and secure. This is job #1. – Our collective future hangs on this premise.