LCI Congress 2017: How to Keep Project Housing Lean

LCI Congress 2017: How to Keep Project Housing Lean

Last week, the Travelers Haven and Hotel Engine team attended the Lean Construction Institute Annual Congress in Anaheim, California. This five-day event brought together the industry’s innovators to share their successful projects and tips to improve project design and building performance. Our team was thrilled to show how Travelers Haven and Hotel Engine can directly

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October 24, 2017 0

Four Tips to Minimize Temporary Housing Costs

Four Tips to Minimize Temporary Housing Costs

When you work with Travelers Haven, we already know you’re committed to lowering business travel costs without sacrificing quality. But there are additional ways to further minimize costs within your control. Here are some of our tried and tested tips to reign in temporary housing and business travel costs. Use temporary housing instead of hotels

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April 25, 2017 0

Corporate Housing Trends for 2017 and Beyond

Corporate Housing Trends for 2017 and Beyond

Now that we’re well into 2017, we’re starting to map out the corporate housing market’s growing momentum from the latest annual reports and industry forecasts. According to the Corporate Housing Providers Association (CHPA) 2017 Industry Report, the corporate travel market saw steady growth across a variety of metrics. The industry’s total revenue grew to $3.2

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April 14, 2017 0

The Top 5 Winter Cities for Travel Nurses

The Top 5 Winter Cities for Travel Nurses

Ready for your next travel assignment—but unsure of where to go this winter? For travel nurses and other short-term professionals, the winter months are associated with shorter days and inclement weather. However, despite the stereotypes, it’s still entirely possible to find an ideal workplace to fit your preference. From snowy ski towns to beach-side cities,

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December 9, 2016 0

The True Benefits of Outsourced Housing

The True Benefits of Outsourced Housing

In the past, companies with relocation needs often handled the jobs themselves. Generally, an employee submitted several moving appraisals, HR selected the vendor, and the employee was later reimbursed. While this process was relatively uncomplicated, it generally only encompassed between 25 and 50 relocations per year. These days, however, the niche for short-term housing has

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November 3, 2016 0