Abuja (Sundiata Post) – As players in the hospitality industry desire to soar higher in the air of performance, key leaders have taken to placing the right minds in the best of strategic positions, to perform. Millennium Hotels & Resorts”MEA, one of the fastest growing regional hotel management companies in the Middle East & Africa according to October 2019 report issued by STR, formerly known as”Smith”Travel Research, is pleased to announce the promotion of Mohanad AlHuniti to VP Technical Services.
AlHuniti will be directly reporting to Kevork Deldelian,Chief Executive Officer of Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA. AlHuniti joined Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA in June 2015 as director of technical services. Prior to that, he had accepted many senior assignments such as “Engineering Director” at Hyatt International Hotels Corporations and “Operations and Design Manager” at Environmental Engineering Consultant EEC. He holds a”B.Sc”in mechanical engineering from the Hashemaite University in Jordan and masters numerous skills and expertise.
Orchestrating a wide range of responsibilities, AlHuniti will be in charge of all technical related strategies in terms of planning, implementing, testing and maintaining the consistency of standards across all properties of Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA. Commenting on his promotion, Mohanad AlHuniti, said, “I would like to extend my deep thanks to the executive management of Millennium Hotels and Resorts for trusting this tremendous responsibility to me.
Alongside my colleagues in technical, design and operation’s team, we will keep the evolving process up to support the growth of the company with the amazing projects pipeline we have with valuable owners in the region.
”Kevork Deldelian, Chief Executive Officer of Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA, said, “AlHuniti has proven himself reliable and up to the responsibility entrusted to him throughout 5years of continuous service. We at Millennium Hotels and Resorts are excited to witness his new accomplishments; we wish him all the best in his career.”